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Adam Lopez Falk

Senior Community Impact Officer, Discretionary Grantmaking

Adam Lopez Falk is a Senior Community Impact Officer, Discretionary Grantmaking for the Arizona Community Foundation. In his role, he will oversee the program spending budget and discretionary grantmaking, collaborate across strategic and priority funding areas, and continue to engage communities across the state to inform our work. He was promoted to his current role in April 2024, having previously served as a Community Program Officer.

Prior to ACF, Adam served as Director of Leadership and New Donor Acquisition for Valle del Sol, an Arizona based community health center located in Phoenix, overseeing the operations for Arizona’s largest Latino-focused leadership development program, the Hispanic Leadership Institute. A fifth generation Arizonan, Adam also served for 12 years as a publicly elected member of the Governing Board of the Alhambra Elementary School District in West Phoenix, where he focused his work on education equity and community development. He currently serves as a member of the Board of Directors for the US-Mexico Border Philanthropy Partnership, the CALA Alliance, the Cowtown S.K.A.T.E Foundation and as a Young Talent Advisor for the Center for the Future of Arizona.