Munds Park, Arizona 86017, United States
|| December 13, 1955
Dec 30, 2011 03:07pm
|Info||Trade Association Executive Director & Anti-Tax Activist |
An Arizona resident since 1979, Sydney Hay was born and raised in a small town in Colorado. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from Kansas Newman College with a Bachelor of Science degree in Education. She spent the next several years teaching elementary and high school students, both in Kansas and in Arizona. In 1982, she became a full-time Mom, while running a part time fitness business from home.
It was during the Reagan revolution that Sydney was inspired to become involved in public policy, concerned about the cultural decline in America and the continual loss of individual liberties. She became a skilled political organizer and an association management executive. She has been an indefatigable fighter for the citizens of Arizona ever since.
She has served for the past eight years as Executive Director of AMIGOS (Arizona Mining and Industry Get Our Support), a trade association of the small to mid-size businesses that supply Arizona's vital copper mining industry. Sydney is the President of her own public affairs and association management firm.
A conservative voice for 4 years on Arizona airwaves
Since 1997 Sydney has hosted a daily radio talk show giving her opportunity to both talk to and listen to the people of Arizona, discussing their views on public policy. She has also published a number of opinion pieces/editorials and has appeared on local and national radio and television programs. A popular public speaker, Sydney has spoken at conferences across the country.
Her youngest child, Andrew, is now attending the University of Arizona and her daughter Sarah is the proud mother of Sydney's three grandchildren. Sydney lives with her husband Dan, two dogs and a lovable old Quarter Horse named Earl.
Grandson Andrew riding the lovable old Quarter Horse, Earl.
Sydney serves on the Board of Directors of:
Small Business Survival Committee
Americans for Military Readiness
The Goldwater Institute
AMIGOS (Arizona Mining and Industry Get Our Support), Executive Director
Associated Equipment Distributors of Arizona, Executive Director
Arizona Republican Assembly, National Committeewoman