The American Psychological Association Division 22, Rehabilitation Psychology, selected ALAN L. GOLDBERG, PSY.D., APBB, J.D., to present the 2018 Leonard Diller Award Lecture on Contributions to Neurorehabilitation at its annual conference, held Feb. 22-25 in Dallas. The award recognizes an individual who has made significant contributions to neurorehabilitation and notable achievements through writing, practice, professional service, teaching and advocacy. Goldberg is a licensed psychologist in Arizona and California. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Professional Psychology, a fellow of the American Psychological Association and a member of the State Bar of Arizona.
DGreater Tucson Leadership honored DAMION ALEXANDER with its first Alumni Excellence Award at its 65th annual awards gala, held Feb. 3 at Loews Ventana Canyon Resort & Spa. Alexander is a real estate agent at Long Realty and serves as the Pima County Parks and Recreation Commissioner. He is an advocate for The LOOP, the Honey Bee Trail Access and bans on distracted driving/texting and driving. He is executive director of the Arizona Bicycle Center. Alexander serves on the board of the Arizona Jewish Post, is a curator for the Community Ride List, The LOOP Facebook page, and Bike Park Plan for Downtown Tucson, and a volunteer coach for El Grupo Cycling. He was also involved in promoting the Fox Tucson Theatre. He has used his photography skills to chronicle many local events and to promote tourism and infrastructure in Tucson.