Curtis Gunn has spent part of the last month working with Angels at a higher level and bringing a focus on Tucson and Arizona. Gunn, chairman of the Desert Angels, began serving as a board member on the Angel Capital Association (ACA) board in July. The ACA is the national organization at the head of the 200 angel investing groups comprised of more than 8,000 individual angel investors. His election to the board marks the first Arizonan to serve on the national board.
As the first representative to the ACA board from Arizona, Gunn believes it will help spotlight opportunities and activities in Tucson and Arizona.