The Arizona Center for Disability Law (ACDL) honored Tim Hogan, the Center’s former Executive Director, at the organization’s 25th Anniversary Event.
During Tim’s tenure with ACLPI, he promoted equal access to health care, protected the state’s valuable resources and fought for adequate funding for all of Arizona’s public schools. ACLPI’s vision for a just and equitable future for all Arizonans aligns with ACDL’s unceasing work to protect and advance the rights of those with disabilities.
“Tim was – and is – an invaluable leader and truly positioned the Center to become the force it is today,” says Danny Adelman, ACLPI’s current Executive Director. “We’re proud of his ongoing accomplishments and grateful to ACDL for their recognition of Tim’s work in Arizona.”
In addition, Tim received a personal letter from Arizona’s Senator Kyrsten Sinema in celebration of this honor as well as Tim’s long career in public interest law.
“I want to take a moment to honor the executive, community leader, and advocate you are to so many in our state,” the letter stated. “Your leadership on values critical to Arizona families, including your time at [ACLPI], has improved countless lives. Most importantly, you are a great friend that has done, and continues to do, so much for Arizona.”
In February 2018, after 26 years at the helm, Tim stepped down from his role as Executive Director of ACLPI. However, Tim continues to be involved in the Center’s work in support of clean energy and lower utility rates for Arizona consumers.