President and Executive DirectorScot Mussi is President of the Arizona Free Enterprise Club, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting economic prosperity and a strong and vibrant Arizona economy. Since it’s formation in 2005, the Club has achieved several policy victories on behalf of taxpayers and job creators, including substantial income tax cuts, a rollback of burdensome regulations and protections of our property rights and free speech.
Mr. Mussi joined the Free Enterprise Club in 2013, and was named President a year later. Prior to joining the Club, Scot worked for the Home Builders Association of Central Arizona and founded Reliant Consulting, a political consulting firm.
Scot is an Arizona native and graduated from Arizona State University in 2004.
Director of Communications and Government AffairsAimee Rigler is a native-born Arizonan who grew up in Tempe and Gilbert, Arizona. She is a graduate of Arizona State University, W.P Carey School of Business with a degree in Business Communications. She also received a four-year degree from a non-accredited school The Objectivist Academic Center, located in Irvine, California.
From 2006 to 2011, she and her mother owned and operated a local small business retail gift store in Gilbert. After enduring many market and regulatory challenges, the two of them started an organization in 2009 called the Gilbert Small Business Alliance to assist other small businesses with similar challenges.
From 2009 – 2015 the Small Business Alliance grew to over 600 members and helped dozens of small businesses navigate regulatory obstacles.
In 2014 Aimee left the Small Business Alliance to work from County Supervisor Denny Barney where she did constituent services for his office at Maricopa County.
In 2015 Aimee was given the opportunity to work for the Arizona Free Enterprise Club to help craft and promote good pubic policy at the state level. Aimee active in her community – she is the Vice President of the Western Veterans Vitorial, a non-profit that serves the veterans community. The organization is also building a 7.7 acre park that will serve as a living memorial, education center, and resource center for veterans and the community. She also serves of the Town Council for the Town of Gilbert.
Aimee built a home in Gilbert in 2015 where she lives with her husband and step daughter. She has three amazing nieces and loves to spend time with her family, read, hike, and meal prep in here free time!