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AACJ's Organization

AACJ’s Board of Governors is responsible for the policy decisions that determine the current and future direction of the organization. Board members also serve as liaison to members in their communities and assist in recruiting new members. The Board meets on the second Wednesday of every month by teleconference. Members are welcome and encouraged to attend.

The business of AACJ is carried on the Executive Committee, the Executive Director, the permanent committees, various ad hoc committees that may be established from time-to-time and member volunteers. The Executive Committee is composed of five officers (voting members) and the chairs of the permanent committees (non-voting members).

AACJ 2017 Officers

President

President-Elect

Secretary

Treasurer

Past President

Past President

AACJ 2017 Board of Governors

Maricopa County

Pima County

Maricopa County

Pima County Public Defender

Maricopa County Public Defender

Pima County

La Paz County

Coconino County

Maricopa County

Federal Public Defender

Graham/Greenlee Counties

Yavapai County

Maricopa County


Pima County

Pinal County

Yuma County

Maricopa County

Mohave County

Maricopa County

Cochise County

Apache/Navajo Counties

Executive Director

Executive Committee

Officers

President -  Amy Kalman

President-Elect - Craig Rosenstein

Secretary - Adam Bleier

Treasurer - Mikel Steinfeld

Immediate Past-President - John Sears

Chairs of Permanent Committees

Amicus Committee – Mikel Steinfeld and David Euchner

Seminar Committee – Gary Kula and Emily Downs

Legislative Committee – Kathleen Brody and Craig Rosenstein

Membership Committee – Kathy Field and David Fuller

Communications Committee – Adam Bleier

Indigent & Capital Representation Committee – John Canby and Louis Fidel



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