Local attorney named to Children’s Museum of Phoenix board

Fennemore Craig has announced Stephanie Tribe, an attorney in the firm’s Phoenix office, has been elected to the Children’s Museum of Phoenix Board of Directors.

Children's Museum of Phoenix

Stephanie Tribe

She replaces Susan Wissink, chair of the firm’s business and finance practice group, who previously served as a board member for nine years.

“All of our people are encouraged to be actively involved in the communities we serve,” said Steve Good, managing partner of Fennemore Craig.

“We congratulate Stephanie on her recent appointment to the board of directors of the Children’s Museum of Phoenix, and we are proud of her dedication to a valuable organization and worthwhile cause.”

Ms. Tribe focuses her practice in estate planning, taxation, and probate. She works with clients to prepare comprehensive estate plans, including drafting wills, trusts, powers of attorney, health care directives, premarital agreements, and related documents.

Ms. Tribe earned her J.D. from the University of Utah and her B.A. from Brigham Young University. She has been listed Southwest Rising Stars since 2012.

Founded in 1998, the Children’s Museum of Phoenix’s mission is to engage the minds, muscles and imaginations of children and the grown-ups who care about them. With hands-on, interactive exhibits designed for children ages birth to 10, the museum focuses on learning through play, with an emphasis on early childhood education and school-readiness.

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