Board of Directors
Nancy Sharpe is a County Commissioner in Arapahoe County and serves as the Chair of the Board. Ms. Sharpe formerly served as Mayor of the City of Greenwood Village and as President of Colorado Women in Government. She received the Commissioner of the Year award from Colorado Counties Inc. in 2016. Ms. Sharpe co-founded “Not One More Child” to help prevent child abuse and neglect. She has also served on boards and committees with Littleton Hospital, the American Lung Association and Girls Incorporated.
Bobbie Daniel launched a salon at 23, serving clients for over a decade. She authored Solutions from A Nobody, is a graduate from Palisade High School, AmeriCorps NCCC Class VI and the Leadership Program of the Rockies, and was honored with the Steven Wesley Wright Legacy Award. Currently, Bobbie has the honor of working with our County Commissioners, serving on the Mesa County Citizen Review Board. She founded Moms Empower Moms and Western Slope Liberty Toastmasters – local groups, committed to civic education and engagement in Mesa County, Colorado. Mrs. Daniel is a member of a 6th generation pioneer family in Meeker, Colorado. She and her husband, Nicholas, are raising their family of four in Grand Junction, Colorado.
Kenneth Monfort is the owner and director of Monfort Companies, engaging in commercial real estate development in Wyoming, Kansas and Colorado. He graduated from the University of Denver and is co-founder of the Denver Angels investment group and Equity Capital Group. He serves on the board of the University of Denver Advancement Committee, the Colorado Restaurant Association, the Butterfly Pavilion and the Colorado Republican Independent Expenditure Committee. He volunteers for Denver Rescue Mission and other organizations serving children.
Libby Szabo is is a County Commissioner in Jefferson County, and 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 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.
Rose Femia Pugliese had served as the District 3 County Commissioner in Mesa County, Colorado from 2013-2021. Rose graduated with honors from Villanova University with a bachelor’s degree in sociology and a minor in Japanese. She attended St. John’s University School of Law and is licensed to practice law in Colorado, New York and Florida. Rose was honored to be named as Colorado Counties, Inc. “2016 Colorado Commissioner of the Year” and one of the Denver Business Journal’s “2019 Top Women in Energy.” Recently, Rose was listed as a “Champion for the White House Initiative on Regulatory Innovation.” Rose recently relocated to Colorado Springs with her two young children.