People Making Things Happen
DRMAC Board of Directors
Tom is a former board member of the Regional Transportation District and past board chairman. He also started Bicycle Aurora over 20 years ago to advocate for safe and connected bicycle routes throughout the city. As an RTD Board member, Tom advocated for people with disabilities to ensure they are respected and provided with reliable access to RTD's buses and trains.
Andrea is retired from The Girl Scouts Mile Hi Council. She’s on the Centennial Planning & Zoning Commission and Mile High Connects Advisory Council. She is the current secretary of the BOD and chairs the Arapahoe LCC. She lives in Centennial and her term will end at the end of 2018.
Heather is our Ex-Officio and as such has no term. She is a Licensed Social Worker within the Area Agency on Aging at DRCOG and manages the Veteran Directed Home and Community Based Services program. She lives in Wheat Ridge.
Sylvia is a transportation consultant who retired as Grants Manager at CDOT. She has an MA in Urban & Regional Planning and is currently serving as the Board Chair. She lives in Evergreen and her final term expires in 2020.
Brent is a Colorado native and a longtime transit advocate. A self-employed professional with 20 plus years in the disability services field, he has been a volunteer, a travel trainer, and active in DRMAC for over 5 years. He lives in Denver and his term expires in 2018.
As Program Manager with The American Cancer Society, Jennifer is responsible for their transportation program. She is a health care advocate is on both the Jeffco and the Douglas LCCs. She lives in Denver and her first term expires in 2019.
Roberto is the Associate State Director for Multicultural Outreach at the AARP Colorado State office. He previously worked as a community organizer for disability rights at Direct Action Organizing, lives in Arvada and his term ends 2019.
Moira is the Lead Grant Coordinator within the Division of Transit and Rail at CDOT; previously the manager of a Travel Training and Mobility program for Hopelink in WA State. Moira is the CDOT ex-officio and as such has no term. She lives in Denver.
has two decades of experience working for local governments and non-profits. She is an experienced human services provider including extensive work with all populations. Her experience includes coordination projects, service gap analysis, needs assessments, and project management. Erica lives in Broomfield.