DENVER - Monday, Oct. 1, 2018 - Gov. Hickenlooper today announced Boards and Commissions appointments to the Governor's Commission on Community Service.
The Governor's Commission on Community Service (Serve Colorado) shall recommend to the Governor a comprehensive national and community service plan for the state that is developed through an open and public process and updated annually. The plan shall address the state's needs in the areas of school safety, preventing youth violence, literacy, and mentoring or disadvantaged youth. The Commission also administers funds received from the Corporation for National and Community Service.
For terms expiring Aug. 24, 2019:
- Brenton Michael Hutson of Denver, to serve as a participant or supervisor of a service program, appointed,
- Kristy J. Judd of Littleton, to serve as a representative of a national service program, appointed,
For terms expiring Aug. 24, 2021:
- Matthew Brady of Denver, to serve as a member with knowledge of community service, appointed,
- Floyd Cobb II, Ph.D. of Aurora, to serve as the Commissioner's designee for the Colorado Department of Education, reappointed,
- Denise Burkhardt King of Highlands Ranch, to serve as a representative of business, reappointed,
- Monica Roers of Denver, to serve as a member with experience involving older adults in volunteerism, reappointed,
- Carol Schneider of Wheat Ridge, to serve as a member with experience in education, training and developmental needs, reappointed.