Aimee Graves: Community Service Recognition

As the CEO of The Haven, Aimee Graves: Community Service Recognition was a perfect fit.  is a nonprofit professional who selflessly invests in emerging leaders through her volunteer work with Community Foundation for Southern Arizona’s Center for Healthy Nonprofits. She imparts lessons learned, and offers expert guidance. Her legacy of generosity inspires a mentorship pathway for nonprofit leaders today and into the future. Supporting her peers through volunteerism is what makes Aimee a stand out.

Aimee engages in community volunteerism serving on advisory boards for the University of Arizona’s Southwest Institute for Research on Women and the Frances McClelland Institute. She previously co-chaired Women United for UWTSA, and is a member of the Rotary Club of Tucson. Graves is a graduate of Greater Tucson Leadership, Class of 2019.

Her Day Job

She joined The Haven in February 2022 as their Executive Director, bringing over 15 years of executive-level positions and a career spanning over 23 years in organizations serving people recovering from addiction and mental health disorders. Her experience encompasses a broad range of prevention, early intervention and treatment services for children, adolescents, adults, and families.

Sponsor Recognitions

The annual SAVMA Awards provide sponsor benefit to recognize volunteers like Aimee Graves with a Community Service Recognition. Recognitions and awards draw strategic attention to the essential work of volunteers and the profession of volunteer program management.

The Community Foundation for Southern Arizona connects donors to the causes they care about, serving as a vital link between philanthropy, and the community’s needs. As a sponsor of the SAVMA Awards 2024, they strengthen the entire Volunteer engagment community. Read more about their strategic plan here. 

Community Foundation for Southern Arizona