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Angela Ducey

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Angela  Ducey

Angela Ducey became the first lady of Arizona when her husband, Governor Doug Ducey, was sworn in as governor on January 5, 2015.

A native of Arizona, Mrs. Ducey worked in sales management in the food service industry, including several large companies, before leaving the workforce to raise her children.

The first lady is involved with several charitable organizations and serves as a board member of Catholic Charities Community Services, notMYkid and Mother’s Grace. She is trained as a Court Appointed Special Advocate for Arizona’s foster children and in 2015, she was appointed to serve as chair of the Governor’s Council on Child Safety and Family Empowerment.

The Duceys met at Arizona State University and have been married for 26 years. They have three sons – Jack, Joe and Sam.