Rene Gullen

Appointed to the ASRS Board in March 2017

Representation: Political Subdivisions


René Guillen was born and raised in Tucson, Arizona. He attended the University of Arizona where he graduated with a degree in Sociology with a minor in Criminology. René began working in politics in 2003 when he interned for the Arizona House of Representatives. He returned to work as research staff for the House in 2005. In 2010 he began working for the League of Arizona Cities and Towns and in 2011 he because their Legislative Director. In January of 2015 he became the Policy Advisor on Government and Transportation for Governor Doug Ducey. In the fall of 2017, he left the Ducey administration to join the Town of Gilbert to serve as their Director of Intergovernmental Relations. During his time working at or around the state capitol, René has worked a wide variety of issue including: HOAs, pension reform, illegal immigration, energy and water policy, transportation issues, deregulation, autonomous vehicles, occupational licensing, the sharing economy and local government issues.

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