Timothy L. Hogen, who is now affiliated with Goodale Associates, established his own consultancy in 1980 to provide fund-raising services to nonprofit organizations. Over the past 25 years, HOGEN Associates has provided a variety of development services to over 90 independent schools across the country. Mr. Hogen has also served as development counsel to a number of other organizations in the areas of social service, culture, and religion. He and Toni Goodale undertook campaigns together for St. Mark’s School - Rowland Hall, and the Hastings Institute.
HOGEN Associates specializes in the design and management of capital campaigns, and it has helped raise over $1,000,000,000 for client organizations. Mr. Hogen 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 that have proven to be an invaluable part of the campaign planning process. He has also trained over 1,000 volunteers to be solicitors in capital campaigns across the country.
Before he began his business, Mr. Hogen spent three years as the Associate Director of Philips Academy’s $50,000,000 Bicentennial Campaign. He was the staff director responsible for major gifts and had initial responsibility for establishing a campaign field organization that developed into a network of 2,500 volunteers.
Mr. Hogen has more than 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 a United States Senator. He has held both appointed and elected positions at the state and local levels, and he has been active in the management of political campaigns at all levels of government.
Mr. Hogen has served as a trustee of World Education, the Farmington River Watershed Association, the Monroe Free Library, and Friends of Alta. He was the first Chairman of the Board of INFORM, a public interest research organization, and was a director of the Andover-Abbot Alumni Association of New York.
Mr. Hogen was educated at Phillips Academy and Yale University where he majored in Russian Studies.