Greg Davis (Chair)
Greg Davis joined the Alliance Board in April of 2012. Greg currently works as a regulator at the Environmental Protection Agency. He has been involved in projects along the Platte River and in City Park in this capacity, but his role in the City Park Alliance is one of being a community advocate. Environmental work and research in sustainability led him to the conclusion that society’s greatest social and environmental benefits can be recognized through the advocacy of local resources. He and his wife Melissa are dedicated “locavores”, choosing to spend much of their free time promoting local businesses, neighborhood supported agriculture, Park Hill School, and events which bring the community together.
Carolyn Lievers (Secretary)
Carolyn is currently an ex Officio member of the executive committee (past president) and has served on the Alliance since its inception. She holds a J.D. from the University of Colorado School of Law. She worked for the Legal Aid Society of Metropolitan Denver and for the Legal Services Corporation in Washington, D.C. She currently is a Colorado First Assistant Attorney General representing the Colorado Department of Revenue. She is the membership chair and past president of the Colorado Potters Guild. She lives in City Park West and is participant in a community garden.
After many years in higher education Jacqui has recently dedicated her time to her business, the T’ai Chi Project & TCM Sports Medicine. She also served as an Elections Division Field Supervisor during the 2008 election. She is active in the Park Hill community, with projects including the Park Hill Family Bike Ride Planning Committee and Park Hill United Methodist Church Choir. During the summer of 2009 she and her husband will offer a free T’ai Chi in the park program.
Brian Friel (Treasurer)
Brian is a new member of the Alliance Board. He currently works at EPA Region 8 as a water infrastructure fund manager. He and his partner, Monica, have lived in the City Park South neighborhood since 1998. They have enjoyed very much watching East Colfax and City Park improve, and are staunch supporters of local businesses, since moving into this area. Brian plays out-of-control tennis on City Park’s public courts, is a habitual user of the Mile High loop, and appreciates the wonderful (and free) City Park jazz concerts.
Mike joined the City Park Alliance board in December 2012. With his wife, Karen, and three sons, he has lived within a couple of blocks of City Park, in City Park West and Whittier, since 1984. From games with the kids, community meetings and helping build the Dustin Redd playground (1996) to year-round birding and frequently running the Mile High Loop 5K pedestrian trail, his connection to the park is long standing. His vision for the park is forward looking, mostly centered on continuously improving the park as a natural place of peace and respite within a bustling urban core. Mike has served on numerous local and state committees and foundation boards, focusing on education and neighborhoods. He is an avid wildlife photographer. City Park is one of his favorite places to shoot and you can find his City Park albums on Flickr. Mike is a Communications Manager for the Department of the Interior.