Angelica Montes-Brantley

Angelica is an accomplished professional with expertise in the Colorado human services system. She has worked as a project manager, program developer, coach, mentor, and mediator, group facilitator, and collaborator. She has spent two decades working to improve programs for marginalized and unrepresented populations in Colorado. Angelica was involved in starting up the first homeless shelters in the suburbs of Denver, and Spectrum Community Services, which provides supported living services to adults with Intellectual Disabilities in Jefferson County. Angelica was born in Mexico. She is bi-lingual and is a native Spanish speaker. She is a certified Mediator. She has served on the Big Brothers Big Sisters board, works part-time for Volunteers of America. She is currently serving on the State Steering Committee for the Colorado Collaborative Management Program for House Bill 1451.

Current Position: Project Management, Program Developer, Mediator, Collaborator, AMB

Education: Bachelor of Arts, Cognitive Psychology, Metropolitan State University of Denver

Lives In: Denver, CO

Areas of Expertise:

  • County and State Government Contracts
  • Facilitation
  • Non-Profit Management
  • Program Implementation
  • Project Management

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