My Job? Make the Recorder's Office Boring Again
Stephen Richer was elected as the Maricopa County Recorder in the November 2020 election cycle. Stephen is an attorney in downtown Phoenix at one of Arizona's oldest large law firms. Prior to his legal career, Stephen worked in the policy arena for several of the country's most prestigious think tanks, and he worked in business management. Stephen holds three degrees, and he won a number of awards while in school.
Stephen's commitment to public service and public life is well-documented. Governor Doug Ducey previously appointed Stephen to serve on the board of the Arizona Humanities, and Stephen is also a former Arizona Industry Fellow with the Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry. During Hurricane Katrina, Stephen formed his own organization to help with rescue and rebuilding work in the Gulf South. President George W. Bush recognized Stephen for his work and awarded Stephen the The Presidential Volunteer Service Award, Gold Class.
Stephen ran on the platform of "It's time to take the nonsense out of the Recorder's Office. It's time to make the Recorder's Office boring again."
In this speaker series, Stephen will be discussing his job as the Maricopa County Recorder.