LSU Med School - MS - Biochemistry
Electronic Data Systems - software engineer
CMC Wildflower Instructor
Retired International Transportation specialist, past member of both the Senior Citizen's Board and Timberline Adult Day Services. Active church member
of St. John the Baptist Episcopal church, member of the Inter-Faith Council representing the Senior Board, Meal on Wheels volunteer, and enthusiastic bridge player.
Broad financial background includes many years in financial advisory board board members Frisco Breckenridge analysis, accounting and corporate planning for The Vanguard Group, US Oncology, and a small Houston company. Volunteer treasurer of several non-profit organizations including a public library in Wallingford, Pennsylvania.
Currently a full-time Realtor at ReMax Properties of the Summit-Frisco since 2006. Volunteer Mountain Mentors, Summit County Animal Shelter, Graduate -Leadership of the Summit. Bachelor of Science in Business and Marketing. Full-time Frisco resident since 2004.
Family doctor in Summit County since Sept. 9, 1977. Dr. Charles Lackey is Semi-retired, however, is currently working full-time at the Summit Community Care Clinic in Frisco. Education: BA at Colorado College, M.D. at McGill University. Residency in Family Practice at St .Joseph's hospital in Denver 1974-1977.
Early Childhood Options, President and Member of Summit County Preschool Board, Volunteer for Summit Advocates for Victims of Assault and Child Protection team in Lake County. Speech Language Pathologist for Summit, Leadville, Buena Vista, and Salida schools, Bristlecone Home Health Services, Special Education Administrator, and owner of Eagle-Summit Speech-Language Services Inc.
Christina (native New Yorker), recently retired mortgage banker, 36 years. Passionate for affordable housing and veterans’ issues with an extensive finance background. Founding board member 1983-1995 of RDAC Orange County Rural Development Advisory Corporation, a grass roots, not for profit, affordable housing organization that administers various state and federal housing grant programs and offers multiple housing and counseling services. Since 1983 RDAC has rehabilitated and constructed more than 1,000 housing units and became an example of success in home counseling, foreclosure prevention and senior housing. She currently has been an Advisory board member with the Opportunity Coalition 1983-present, (promotes and facilitate a business-friendly environment that encourages free enterprise, entrepreneurship and collaboration for Colorado citizens). Christina and her husband Terry Simone are active in a variety of state and national business organizations and have made their Summit County home their primary residence.