Chairman, Felsburg Holt & Ullevig
Bob is a graduate of Penn State University, with B.S. and M.S degrees in Civil Engineering. Upon graduation, he served as an officer in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and then worked for two international engineering firms. In 1984, Bob co-founded the firm of Felsburg Holt & Ullevig in Denver to provide transportation engineering services to both the public and private sectors. Under his leadership, the firm has grown to a well respected regional firm with 130 professionals in four offices throughout the Rocky Mountain and Midwest regions. Bob completed a successful internal ownership and management transition and retired in 2004.
Community Relations Manager, City of Boulder's Department of Human Services
Clay Fong is the Community Relations Manager for the City of Boulder’s Department of Human Services. In this capacity, he oversees enforcement of the city’s municipal discrimination code, the Youth Opportunities Advisory Board, and the Community Mediation Service (CMS). Previously, Clay, a mediator with over twenty years experience, managed CMS for over a decade, providing both mediation and restorative justice services to city residents. Clay has also chaired Boulder’s Human Relations Commission and Environmental Advisory Board. He is also the dining critic for the Boulder Daily Camera. Clay holds a B.A. from Dartmouth College and a J.D. from the University of Colorado.
Co-Founder, MBio Diagnostics
Sally Hatcher is Co-Founder of MBio Diagnostics, Inc. She also co-founded Precision Photonics Corporation (PPC) with Dr. Myatt in 2000 and served as President. As a strategic advisor, Ms. Hatcher brings extensive experience and leadership in the areas of business strategy, financing and corporate law. She represented the 2nd Congressional District on Colorado’s State Housing Board for seven years and holds a B.A. from Southern Methodist University and a J.D. from the University of Colorado.
For 40 years Patrick Quinn, a Certified Public Accountant, has served as a financial and chief executive officer to a variety of companies ranging from startups to public companies with over $3 billion in assets. Throughout his career Pat has used the skills he learned in the business world to provide public service. He served as a member and Chairman of both Boulder and Broomfield County’s open space committees as they developed their nationally recognized open space programs and served as Mayor of the City and County of Broomfield from 2007 through 2013. He also served on Governor Hickenlooper’s 2014 Oil and Gas Task and on the Broomfield Comprehensive Plan Update Committee for Oil and Gas in 2017.
President, Four Echoes Strategies
Karin Sheldon is President of Four Echoes Strategies, a consulting firm providing policy analysis and strategic advice on Western land and water conservation issues. From 2007 to 2013, she was President of Western Resource Advocates, a regional nonprofit organization working on energy and environmental concerns. Prior to 2007, Karin was Associate Dean for the Environmental Law Program and Director of the Environmental Law Center at Vermont Law School. Before joining the faculty at Vermont Law School in 1994, Karin served as President of The Wilderness Society in Washington, D.C.. She was also a staff attorney with Earthjustice in Colorado, and was one of Ralph Nader’s original “Raiders”.
Chet is founder, president & CEO of the RTC Impact Fund, a full-spectrum social and environmental impact fund providing access to capital for mining-impacted communities around the world. He founded the Global Greengrants Fund, an international environmental foundation making small grants to grassroots environmental groups in developing nations. He also co-founded Grantmakers without Borders (now EDGE Funders), is the former Executive Director of Greenpeace Pacific Southwest and co-founded the Rocky Mountain Peace and Justice Center.