Dr. Art Hogling is a former special educator, psychologist, school principal and developmental disabilities program director. Recently he retired as executive director of Developmental Disabilities Resource Center (DDRC). He has degrees from Drake University, Kent State University and University of Colorado. In addition, he undertook graduate level certification programs in school administration and managed health care from University of Denver.
Dr. Hogling has been selected for numerous boards, commissions and legislative committees, including having been appointed to the State Board of Human Services by both Gov. Bill Owens and Gov. Bill Ritter. He has won numerous awards; William Funk Award for Building Stronger Communities, Arc Mack Award, Jane Cavode Award and Unsung Hero Award, to name a few. Colorado’s governor named a state day in his honor and Art is a fellow of American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.
Dr. Hogling is an affiliate professor at Regis University School of Nonprofit Management where he was honored with the Excellence in Teaching Award and is an honorarium faculty member at University of Colorado. He has published on the topics of human rights, ethics and nonprofit management.