PHOENIX — The Governor’s Office of Youth, Faith and Family (GOYFF) is proud to announce and welcome Conrad Lindo as the agency’s new deputy director. Lindo succeeds Tonya Hamilton following her appointment to Director of the GOYFF by Governor Katie Hobbs in January 2023.
Lindo joins GOYFF with 31 years of experience working in the State of Arizona at the Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections, Pima County Juvenile Court Center, the Early Childhood and Health Board (First Things First), Maricopa County Department of Public Health, and Child & Family Resources, Inc.
“Conrad’s more than 30-year tenure working in the public sector has demonstrated his proven ability to work effectively and cooperatively across diverse socioeconomic, geographic, cultural, and educational backgrounds,” said Director Tonya Hamilton. “I am confident that his knowledge and expertise will support GOYFF’s efforts working to strengthen the health and safety of all Arizonans.”
Lindo is results-oriented, bilingual, and highly skilled in leading and facilitating collaborative efforts with local government leaders, tribal leaders, public and private entities, and faith-based organizations to support Arizona children and families.