Thursday, August 6, 2015

DENVER —Thursday, Aug. 6, 2015— Gov. John Hickenlooper today announced several Boards and Commissions appointments to the Strategic Action Planning Group on Aging.

The Strategic Action Planning Group on Aging studies and produces a comprehensive strategic action plan on aging in Colorado through the year 2030. The planning group examines the impact, both positive and negative, of the aging demographic shift on the economy, workforce, businesses, market based products and services; state and local revenue budgets and fiscal policies; Medicaid and other safety-net programs and the collateral impact on other non-related state programs; family caregiving and public and private options for long-term care, services and support; federal entitlement reforms; transportation services and infrastructure. For terms expiring August 1, 2017:

  • Edwin Douglas Farmer of Highlands Ranch, to serve as a representative of private, public and community-based health care and long-term care, service or support provider for older adults, appointed;
  • Eliza R. Lanman of Denver, to serve as a representative of private, public and community-based health care and long-term care, service or support provider for older adults, appointed;
  • Honorable Steve Frazier Child of Snowmass, to serve as a county commissioner, appointed;
  • Muriel Jean Nofles of Aurora, to serve as a consumer, appointed;
  • David Robert Norman of Grand Junction, to serve as a representative with extensive knowledge of, or experience with state and local budgets and fiscal policy, or who is a representative from nonprofit organizations that have experience with fiscal and statewide policy issues, appointed;
  • John Robert Barry, MBA, MSW of Littleton, to serve as the designee of the Executive Director of the Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Finance, appointed;
  • Rob Andresen of Parker, to serve as the designee of the Executive Director of the Colorado Department of Transportation, appointed;

for terms expiring August 1, 2018:

  • Harry Dale Elliott, Sr of Commerce City, to serve as a representative of private, public and community-based health care and long-term care, service or support provider for older adults, appointed;
  • Linda Mary Mitchell of Denver, to serve as a representative of  private, public and community-based health care and long-term care, service or support provider for older adults, appointed;
  • Donna Lee Baros of Denver, to serve as a representative with extensive knowledge of, or experience with, state and local budgets and fiscal policy, or who is a representative from nonprofit organizations that have experience with fiscal and statewide policy issues, appointed;
  • Benjamin Moultrie of Aurora, to serve as the designee of the Colorado Commission on Aging, appointed;
  • Anne-Marie Braga, LCSW, MSSW of Littleton, to serve as the designee of the Executive Director of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, appointed;
  • Claire Elizabeth Anderson of Colorado Springs, to serve as a representative of nonprofit organizations representing or advocating for older adult populations, appointed;
  • Sharron D. Williams of Denver, to serve as a representative of the business community, appointed;

for terms expiring August 1, 2019:

  • Christian Marcel Itin, MSW, PhD of Centennial, to serve as a representative of an institution of higher education in a field related to older adult populations, appointed;
  • Barbara Gurwitz Raynor of Denver, to serve as a representative of nonprofit organizations representing or advocating for older adult populations, appointed;
  • Susan Marie Franklin of Denver, to serve as a representative with extensive knowledge and expertise in long-term care, services and support and who is not a provider of such services, appointed;
  • Jennifer L. Schaufele of Greenwood Village, to serve as a representative of an area agency on aging as described in CRS 26-11-204, appointed;
  • Karen Marie Brown of Arvada, to serve as a consumer, appointed;
  • James L. Riesberg of Greeley, to serve as a consumer, appointed;
  • Victoria “Vicki” Murray Rodgers of Westminster, to serve as a representative of private, public and community-based health care and long-term care, service or support provider for older adults, appointed;
  • Wade Byron Buchanan of Denver, to serve as a representative with extensive knowledge of, or experience with, state and local budgets and fiscal policy, or who is a representative from nonprofit organizations that have experience with fiscal and statewide policy issues, appointed;
  • Melinda “Mindy” R. Kemp of Thornton, to serve as the designee of the Executive Director of the Colorado Department of Human Services, appointed.

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