Roshka DeWulf & Patten, a Phoenix-based law firm representing clients in complex litigation and regulatory issues, is pleased to announce founding member Paul Roshka has been appointed to the board of directors for Southwest Human Development, Arizona’s largest nonprofit dedicated to early childhood development.
As a member of the board, Roshka will serve a minimum three-year term, helping to set policy and oversee the general well being of Southwest Human Development. The organization provides comprehensive and innovative early childhood services to more than 135,000 children and their families each year.
“We are thrilled to have a person of Paul’s professional standing and reputation join our board,” said Ginger Ward, founder and CEO, Southwest Human Development. “His passion, business acumen and long-term commitment to serving children will make an enormous contribution to our organization.”
Roshka previously served as chairman of the board for several local children’s organizations, including Phoenix Children’s Hospital, Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation, Phoenix Suns Charities Board of Trustees, Children’s Cancer Center, among others.
“My work on behalf of children is among the most important of my life’s endeavors,” said Roshka.
“Making a difference for kids here in Arizona has become a huge focus in my life, and nothing fulfills me more than supporting organizations like Southwest Human Development that provide such an invaluable service to local families.”
Over the course of his 40-year law career, Roshka has earned a reputation as a top attorney in Arizona. With a background in commercial litigation, he recently opened a mediation practice focusing on securities and general business matters. He is consistently recognized for his legal expertise by Super Lawyers, Arizona’s Finest Lawyers and The Best Lawyers in America®, and he has carried an AV Preeminent Rating from Martindale-Hubbell for 20 years.