Carolyn Warner is an incredible presence in the community of Democrats in Arizona. Born in Oklahoma to a political family, Carolyn attended the inauguration of President Harry S. Truman as youth representative and danced with the President at his Inaugural Ball. After moving to Arizona, Carolyn became active in its Democratic Party. Elected Superintendent of Public Instruction in 1974 and served for twelve years, Carolyn was the first woman Democratic candidate for Governor in 1986. Involved in many local organizations including Arizona Women’s Forum and EMERGE, mother of six and CEO of her own firm, Carolyn is a leader in public policy, education reform and never stops her fight to make Arizona a better state.