Our Board

The All In Denver board consists of local professionals from various backgrounds joined in the mission to ensure Denver is equitable for all. 

Brad Segal
Brad Segal

President of Progressive Urban Management Associates, Congress Park resident, Denver native. "I’m All In to help Denver become a better city, and to ensure that my kids have access to the same opportunities that I have enjoyed here."

Jami Duffy Headshot
Jami Duffy Headshot

Executive Director, Youth on Record, Whittier resident. "I love this city, it's diversity, its cultural heritage, and our potential to build a collective home where all people have the chance to prosper and thrive."

Kimball Crangle
Kimball Crangle

Colorado Market President for Gorman & Company. Congress Park resident. "I hope we can use All in to encourage an inclusive, welcoming and socially equitable community. There is plenty of opportunity in Denver – it’s the distribution of that opportunity that can enliven or isolate our community."

Andrew Romero
Andrew Romero

Aero Affordable Housing Solutions

Jonathan Cappelli
Jonathan Cappelli

Founder, Cappelli Consulting, LLC

Hilarie Portell
Hilarie Portell

Consultant and practitioner in urban development and district revitalization. "It is really gratifying to connect with others who feel similarly and have very different perspectives. We're learning and doing together. I'm 'all in' because I love living in Denver and want to make it work better for everyone."

Shontel Lewis (Ex Officio)
Shontel Lewis (Ex Officio)

Shontel M. Lewis is a Colorado native and advocate for social equity. She was born and raised in the historic Five Points neighborhood. Shontel received her formal education from Manuel High School and continued her education at the University of Colorado Denver with a Bachelors of Arts Degree in communication. She is a dedicated mother and life partner, with a passion for equitable education, workforce development, transportation and youth.

Ben Kelly
Ben Kelly

Strategic communications, government affairs, community relations

Will Kralovec
Will Kralovec

Director of Master Site Development at Urban Land Conservancy. "I'm 'all in' because people must get informed, get involved, and ACT TOGETHER... otherwise we as Denver citizens can't effectively influence our city's future. Social, economic, political, cultural, and racial diversity together all help define a city, and make it vital, unique, and welcoming for people from all walks of life."

Cathy Alderman
Cathy Alderman

Vice President of Communications and Public Policy - Colorado Coalition for the Homeless

Catalina
Catalina

Senior Vice President- Equity Production I'm struck by the opportunity Denver has in this moment- to harness its growth and vibrancy to ensure all residents have access to affordable housing. When we share analysis about city proposals, we educate our neighbors and empower them to use their voices- and that's the Denver I want.

bree
bree

Writer, musician, television host, urban planning junkie, Westside/Barnum resident. "Before Denver becomes a 'world class city.' it needs to focus on being an affordable, accessible and equitable humanitarian city and a place for all. I believe that there is strength in numbers and that all voices deserve a seat at the table when it comes to making decisions for the present and future of Denver."

Dan Aschkinasi
Dan Aschkinasi

Principal, Civic Centered Consulting "The most important thing to a democracy is a vibrant and active voting population. As Denver continues to grow, it is critical that we get input from all our residents and advocate for the needs of those less represented."

Susan Powers
Susan Powers

President of Urban Ventures, LLC; downtown Denver resident. "I’m part of All In Denver because I believe that this community needs another voice on some major changes facing our community. We need people to raise questions that aren’t being addressed through the traditional political process and to be willing to “show up” to voice the concerns and to support alternative approaches, when needed."

Tom Gougeon
Tom Gougeon

President, Gates Family Foundation. "Thirty-five years ago, I worked with a group of people that challenged Denver to imagine a great city. A lot has happened to realize that vision, but we need to be up to the challenges that success brings. Denver has to remain a diverse city that can continue to welcome and accommodate all kinds of people."

Michael Miera
Michael Miera

Manager of Neighborhood Relations, Urban Land Conservancy

Dee Dee DeVuyst
Dee Dee DeVuyst

Program Manager of Equitable Development at Radian

Kathleen Van Voorhis
Kathleen Van Voorhis

Land Campaign Manager, Interfaith Alliance of Colorado

Deya Zavala
Deya Zavala

Executive Director, Mile High Connects

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