Maricopa County, Arizona
Maricopa County Arizona
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Serving, educating and providing hope in our community
                                            Barbara A. Broderick 

s Chief Probation Officer for the Adult Probation Department for the Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County, Ms. Broderick serves in an ex-officio capacity as a non-voting member of the Board.  She is currently the President of the American Probation and Parole Association's Board of Directors.  She holds a Master's degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Albany
                                               Gary G. DuBrock

Born and raised in New Mexico, Gary received degrees in Economics and Finance from New Mexico State University.  Since 1991, he has represented the Phoenix office of Barron Collier Company, guiding it through a variety of complex transactions, including a three-way Federal land exchange and an Act of Congress among Arizona, Florida, and the Department of Interior.  Since 1979, Gary has held active Real Estate Broker's Licenses in Arizona and in New Mexico.
                                   Honorable Frank X. Gordon, Jr.

Justice Gordon was a Superior Court trial judge in Northern Arizona for many years, and then served as a Justice and as the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Arizona for over 17 years, until his retirement in 1992.  He is responsible for founding a number of literacy centers (which bear his name) and is currently involved in a number of community activities.
                                                  Louis Jacobo 

Mr. Jacobo is a Certified Public Accountant and a partner in the firm Jacobo, Licht & Hirte.  He serves as the RJRC Board's Treasurer, as well as being involved in a large number of community activities within the Hispanic community.
                                              W. Jeff Stephens

William "Jeff" Stephens is a Phoenix native and President of Searer, Robbins & Stephens, Inc., a local architecture and planning firm.  He has been active in the Architectural profession for over 30 years and is registered in 8 states.  A long-time member of the American Institute of Architects, he holds a National Council of Architectural Registration Board Registration.
                                                 Mark Stodola 
Mr. Stodola has worked for the Tempe Municipal Court since 2002, serving as Court Manager since 2006.  His previous work experience includes 18 years of service at the Maricopa County Adult Probation Department in Arizona.  He has taught at Judicial Conferences, the American Probation and Parole Association, the Arizona Courts Association, and has served as adjunct faculty at Mesa Community College and the University of Phoenix.  He is President of River of Dreams, a non-profit organization that provides outdoor activities for young adults with disabilities.
                                               David C. Tierney

Mr. Tierney is a litigator practicing primarily in Commercial Construction Law, as well as a mediator / arbitrator.  He has been a partner in the Scottsdale law firm of Sacks Tierney P.A. since 1974.  Mr. Tierney received his B.A. degree from Brandeis University and his J.D. degree from Harvard Law School.  Mr. Tierney has chaired and presented at numerous all-day continuing legal education programs for the Arizona State Bar and for the American Arbitration Association.
                                                    Alan Werner

A native of Chicago, Alan graduated in 1977 from Arizona State University.  He began his professional career as an IBM Systems Engineer with Electronic Data Systems in Dallas, Texas, later joining Control Data Corporation as a computer systems and services sales representative.  Currently, Alan is the Vice President of Sales and Marketing for the National Curriculum & Training Institute, Inc., a global training, education, curriculum development, and program delivery organization based in Phoenix, Arizona. 
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Ms. Hanley has been for many years at the head of the Tempe Community Council.  That Council directs large amounts of public monies into improvement projects throughout the City of Tempe.  Kate has worked for years with a number of the charitable corporations which do good works in the East Valley and she is familiar with trying to get the most done with the least in (available) budgeted funds, while facing a sea of societal needs.
Kate Hanley