“We are thrilled to honor Rep. McCune Davis for her longtime commitment to children and families through her service at the legislature and the Arizona Partnership for Immunization,” said Dana Wolfe Naimark, president and CEO of Children’s Action Alliance.
The Jacque Steiner Public Leadership Award for Children, in memory of the late state Sen. Jacque Steiner, is given to a public official who, through tenacious and courageous leadership, improves the lives and life chances of
McCune Davis will accept the Steiner award at Children’s Action Alliance’s awards luncheon on Friday, Oct. 14 at 11:30 a.m. at the Wyndham at
McCune Davis also was nationally recognized this week with the Every Child By Two’s Immunization Champion Award for her efforts to immunize all
McCune Davis, who has served 24 years as a state lawmaker, received the Every Child By Two’s award Tuesday in
“Ms. McCune Davis made it her mission to be a champion for immunizations for all
“I am incredibly grateful and honored to receive both the Jacque Steiner award and the Every Child By Two’s champion award,” McCune Davis said. “I work hard every day at the capitol to fight for kids and their chance to have a bright future even during tough times and massive budget cuts. It’s important that every child receives quality medical care and vaccines as well as an enriching education.”
McCune Davis, program director of the Arizona Partnership for Immunization (TAPI), has been influential in promoting immunization and preventive health services for all Arizonans through her work at TAPI. She has been on the ground floor of creating a statewide registry for tracking immunizations of children and adults.