Mike Hogan

Mike Hogan
Mike Hogan is the Field Organizer for the state of Texas. Before joining ONE, he worked in the music industry for over a decade as a full time touring musician, as well as a freelance writer.

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Advocacy comes in many flavors: Our experience with Electric Run

Advocacy comes in many flavors: Our experience with Electric Run

You know, it could have been the moment that a lady in a chicken suit jumped on the stage and did a weird dance. Or perhaps the moment that the two guys in full-body red Spandex suits were summoned in front of the crowd to dance and throw out glowing necklaces branded by a notable…...
World AIDS Day in Texas

World AIDS Day in Texas

What a weekend!!! We welcomed in the cool-ish month of December in Texas by commemorating World AIDS Day through a number of events on Friday and Saturday. David Barstow, founder and president of EMPACT Africa, and ONE Austin collaborated together to create the “What Would You Do?” activity for the Austin World AIDS Day E......
Paul Sadler thanks Texas ONE team

Paul Sadler thanks Texas ONE team

Photo caption: Here is Democratic Senator Paul Sadler, writing thank you notes to ONE members in Texas. Last week, ONE members in Austin, Texas got together to make an important delivery – a stack of postcards, handwritten letters, and a petition signed by constituents asking the Senate candidates to make sure that extr......
ONE reminds Senate Candidate Ted Cruz about extreme poverty

ONE reminds Senate Candidate Ted Cruz about extreme poverty

We are now in the final stretch of the election race, and as the candidates ramp up their campaign schedules, ONE members across the country are ramping up their efforts to engage them on the issue of eradicating extreme poverty and preventable disease. In Fort Worth, Texas, Congressional District Leader Ciara O’Modhrai......

Saving the world in Austin, Texas

It seems like you can’t go anywhere these days without encountering a constant barrage of political division. It’s everywhere: the radio, the TV, overheard conversations in your local coffee shop, talks over dinner with friends and family. And Austin, Texas is no different from anywhere else. But this past Saturday, p......