Aaron Muth, Chief Executive Officer
Aaron Muth

As the founder and CEO of Arizona Leadership Foundation (ALF) Aaron Muth brings his passion for fundraising to this worthy endeavor.   In 2011, Aaron, an alumnus of St. Mary’s High School in Phoenix, started working with the school in development to help them raise additional scholarship support.   When an overwhelming amount of corporate support for the program came in, it created what is now Arizona Leadership Foundation by having enough funding to help other schools with student scholarships.  In the years since the Foundation’s inception, it has grown to over $20 million dollars in annual contributions.   Since 2011, ALF has awarded over $60 million in scholarships to low income and disabled/displaced students across Arizona at 175 different schools.

Aaron is responsible for all day-to-day management decisions and creating Arizona Leadership Foundation’s long and short-term planning goals.  He serves as the liaison between the Foundation’s board and management.  He works directly with the corporate partners across the country.

Aaron grew up in Arizona and graduated in 2005 from Fort Hays State in Hays, Kansas with a BS in Business Leadership and went on to get a Master in Business Administration at the University of Dallas in 2009.  Aaron with his wife Ariana, who serves as the Vice President of Arizona Leadership Foundation.  In this role, she who works as a school and donor liaison for the Foundation.  They have two children, Gabriella who is five and attends Horseshoe Trails in Cave Creek and Dalton who is two years old.  In addition to spending time with this family, Aaron serves on the Fiesta Bowl Committee.


Contact Information:
Phone (602) 525-7355
Fax (855) 340-9399
[email protected]


A School Tuition Organization cannot award, restrict, or reserve scholarships solely on the basis of a donor’s recommendation. A taxpayer may not claim a tax credit if the taxpayer agrees to swap donations with another taxpayer to benefit either taxpayer’s own dependent. (A.R.S. 43-1089)