Advisory Committee

CRED’s Advisory Committee drives and guides CRED’s education movement. Our members are current and past Colorado leaders who are committed to the state and its local communities. CRED’s advisory members believe fracking is vital to Colorado’s past, present and future and are ready to share its importance with you.

Advisory Committee Chairs

  • Hank Brown

    Former U.S. Senator

  • Terrance Carroll

    Former Speaker of the House of Representatives

  • Bill Owens

    Former Governor of Colorado

  • Roy Romer

    Former Governor of Colorado

Advisory Committee

  • Chad Auer

    Former Mayor of Firestone, Colorado

  • John Barry

    President and CEO, The Boys & Girls Club of Metro Denver

  • John Brackney

    Director of Strategic Community Participation and Public Policy, Webolutions

  • Kelly Brough

    President and CEO, The Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce

  • Rob Cohen

    CEO, IMA Financial

  • Donna Evans

    CEO, Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce

  • Terry Fankhauser

    Executive Vice President, The Colorado Cattlemen’s Association

  • Mike Ferrufino

    President & CEO, Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Denver

  • Loren Furman

    Senior VP of State & Federal Relations, CACI

  • Gino Greco

    CEO for the American Red Cross of Colorado & Wyoming

  • Barbara Kirkmeyer

    Weld County Commissioner

  • Jim Martin

    Former EPA Region 8 Administrator

  • Dr. Nancy McCallin

    President, Colorado Community College System

  • Troy McWhinney

    Chief Investment Officer & Co-Founder, McWhinney

  • Wendy Mitchell

    President and CEO, Aurora Economic Development Council

  • Dave Montez

    Executive Director, ONE Colorado

  • Fannie Posey-Eddy

    President, The American Association of Blacks in Energy

  • Bruce Rau

    Vice Chairman/Treasurer, Colorado Home Builders Association

  • Ted Trimpa

    CEO, Trimpa Group, LLC

  • Jordan Vana

    Program Director, Colorado Open Lands

  • Chad Vorthmann

    Executive Vice President, Colorado Farm Bureau

  • Robin Wise

    CEO, Junior Achievement