Meet Your Neighbor: Quale volunteers on Scottsdale Library Board

Teresa Kim Quale (submitted photo)

Name: Teresa Kim Quale

Where I live: Buenavante subdivision – Cactus & Hayden

When & why I moved here: In the 1960s, with my parents.

What I like most about living here: Quality of life and the beautiful of our city

Activities I enjoy: cultural events, festivals, walking, hiking

Clubs/organizations I’m involved in: City of Scottsdale Library Board

My favorite charity or volunteer activity and why it deserves support from others? Working on behalf of the Scottsdale Public Library

My No. 1 suggestion to new residents looking for ways to get involved in their community: Participate in Scottsdale – Go to events, discussion at the library and community centers.  Take a class sponsored by the City’s Community Services.

What one thing would you like to see changed in Scottsdale? – Do away with Library fines so that everyone will be able to use, whatever their socio-economic means.

My family: Husband Mark

What I do: Executive Director of independent insurance agency – Sonoran National Insurance Group

People who are an inspiration to me: Paul Messinger – long-time Scottsdale resident that has done so much for our city.

My advice to today’s youth: Read, Read & Read! Learn as much as you can about everything!

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