Ed Rogan Chairs Committee for Children Board Published: May 2, 2008 SEATTLE—Ed Rogan has been elected chairman of the board for Committee for Children, a Seattle-based nonprofit that develops and publishes programs and curricula for children about social skills, bullying, and sexual abuse that are used all over the world. Mr. Rogan, who has been on the Committee for Children board for the past four years, is vice president and executive recruitment practice leader at Waldron & Company. He is responsible for leading all activities related to the firm’s retained executive recruitment practice, including project management, marketing, and business development. “Ed’s expertise in communications, business development and marketing, community relations, and policy development, among other areas, is invaluable to us as we continue to grow,” said Joan Cole Duffell, executive director. A nonprofit leader in the field of social-emotional learning, Committee for Children publishes Second Step: A Violence Prevention Curriculum and three other programs that advance the social, intellectual, and physical well-being of children. These evidence-based prevention programs reach more than 7 million children in 21 countries and 25,000 schools around the world.