Vision: A Metro Denver that is racially equitable in its leadership, prosperity, and culture.
Primary Role: To achieve our vision, we will be a proactive, collaborative, and resolute leader in reducing racial disparities.
Board Vice Chair
John Loewy is an attorney who has, for the past 10 years, primarily been involved in funding and assisting companies in the early stages of their development. Prior to working in investments, John served in public and private sector positions with an emphasis on the substantive policy areas of energy and the environment.
Peter Kirsch is a Partner at Kaplan Kirsch & Rockwell.
Lisa Zúñiga Ramírez is a community volunteer with more than twenty years of experience as a portfolio manager and financial advisor.
Sean Kenney is a consultant and co-founder of Project Deviate.
Alisha Brown is the Senior Vice President at The Foundation for Sustainable Urban Communities.
Carey Dobbertin is the former CFO and treasurer at Gary Community Investments.
Mira J. Finé is a tax consultant with over 30 years of professional experience providing tax planning and compliance services.
Ismael Guerrero is President & CEO at Mercy Housing, Inc.
Erika Martinez is the Director of Communications and Engagement at Denver Public Library.
Mark Newhouse is an impact and venture investor.
Christina Raya is Senior Vice President and Managing Director for PNC Asset Management.
Lee Reichert, Deputy Attorney General – Business & Licensing, State of Colorado.
Julie Reiskin is the executive director of the Colorado Cross-Disability Coalition (CCDC).
Randy Roberts is a partner with Tributary Real Estate.