The members of The Moulton Law Firm dedicate their time, talents and treasures to a variety of organizations within the Phoenix metropolitan area. Giving back to the community is something we take seriously. Our attorneys have volunteered thousands of hours of their own time participating in fundraising efforts, offering legal advice and lending their leadership skills to a variety of organizations.
Timothy Lee Moulton
Mr. Moulton is dedicated to helping struggling students, particularly those who are disadvantaged. He
strives to impart the importance of staying in school and to help them to understand the benefits of having an education. He is highly effective at teaching this lesson, given his own background and early struggles.
Mr. Moulton attended and dropped out of Tempe High School. He then enlisted in the U.S. Air Force at age 17, and after completion of Basic Training and the USAF Police Academy, he worked as a U.S. Air Force policeman, desk sergeant and investigator. While in the Air Force, he obtained his GED and associate degree in police science. Upon his honorable discharge from the Air Force at the age of 21, he earned his bachelor’s degree in journalism and his law degree from Arizona State University in the next five years while working full time.
Mr. Moulton has served as a keynote speaker at the state convention of Jobs for Arizona Graduates (JAG), a dropout-prevention program that targets high school students who are at-risk. He has volunteered with JAG at award ceremonies and support programs. Mr. Moulton was also a charter member of Tempe Dollars for Scholars. This is an organization devoted to raising money for scholarships for students who otherwise would not be able to attend college. He has also served as legal counsel for the Buffalo Foundation
at Tempe High School. The foundation helps support needy students and student activities.
Kathleen M. Kassmann
Ms. Kassmann has been involved in Susan G. Komen for the Cure Phoenix Affiliate since 1993. She was a member of the Junior League of Phoenix when they partnered with a local hospital to bring the Race for the Cure to Phoenix. She served on the Race for the Cure committee and on the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Phoenix Affiliate board of directors. Her positions have included fundraising chair, bylaws, vice president and president of the board. She continues to volunteer for Komen and to support breast cancer research, education, screening and treatment.
Ms. Kassmann has also been an active member of the Junior League of Phoenix since 1992. She has held a variety of leadership positions in the organization. She has also served on the board of directors as bylaws, community service, council director, president elect and president of the board.
Gina M. Bartoszek
When Ms. Bartoszek is not working, she enjoys volunteering at her children’s schools. She has chaired large-scale, community-based fundraisers for the schools. Ms. Bartoszek and her family also volunteer at St. Mary’s Food Bank.
Ms. Allen has served as a member of the Junior League of Phoenix. She was involved in working on volunteer projects and has served on the Valley Impact Committee and the Wellness Community Committee. Ms. Allen has
also participated in the race that benefits Susan G. Komen for the Cure.