Counties: El Paso, Teller
Cities: Colorado Springs, Woodland Park
The Pikes Peak Regional Council has effectively identified needs in El Paso and Teller Counties through talking to community leaders, conducting focus groups, and meeting with various organizations. Early on, the Council elected to concentrate on two populations: children birth to five and nine to 15. Given this focus, the Council has researched organizations working in both early childhood education and middle school, and has held discussions with executives from several of these organizations. From conversations with nonprofit leaders, as well as continued research, the Council has approved two grants serving the desired populations.
Judy Bell was the president of the United States Golf Association (USGA) in 1996 and 1997. She is the only woman to ever hold that position. Born in Wichita, Kansas, Judy played her first Broadmoor Invitational Tournament at age 11 and won that competition in 1957, 1958 and 1960. She competed in 38 U.S. Golf Association events and joined the USGA Executive Committee in 1987. Judy has been inducted into the Colorado Golf and the Colorado Sports Halls of Fame. She served as a director of Bank One from 1982 to 1995 and operated Bell’s Deli as well as several other retail businesses in Colorado Springs.
Trustee, El Pomar Foundation
Lieutenant General Michael Gould, USAF (Ret.) will serve as the board’s Special Trustee, a position designed to advise the board on an area of interest to the Trustees while acting as a full voting member of the board. General Gould served as the Superintendent of the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado from 2009 to July 2013. Prior to assuming the position of Superintendent, he was Director of Operations and Plans, U.S. Transportation Command, Scott Air Force Base, III. His operational and staff assignments include Air Force aide to the President and senior military assistant to the Secretary of the Air Force. General Gould is a command pilot with more than 3,000 hours in a variety of aircraft. Gould and his wife, Paula, plan to retire in the Colorado Springs community.
Lt. General Michael Gould, USAF (Ret.)
Special Trustee, El Pomar Foundation
Dr. Lance Bolton is the 7th president of Pikes Peak Community College. Lance earned a bachelor of business administration, a master’s degree in food science and technology, and a Doctor of Philosophy (1997) in food science and technology from the University of Georgia. Prior to working in higher education, Lance gained extensive professional experience in technical support and sales as well as research and development as a global director on research and development for DuPont Qualicon. Lance was President of Northeastern Junior College from 2006-2011. Lance served on the Governor’s Green Jobs Council and the Colorado Children’s Campaign. Regionally, he served on El Pomar’s Northeast Regional Council and on the Eastern Colorado Workforce Board. He has been a board member for nonprofit organizations including the Economic Development Corporation, Chamber of Commerce, and Rotary Club.
Lance F. Bolton, Ph.D.
President, Pikes Peak Community College
Jordan Bridwell is the Senior International Program Project Manager at Compassion International where she oversees a portfolio of projects that help improve Compassion International’s program outcomes in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. Prior to joining Compassion International, Jordan worked as Development Director at Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity. Jordan is from Abilene, Texas and began her career as a special education teacher. She then joined El Pomar Foundation’s Fellowship program. Following the Fellowship, Jordan pursued a long-time dream of living in South Africa working for His People Christian Church. She received her Bachelor of Arts in sociology from Southern Methodist University and a master of business administration from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. Jordan serves on the boards of Cornerstone Ranch, Boulder Street Church, and the Rocky Mountain Women’s Film Festival.
International Program Manager, Compassion International
Senator Bill Cadman represents Colorado State Senate District 12, which includes northeastern Colorado Springs and rural El Paso County. He is the Senate President and represents the voice of the Colorado Senate Republican Caucus in the state senate. Prior to the senate, he served seven years in the House of Representatives. Bill serves on the Colorado Statewide Internet Portal Authority Board. Before running for office in 2000, Bill was the District Office Manager for Congressman Joel Hefley. Bill is a marketing and public affairs professional and operates his own firm, Advantage Marketing and Public Relations. Bill’s marketing successes include winning campaigns with candidates in local, state, and national races, as well as statewide and municipal initiatives and referenda. Bill is a veteran of the United States Army.
