North Central resident Brad Vynalek, a partner in the Phoenix law office of Quarles & Bradley LLP, has been appointed to the Regional Board for Teach for America–Phoenix. The nonprofit organization recruits top college graduates and professionals and prepares them to teach in urban and rural public schools, where they work for at least two years alongside other faculty to make a meaningful difference for their students.
In the community, Vynalek served as a longtime board member and is a recent past-chair of Make-A-Wish Arizona. He is currently on the board of directors for the Greater Phoenix Economic Council. He has also provided pro bono services for the Volunteer Lawyers Program, Wills for Heroes, and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
Vynalek is a past recipient of the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law Distinguished Alumnus Award.