Ulises Flores joined El Pomar Foundation as a member of the 2019 Fellowship class. As a Fellow, Ulises works on American Council of Young Political Leaders, Hundred Club of Colorado Springs, Wildland Fire Fund, Investment Challenge, Alumni Relations, Wellness committee and Western Legislative Academy. In addition, Ulises works in the North and Pikes Peak regions. He also serves on the Board of CASA of the Pikes Peak Region.
Ulises grew up in Pueblo, Colorado and graduated from Colorado State University-Pueblo where he double majored in Spanish and Exercise Science, Health Promotion, and Recreation. While attending Colorado State University-Pueblo, Ulises served as the undergraduate coordinator for new student orientation programs, assisted with the creation of the online orientation program for Spanish-speaking families, and served as president of the club soccer team. In his free time, Ulises enjoys playing soccer, running and traveling.
Currently working on: American Council of Young Political Leaders, Wildland Fire Fund, Hundred Club of Colorado Springs, Investment Challenge, Alumni Relations, Wellness committee, Pikes Peak Region and the North Region.