Thinkzilla Consulting celebrated the grand opening of its new SkySong office Friday, October 23, 2021, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Arizona State University SkySong Innovation Center
Dr. Velma Trayham, CEO of Thinkzilla was received with open arms by local political and community luminaries including Scottsdale Mayor, David Ortega.
“Thinkzilla is an exciting addition to Greater Phoenix’s robust service and business sector that will help propel our innovation-centered economy forward and provide resources and knowledge to our growing minority-owned businesses population,” Scottsdale Mayor, David Ortega.
“Dr. Trayham’s company, Thinkzilla, as well as her entrepreneur accelerator program to support minority women as they scale their businesses, aligns with Scottsdale’s mission to support and attract businesses that promote diversity, equity, and inclusion.”
Other guest speakers include: Robin Reed, President, Black Chamber of Commerce, Cloves Campbell, Publisher Arizona Informant, Ashley D. Bell, Partner-Dentons Law firm, Alan “AP” Powell, CEO Herozona, Chris Camacho, CEO Greater Phoenix Economic Council, and Sharon Harper, CEO Plaza Companies
“We are pleased to welcome Thinkzilla to the SkySong family,” said Sharon Harper, chairman and CEO of Plaza Companies. “This is the kind of forward-thinking, innovative organization that will grow and thrive in the SkySong environment, and we are gratified they chose SkySong for their presence in the Phoenix area.” – Sharon Harper, CEO Plaza Companies
“Today was the manifestation of many hours of hard work, intention, and persistence. The universe and the community of Scottsdale conspired to ensure that Thinkzilla had a home here at Skysong and we are incredibly grateful.” – Thinkzilla CEO Dr. Velma Trayham.
With its mission to increase economic impact through cultural diversity, Thinkzilla helps organizations create a positive economic impact. Thinkzilla supports clients interested in addressing inequities and realizing growth through cultural diversity while impacting the local community. To learn more about ThinkZILLA visit ThinkzillaConsulting.com.