The State Society of Arizona is a nonprofit, nonpartisan social organization that serves Arizonans and friends of the Grand Canyon State in the National Capital Region by creating opportunities to network as well as fostering a spirit of camaraderie among those who appreciate all that Arizona has to offer.

State Society of Arizona Board of Directors:

President: Austin Kennedy
Vice President: Russell Smoldon
Treasurer: Lyn Harry White
Secretary: Casey Ratlief
Member at Large: Chase Kassel
Member at Large: Annie Mooney
Member at Large: Ryan Serote
Member at Large: Michael Wong

Arizona’s Congressional Delegation:

Congressman Tom O’Halleran, District 1
Congresswomen Ann Kirkpatrick, District 2
Congressman Raúl Grijalva, District 3
Congressman Paul Gosar, District 4
Congressman Andy Biggs, District 5
Congressman David Schweikert, District 6
Congressman Ruben Gallego, District 7
Congresswoman Debbie Lesko, District 8
Congressman Greg Stanton, District 9

State Society of Arizona Honorary Members:

Senator Jon Kyl (1995-2013, 2018) / Senator Jeff Flake (2001-2019) / Senator Dennis DeConcini (1977-1995) / Congressman Ron Barber (2012-2015) / Congressman John Bertrand Conlan (1973-1977) / Congressman Sam Coppersmith (1993-1995) / Congresswoman Karan English (1993-1995) / Congressman Trent Franks 2003-2017) / Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords (2007-2012) / Congressman J.D. Hayworth (1995-2007) / Congressman Jim Kolbe (1985-2007) / Congressman Harry Mitchell (2007-2011) / Congressman Ben Quayle (2011-2013) / Congressman Rick Renzi (2003-2009) / Congressman Matt Salmon (1995-2001,2013-2017) / Congressman John Shadegg (1995-2011)

In Remembrance: Senator John McCain, Congressman Ed Pastor, Senator Barry Goldwater, Senator Henry Ashurst, Senator Paul Fannin, Senator Ernest McFarland, Congressman Carl Hayden, Congressman Lewis Douglas, Congresswoman Isabella Greenway, Congressman John Murdock, Congressman Richard Harless, Congressman Harold Patten, Congressman Stewart Udall, Congressman Mo Udall, Congressman John J. Rhodes, Congressman Sam Steiger, Congressman Bob Stump, Congressman Eldon Rudd, Congressman Francis McNulty, Jr., Congressman Jay Rhodes