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Spencer Churchill

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Portrait of Spencer Churchill.

Spencer Churchill

Director of Itinerant and Transition Services

Spencer Churchill is the Director of Transition and Itinerant Services at FBC. Spencer believes all students deserve equitable access to education and employment. This is accomplished by equipping students with knowledge and confidence. This framework guides the programs supported by Spencer and his team: Itinerant TVI & OM Services, SHARP, Teen-to-Work, College Prep, Trailblazers, and SOAR. Spencer has been with FBC since 2015, and his favorite part of working at FBC is seeing the confidence gained from students. Whether it’s hiking the Grand Canyon, Sailing the Caribbean, or flying across the country, it’s these challenges that bring out the best of our students.

Spencer has a Bachelor’s degree in Business from Arizona State University and a Master’s degree in Special Education from the University of Arizona. An Arizona native, Spencer enjoys being outdoors, sports, and spending time with his family and friends.

Please feel free to reach out to me using the adjacent form.
Or, you are more than welcome to reach out to me directly:

Office: (602) 337-8253
Cell: (480)313-7527
Text: (480)313-7527

I look forward to connecting with you,

Spencer Churchill

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