Colorado State Senator (Senate President), District #12
Colonel Gail Benjamin Colvin is Vice Commandant of Cadets, Culture and Climate, Commandant of Cadets, United States Air Force Academy, Colorado. She is the designated Ombudsman to the Superintendent and the Commandant on sexual assault climate issues in the cadet wing. Col Colvin oversees the operations of the base-wide Academy Response Team. Colonel Colvin received her commission in 1980 from the United States Air Force Academy. Her career is marked by diversified leadership experience in a wide variety of disciplines including joint military doctrine, research and development, and weapons system acquisition. Prior to assuming her current position, she was Commander of the 49th Mission Support Group, Holloman AFB, New Mexico.
Colonel Gail Colvin
Director of Staff, United States Air Force Academy
J. Jerry Dickman currently serves as co-trustee of two private charitable foundations, the H.A. & Mary K. Chapman Charitable Trust and the Mary K. Chapman Foundation. These foundations fund primarily education, health care, and medical research. Prior to his work with the foundations, Jerry practiced law in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He earned his undergraduate and postgraduate degrees at the University of Oklahoma. He is a member of the Order of Barristers at University of Oklahoma and serves on the University of Oklahoma College of Law Board of Visitors. He is also Trustee Emeritus of the University of Tulsa having served on that board for 15 years. Jerry is the founder and chairman of the Selection Commission for The Oklahoma Nonprofit Excellence Awards. Jerry is a director of the Tulsa Community Foundation and is a director of the board of visitors of the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center and research facility in Houston, Texas.
J. Jerry Dickman
Trustee, Chapman Foundation
Dave Ogrean served as the executive director of USA Hockey from 1993 to 1999, and 2005 to present. He was on the senior staff of the United States Olympic Committee twice. From 1980-1988, Dave worked at ESPN in corporate communications and programming. Following ESPN, Dave joined the College Football Association as assistant executive director for television. During his two-year tenure, he worked with CBS Sports on remote production, with CBS and ESPN on game scheduling and selection, and helped launch the syndicated series, “This Week in College Football.” Dave served as executive director of USA Football from 2002-2005. He was the chairman of the Colorado Springs Sports Corporation in the mid-1990s and its President and Chief Executive Officer from 2000 to 2002. In 2011, Dave became a member of the United States Olympic Committee Board of Directors, and has been a board member of the Colorado Springs World Arena since 1998.
Executive Director, USA Hockey
Norm Steen moved to Teller County in 1998 when he relocated the corporate office of his transportation services business from Kansas to Woodland Park. As a small business owner of 18 years, he brought new jobs to Teller County while providing a wide range of transportation services to his customers over a four-state region. He sold that business in 2011, and now serves full time as a Teller County Commissioner. Significant work as a Commissioner includes Co-Chair of the State Works Allocation Committee, with oversight of distribution of Temporary Aid to Needy Families funds to counties statewide; work on developing a state hotline system for reporting child abuse; and Pikes Peak Area representative to the Statewide Transportation Advisory Committee. After serving with the United States Army on active duty and with the Army National Guard, Norm retired in 2010 as a Brigadier General. He has extensive experience in senior leadership, organizational management, government finance, emergency management, long range planning, public works, logistics and working with state legislatures. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Economics, a Master of Public Administration, and a Master of Strategic Studies.
County Commissioner, Teller County
Senior Staff, Pikes Peak Regional Council
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Vice President and Assistant Corporate Secretary, El Pomar Foundation
Davis Tutt joined El Pomar Foundation as a member of the 2015 Fellowship class. As a Fellow, Davis works on the Internship team, the Forum for Civic Advancement, the Western Legislative Summit, the Wildland Fire Fund, and a 2016 ACYPL Delegation, in addition to working in the Central Peaks and Pikes Peak regions.
719-577-7018 email@example.com Davis Tutt
Program Associate, El Pomar Foundation
Program Associate, El Pomar Foundation