Board Meetings

Board meetings are open to the public and are typically held the fourth Thursday of every other month. Time and location of the meetings may change periodically.  Click here for a 2014 schedule. Location and/or changes are posted one week prior to the meeting at the front entrance of ACHA’s main office located at 7190 Colorado Boulevard, Commerce City, 80022.  Information about Board Meetings can also be obtained by calling our main office:  (303) 227-2075.

 

Board Meeting Notices and Agendas

Adams County Housing Authority
Board of Commissioner's Meeting Schedule
For the Year 2014
 
Held the Third Thursday of Every Other Month
3:30 - 5:30pm
Adams County Housing Authority
7190 Colorado Blvd., Commerce City, CO  80022
1st Floor STAT-A Conference Room
Thursday, January 16, 2014
Thursday, March 20, 2014
Thursday, May 15, 2014
Thursday, July 17, 2014
Thursday, September 18, 2014
Thursday, November 20, 2014

Board of Commissioners

The ACHA Board of Commissioners is responsible for establishing the policies of the Authority and for oversight of the fiscal and practical implementation of those policies . Members of the Board are appointed by the Adams County Commissioners and serve staggered terms.

 

Board Chairperson

Faith Winter is currently the Mayor Pro-Tem of Westminster, Colorado and Program Director for Colorado Conservation Voters.  Faith has spent her entire career inspiring people to action whether it is the thousands of women she trained to run for office at The White House Project, the young voters she turned out in 2004 or engaging her constituents on important issues facing Westminster.  In 2004 Winter was named one of 30 people under 30 showing political leadership by the Youth Vote Coalition, in 2008 Winter was named one of the top ten most influential women in Denver by the Denver Examiner and in 2010 she was named Woman of the year by Colorado Business and Professional Women, northwest chapter.  Winter loves organizing because she believes the best way to create change is by building power through people.  She has fun doing it, because a job isn’t worth doing unless you laugh once in a while.

 


 

bob Deuschle board member image

Board Vice Chairperson

Robert (Bob) Deuschle currently serves as the President of FirstBank-North Market and is Executive Vice President of FirstBank Holding Company.  Founded in 1963, FirstBank is the second largest financial institution in Colorado with over $13 billion in assets and 2,000 employees.  It operates 114 locations in Colorado, along with ten in Arizona and five in California.  During his 28 year career at FirstBank, Bob has served in a variety of positions.  After spending his early years with the company in various banking operation roles, Bob spent ten years in centralized operations within the Holding Company.  This tenure included managing Compliance, Mortgage Operations/Servicing and the companies Mortgage, Loan and New Account call center.  He has been elected to the role of President for five different markets during his career and most recently to the North Market in 2006.  In addition to his work at FirstBank, Bob is active in the community.  He is on the board of the Food Bank of the Rockies serving as Secretary as well as an appointed member of the Adams County Housing Authority.  He currently serves as Vice-Chairman for the Housing Authority.  Previously, Bob has chaired Food Bank of the Rockies, the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and been a board member of the Rocky Mountain Cancer Centers Foundation.  Bob earned a degree in business from the University of Northern Colorado and a graduate degree in banking from the University of Wisconsin Banking School.

 

 

Adams County Commissioner

Board Commissioner

Eva J. Henry  has lived in the Thornton community for over 38 years.  She has two children, Maurice and Danielle.  Eva was elected to the Thornton City Council in November 2007 and re-elected in 2011.  She was elected as Adams County Commissioner in November 2012 and sworn into office on January 8, 2013.  She is the third female commissioner in the county's 110-year history and currently serves as board chair.  Eva believes in community involment and has participated in numerous projects that involve social justice and veterans issues.  She has been involved in several groups that work on issues important to families and left her 18-year career in finance in 2007 to become a fulltime advocate for working families.  Eva is pursuing a degree in Political Science with an emphasis on Public Policy. Eva has served on many community service boards and committees, including, Adams County Housing Authority, Adams County Economic Development, Adams County Blue Ribbon on the Homeless, Denver Metro Housing Initiative, Thornton Leadership Council, Thornton Development Authority, Thornton Art, Science and Cultural Committee, School Improvement Team, Bollman Center Vocational School, Volunteers of America, Meals to Aide Patients and Colorado for Health Care.




 

Councilmember, Ward 2

Board Commissioner

Eric Montoya was born in Pueblo, Colorado and moved to unincorporated Adams County when he was four years old. His father was able to provide for the family while his mother was mainly a homemaker. After his father was laid off at the Steel Mill in Pueblo he was fortunate to find a job immediately at RTD in Denver. They finally settled in Broomfield in the subdivision of Westlake a couple years later where Eric grew up. Eric attended Horizon High School in Thornton and Front Range Community College in Westminster. He has a son, Isaiah Montoya, and together they have lived in Thornton since 2007. Eric is also a Funeral Director at the Rundus Funeral Home in Broomfield. He has learned from that position how to actively listen, organize and guide people. His leadership position also holds him accountable and accessible to people. Eric was appointed to the Ward 2 vacancy on January 15, 2013 as a result of Eva Henry being elected as County Commissioner. He knows that our City works best when more people are involved and voice their opinions and he will work to make it as easy as possible for people to be involved in their community. Citizens can contact Eric Montoya at the City at 303-538-7536, on his cell phone at 720-365-2695, or via e-mail at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


 

Board Commissioner

Craig Carlson owns Carlson Parkhill LLC, an investor and developer of mixed use projects in Metro Denver. Projects include The Avenues in Aurora, Adams Crossing, and Brighton Pavilions. With THF Realty, Mr. Carlson created Prairie Center, a 2000 acre mixed-use master-planned project in northeast Denver. As the Regional Partner for Fairfield Residential’s operations in Colorado in the 1990s, Mr. Carlson led operations and successfully developed over 14,000 apartment units.He has also served the community in the following capacities:Adams County Economic Development, Inc., Director 1980-86, and since 2003; Brighton Economic Development Corp., Chairman in 1983, Board of Directors since 2001, Chairman 2004; Metro North Chamber Commerce, Board of Directors 1980-85, Chairman in 1982, and Chairman 2007-09; Home Builders Association of Metro Denver, Board of Directors 1987; Colorado Association of Home Builders, President 1987, Board of Directors 1983-88; National Association of Home Builders PAC, Trustee for State of Colorado 1988-93. Mr. Carlson attended Brigham Young University (1970-73) and The University of Colorado, Boulder (1974, Business/Real Estate).


 

Board Commissioner

Maurice Goodgaine is a Denver native with a wide range of financial and civic experience. In addition to his role on the ACHA Board, Mr. Goodgaine is a member of the Board of Directors of the Colorado Community Land Trust, and the Denver Audit Committee. His education includes a BS in Accounting and MS in Business from Colorado State University. Mr. Goodgaine began his financial career as an accountant and has since broadened its scope to include a variety of project financing consulting responsibilities. His consulting experience includes economic development, small business lending, and urban redevelopment analysis work with organizations such as the Colorado Housing and Finance Authority, the Denver Urban Renewal Authority, and Heritage Banks and Community Banks of Colorado. He is currently an insurance broker serving small businesses and individuals.

 

 

 


 

Dawn Thomas

Resident Board Commissioner

 

(Bio Forthcoming)