Since I came to the U.S. at the age of 5, I’ve lived the American Dream. My parents taught me that with hard work and a commitment to service, anything is possible. It was an honor to serve in the Navy with a tour of duty in Afghanistan. It’s inspiring to serve in the classroom as an educator at South Mountain Community College. It’s gratifying to run a small business. Now, I’m excited to challenge the status quo and fight for Phoenix families.
I’m running for Mayor of Phoenix because we deserve better than the status quo. For too long, political insiders have gamed the system at City Hall. All too often success is determined by who you know and the size of your checkbook – and hardworking Phoenicians are left without a champion.
I’m going to need your help and support. The political establishment and special interests are only looking out for themselves and they don’t want to see an outsider elected to leadership. This campaign won’t be perfect and it certainly won’t be easy - but it will be honest. Together, we can work to put Phoenix families first, not special interests.
Together, we will change the status quo in Phoenix.
As a child, Moses Sanchez migrated to the United States with his parents and infant sister from the Republic of Panama. A Navy veteran, Moses has served for 21 years and continues to serve in the reserves. He graduated from college with a B.S. in Business Management and a MBA. Moses and his wife, Arizona native Maria Manriquez M.D., live in Ahwatukee, a community of Phoenix.
Professionally, Moses is the Director of Operations at Nonnahs Marketing, an Arizona based digital marketing company that helps local businesses grow through targeted social media. In 2012, Moses Sanchez was elected to the Tempe Union High School District Governing Board. For almost 10 years Moses has been teaching courses such as Macro and Microeconomics at South Mountain Community College and continues to teach today.
Moses and Maria have three incredible adult children and three grandchildren. All three children graduated from Desert Vista High School and continued on to Arizona State University. Today, Moses continues serving our country as a U.S. Navy Reservist, service that includes a tour in Afghanistan.