Rose Winkeler

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    Rose Winkeler

    Rose Winkeler is the Senior Civil Deputy County Attorney for the Coconino County Attorney’s Office in Flagstaff, Arizona. She leads the Civil Division, which represents the County Board of Supervisors, County Elected Officials and the many departments of the County as well as many special districts. She primarily practices in employment law, elections, and public contracts. She completed the Flinn Brown Civic Leadership program in 2018 and continues to volunteer with the Flinn Foundation. She has also volunteered with The Literacy Center of Coconino County and Girls on the Run of Northern Arizona. On the weekends, you’ll find her running or hiking on the trails in and around Flagstaff.

    Rose Winkeler is the Senior Civil Deputy County Attorney for the Coconino County Attorney’s Office in Flagstaff, Arizona.
    2016-09-19
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    2021-09-20

Senior Civil Deputy County Attorney, Coconino County, Ariz.

Rose Winkeler is the Senior Civil Deputy County Attorney for the Coconino County Attorney’s Office in Flagstaff, Arizona. She leads the Civil Division, which represents the County Board of Supervisors, County Elected Officials and the many departments of the County as well as many special districts. She primarily practices in employment law, elections, and public contracts. She completed the Flinn Brown Civic Leadership program in 2018 and continues to volunteer with the Flinn Foundation. She has also volunteered with The Literacy Center of Coconino County and Girls on the Run of Northern Arizona. On the weekends, you’ll find her running or hiking on the trails in and around Flagstaff.

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    Imagine you are hiking the Grand Canyon.  You have just hiked down one mile, to meet the river that created this canyon and cut through rock formed over two billion years ago.  This natural wonder is rich in geology, ecology, history and culture.  As you approach your destination, either the campground or Phantom Ranch Lodge, you
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    Speak Up, Listen up: Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

    Over the last several weeks, it feels like each time you turn on the television or radio, read a newspaper or visit a website, there is a new sexual harassment claim. While the stories coming out of Hollywood and Washington D.C.
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    From Fear to Empowerment Active Shooter Training Leads the Way

    Most of us cover fire drills and emergency procedures as part of new employee orientation.  We explain how to report a workplace injury, how to dial 911 from an office desk phone.  How to avoid slips, trips and falls.  How to use protective equipment.  These trainings and practices ensure OSHA compliance, keep employees safe,

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