PUBLISHED: 11:42 AM on Wednesday, September 21, 2005
Hogan named deputy health commissioner, Moline to direct senior & disabilities services
The Department of Health and Social Services announced two leadership changes. Bill Hogan will move into the deputy commissioner position Oct. 1, filling Karleen Jackson's position when she begins serving as DHSS commissioner. Rod Moline is now director of Senior and Disabilities Services.

Hogan has served as Behavioral Health Division director since 2003. Hogan's experience and education includes a stint as chief executive officer of Life Quest, a community mental health center located in Wasilla, Alaska. He is a social worker with experience as a clinician, supervisor and administrator. Hogan has a bachelor's degree in sociology from State University of New York, and a master of science in social work from West Virginia University.

Moline, who has served as DSDS acting director since June, gained professional experience in the area of human services including serving as executive director of REACH, Inc. for 15 years; working in Juneau as a special needs teacher; and in Texas as a director of programs that provided direction for the lives of homeless, neglected, dependent and pre-delinquent boys. Moline holds a doctorate in Administration and Management from Columbia Pacific University.