Board of Directors

Libby Szabo, Chair – Libby is a former County Commissioner in Jefferson County.  She was recently chosen as one of five Commissioners in the country to participate in the White House Infrastructure Summit in Washington, D.C. Ms. Szabo formerly served three terms as a Colorado State Representative, including as the House Assistant Minority leader and the first Latina elected to a leadership position. She is a Colorado native and lives in Jefferson County with her husband, Denes. They have four children and a family-owned business.

Jennifer Churchfield, Immediate Past Chair – Jennifer has partnered with public and private organizations for over 20 years. She is currently co-chair of Front Range PharmaLogic. She has served Arapahoe County as the Communications Director for Arapahoe Responsible Energy Advocates. Jennifer previously served as President of the Cherry Creek School District Board of Education. She is a graduate of Miami University in Ohio.

Genevieve Wooden, Secretary/Treasurer – Genevieve is retired from her roles as the Director of Leadership in Jefferson County and also at The West Metro Chamber as Events Manager.  She previously served on the Wheat Ridge City Council, was a board member of Wheat Ridge 2020, the Jefferson County Business Education Alliance, and volunteered on many local community committees.  Genevieve worked in the real estate industry for many years as an investor, sales broker, and rental property manager.  Originally from Fort Collins, she earned her BA from Colorado State University and has resided in Jefferson County for over 30 years.

Nancy Barlow is President of Barlow Advertising & Design, a strategic, creative marketing agency since 1991.  She has provided marketing, communication strategy and development services for candidates and ballot measures in Denver for the past 10 years.  Nancy has served as an active precinct leader and ran for Delegate for the Presidential election in 2016.  She is also co-founder and president of the East Evans Business Association, an organization formed to provide a voice to the Denver City government to inspire developmental change on the East Evans corridor.  Nancy is also president of Business Resource Alliance Group, a trusted business advisory group serving members across the front range in Colorado.

Jill Cullis is as a retired high school teacher from Aurora Public Schools. She has worked with the Center for teaching Quality and the Professional Association of Colorado Educators. She is a Hope Street Group National Teacher Fellow and was awarded Teacher of the Year. Jill has a BA from the University of Northern Colorado and a Master’s from Colorado Christian University.