Team InMaricopa

Scott Bartle
InMaricopa's publisher began his career in sports marketing, producing and marketing Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) Tour events in Indianapolis and Scottsdale. He served as Marketing Coordinator for the Super Bowl XXX Host Committee prior to joining the Maricopa County Sports Commission where he spent four years as its Assistant Executive Director. Since 2000 Scott has served as President of Outside the Box Marketing, Inc.

Scott serves on the Maricopa Unified School District Governing Board and is a member of the Knights of Columbus, IU Alumni Club of Phoenix, Project CENTRL, Sigma Chi Fraternity and Valley Leadership. A graduate of Indiana University, Scott is a native Hoosier and has lived in the Phoenix area since 1977 and in Maricopa since 2004.


Kathy Debevec
Operations Coordinator 
Kathy is a native of Illinois who moved to Arizona in 1995. She and her husband, Tony, moved to Maricopa from Ahwatukee in 2004. High school sweethearts, the pair has four daughters and nine grandchildren.

Giving back to the community is an important part of Kathy’s life. She is a Friend of the Library and served as chairman of the fundraising project, “Home Cookin’ from Maricopa,” the first published cookbook from Maricopa. Kathy is also a poll worker for the Pinal County Elections Department, she loves to read, sew and has a passion for cooking. Her work background includes 10 years in administrative assistance and eight years as a real estate broker.

Kathy enjoys returning to Illinois and visits with extended family and lifetime friends. Her dream for Maricopa is that, in spite of the growth we will experience, neighbors will still continue to care for one another, keeping the small town atmosphere.


Kimberly Myers
Operations Administrator 
Kim is a native Texan but in 2003 she made the move to Northern Arizona.  She and her family moved to Maricopa in 2012.  Kim brings to our team 15 years of experience in operations administration and business management. She has held several volunteer positions and is excited to become an active member of the Maricopa Community.

Kim is a proud Mother and wife and when not hard at work, she has many hobbies including crocheting, quilting, or just relaxing with the family.



Angelina Havermahl
Client Loyalty Coordinator 
Originally from Minnesota, Angelina moved to Arizona in 2004.  She graduated from Universtiy of Phoenix in 2011 with a Bachelor's Degree in Marketing.  After two years with an international relocation managment company, Angelina came to work as a Client Loyalty Coordinator with InMaricopa in 2014. 

In her spare time Angelina enjoys kayaking, camping, hiking and spending time with her husband and two mischievous cats.



Christia Gibbons
Christia Gibbons is a longtime Valley reporter and editor who has worked at The Arizona Republic, the East Valley Tribune and the Phoenix Business Journal. She got her start in her native Tucson on The Arizona Daily Star.

She and her husband Tom did a 10-year stint in Southern California as editors on several newspapers.

Christia teaches reporting at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Communications.

Kyle Daly
Kyle moved to Arizona in March 2013 after spending more than a year working for a newspaper in Appleton, Wisconsin. He graduated from Arizona State University in 2011 with a Bachelor’s degree in journalism. He’s held internships at the The Arizona Republic and The Orange County Register (CA). He was also Managing Editor of ASU’s student newspaper. 
Kyle is originally from Southern California where most his family lives. In his spare time, he enjoys running, hiking, reading and tweeting. 




Kathleen Stinson
Kathleen Is an experienced news reporter who has written for several dailies, including the Santa Barbara News-Press and The Arizona Republic.  As a regular freelance writer for The Arizona Republic from 2011 to 2013, she covered municipal government in Queen Creek and the Queen Creek Unified School District.

She is originally from California, but has reported in Colorado and Arizona  for several years.  From 2007-2008, she covered courts for the Santa Barbara News-Press.  



Dick Barkley
Business Consultant
Dick is a veteran of more than 30 years in corporate America and utilizes his organizational development background to add value to the efforts of those at InMaricopa.

Dick is a Vietnam veteran and holds a sociology/psychology degree from Pacific University. He and his late wife, Andrea, moved to Arizona in 2006 after spending more than 30 years in the Pacific Northwest because they enjoyed the relaxed lifestyle and the weather the Sonoran Desert offers.

While living in Oregon and prior to coming to InMaricopa, Barkley co-founded the Museum Tour Catalog and had stints with catalog companies and an RV dealership, serving as an internal change agent.



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