Timothy Hogen has spent the past three decades providing a variety of development services to over 90 independent schools across the country. Established in 1980, his firm, Hogen Associates, specializes in the design and management of capital campaigns which have raised over $1,000,000,000 for the client organizations. Tim has conducted over 100 feasibility studies nationwide which have involved over 4,000 interviews with major gift prospects. He has managed a number of trustee retreats which have proven to be an invaluable part of the campaign planning process. He has trained over 1,000 volunteers to be solicitors in capital campaigns across the country. Before he began his business, Tim spent three years as the Associate Director of Philips Academy’s $50,000,000 Bicentennial Campaign.

Tim has had over a decade of experience in public service.  He spent six years on the staff of a federal agency and two years as a special assistant to Senator Robert F. Kennedy. He has been active in the management of political campaigns at all levels of government. He has held both appointed and elected positions at the state and local levels. He has been a trustee of World Education, the Farmington River Watershed organization, and was a Director of the Andover-Abbot Alumni Association of New York.

Association, the Monroe Free Library, and Friends of Alta.  He was the first Chairman of the Board of INFORM, a public interest research.

Tim was educated at Phillips Academy and majored in Russian studies at Yale. Tim serves as Chair of the Development Committee and is a member of the ATA Working Group.