Con Hogan

Cornelius "Con" Hogan (Plainfield, VT) is recognized nationally for his work in public and human service, including engagements with the Annie E. Casey and Robert Wood Johnson foundations and the National Center for Children in poverty.

Con has been a director of Fletcher Allen Health Care and secretary of Vermont's Agency of Human Services. He is a graduate of Rutgers University, holds a master's degree from the University of Pennsylvania and was awarded honorary doctorate degrees from the University of Vermont and Green Mountain College. He also serves as a director for the Permanent Fund for Vermont Children.