Kenneth C. Sundlof, Jr. Elected to the Herberger Theater Center Board of Directors


Jennings, Strouss & Salmon, P.L.C., a leading Phoenix-based law firm, is pleased to announce that Kenneth C. Sundlof, Jr., a Member in the firm's Phoenix office, has been elected to the Board of Directors of the Herberger Theater Center. Mr. Sundlof will serve on the board for a three-year term. 

The Herberger Theater Center is one of Downtown Phoenix's premier performance venues and serves as an arts incubator and arts advocate. It is home to three resident companies: Actors Theatre, Arizona Theatre Company and Center Dance Ensemble. It also sponsors an Arizona Young Artists' Competition, Wolf Trap, and collaborate with the Arizona Opera School Tour as well as partners with Free Arts Multicultural Theater Camp.

Sundlof, an Arcadia resident, is Chair of the firm's Energy practice group. His primary focus is in the area of utility law and he has more than thirty years of extensive experience in the utility industry. Since 1998, Mr. Sundlof has served as the liaison between Salt River Project (SRP), one of the largest public power entities in the nation, and Jennings Strouss & Salmon. In addition, Mr. Sundlof's representation encompasses both litigation and non-litigation matters, including business negotiations, contracts, procurement, licensing, real estate, banking, construction and insurance.

"I am pleased to have the opportunity to serve on the board of the Herberger Theater Center," said Ken Sundlof. "I have long supported the arts community here in the Valley and look forward to continuing that commitment with the Herberger Theater."

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