Arizona: Governor Hobbs names David Lujan as Director of the Department of Child Safety

PHOENIX ~ Today, Governor Katie Hobbs has appointed David Lujan as the new director of the Arizona Department of Child Safety.

Lujan is a 25-year veteran in public policy, legal services, and education. He has served as an Assistant Attorney General, Legal Counsel for the Arizona Senate Judiciary Committee, and Chief Administrator for Arizona State University's Preparatory Academy in Phoenix. Lujan also earned his law degree at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at ASU.

Prior to his appointment, Lujan was President and CEO of Children's Action Alliance, a nonpartisan organization that works to ensure that all children and families in Arizona thrive. He was also a former member of the State Senate and House of Representatives.

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"I am honored to have this opportunity to serve Arizona families and work toward creating a more inclusive and equitable state that will benefit all of us," said Lujan.

Governor Hobbs expressed her confidence in Lujan's ability to lead the Department of Child Safety in a positive direction. "David has led a career of defending and building up communities here in Arizona so that families can have happy and successful lives," she said.

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