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The Commissioners - 2015

Joseph M. Hennelly, Jr., Clint Bolick, David L. Schultz, David M. Parker, Michael G. Sanders

Biographies of the Commissioners

DALE L. SCHULTZ - Chairman

Dale graduated from Arizona State University with a Bachelor of Science in Management and started his business career at the Industrial Commission of Arizona. He has over 40 years of experience in risk and quality management related positions. He has worked for an insurance company and two multi-state integrated health systems as an insurance broker and as a regulator. Dale has been responsible for self-insured workers’ compensation programs, including funding, claims administration, and injury prevention, including life safety, environmental, radiation, and construction safety, as well as emergency management and occupational health programs. He has been the chairman of the board of a health insurance company and a vice chairman or member of four other civic and nonprofit boards. Dale has also developed and managed several “off shore” captive insurance companies for healthcare systems.

MICHAEL G. SANDERS - Vice Chairman

Michael G. Sanders' background spans four decades in Business, Government Service, Public/Civic Service, and Aviation. For an abbreviated biography, click here.


David M. Parker has helped manage the risk of public entities in Arizona for almost 25 years, working to develop the practice of public risk management. He now works as a public entity practice leader, helping public entities across the nation establish and maintain best practices in their risk management programs. He previously served as risk manager for the Pima County Sheriff's Department, Pima County, and the Arizona Department of Transportation. Chairman Parker was elected to the Board of Directors of the Public Risk Management Association in 2009 after serving the Arizona Chapter for many years. He continues to serve as a volunteer with the Pima County Sheriff's Department, the YMCA, and with youth theater.


Joseph M. Hennelly, Jr. is a co-founding member of a Phoenix law firm that focuses on insurance regulatory, employee benefits and insurance receivership matters. Mr. Hennelly's legal practice covers a broad spectrum of insurance and insurance regulatory matters, including the representation of various entities in the workers' compensation arena. His practice also involves insurance insolvency and receivership matters (including several which involved insurers with significant workers' compensation business), wherein he represents the Director of the Arizona Department of Insurance (ADOI) in her capacity as receiver of insurance companies.

Mr. Hennelly's prior public service includes his tenure as the Deputy Director of the ADOI. As Deputy Director, Mr. Hennelly was responsible for overall regulatory and administrative functions at the ADOI, which included the ADOI's regulation of workers' compensation insurance companies and related matters. Additionally, Mr. Hennelly has served as an Assistant United States Attorney and as an Assistant Arizona Attorney General.


Clint Bolick serves as Vice President for Litigation at the Goldwater Institute in Phoenix. He is a distinguished constitutional lawyer who has successfully litigated cases in state and federal courts from coast to coast, including the U.S. Supreme Court. Earlier in his career, Mr. Bolick served as an attorney with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division. He has authored several books on a variety of subjects including immigration, federalism, education, law, and public policy and is a frequent contributor to publications including the Wall Street Journal. Mr. Bolick serves on the boards of several nonprofit organizations including BASIS Schools, Inc. and Great Hearts Academies.