Kimberly Yee, Arizona State Treasurer: Understanding the Urgency of Sanctity of Life, School Choice, and Financial Literacy
Arizona State Treasurer Kimberly Yee's career is a career of "firsts". Yee is the first Asian American woman elected to the Arizona State Legislature. She is also the first Chinese American Republican woman to win a major statewide office in the history of the United States. But the "first" that Kimberly Yee prefers to talk about is the prudent reality that sound financial stewardship needs to be a first priority in our homes and in educating our children.
In today's second of two episodes featuring State Treasurer Yee, she gets candid and talks openly about the stories within her own life which served as the foundation for her deeply held positions on the sanctity of life, school choice, and financial literacy. For Yee, these are not simply position statements within a political platform. Rather, she understands, from personal experience, why Biblical worldview within in these areas is vital.
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