Eunice is the founder of thirty9 collective, a marketing agency specializing in helping non-profits and small enterprise develop targeted communications strategies. She believes in a society that is built in community and strengthened by the sharing of stories, and that an educated public is the most important facet of democracy.
As a strong advocate for public education, Sue has spent the last decade educating voters about the need to invest in Colorado’s public schools. Grassroots activism and public engagement — urging voters to use their voice in our democracy — has been the driving force in her work. Sue lives in Roxborough Park with her husband and exuberant golden retriever, Boomer.
Justin Cohen is a partner at Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP. Justin is a commercial litigator who counsels clients in disputes concerning contract-based issues, fraud and other business torts, and breach of fiduciary duty. His pro bono work primarily involves assisting domestic violence victims in obtaining civil protection orders, and he is a past president of the Asian Pacific American Bar Association of Colorado. Justin worked with Senator Tom Harkin from Iowa during college and is passionate about protecting our democracy through voter outreach and the promotion of social justice.
Grant works for Vail Resorts in public affairs. Grant comes from a family of public school teachers, has worked in Congress, and is involved with Common Cause to help build a fairer, more responsive government for the next generation of Coloradans. Grant lives in Denver’s Berkeley neighborhood with his wife and young son.
Bill is an attorney in private practice in Denver, representing mostly small businesses and individuals on transactional matters. Many of his clients are restaurants and specialty food producers. His family came to Colorado in the 1800s, and he is dedicated to keeping government open and honest for the next generation.
Jenna is Deputy Legal Counsel to Governor Jared Polis. She is passionate about voting rights and thrilled to be working with Common Cause. Previously, she was Deputy Legal Counsel to Governor John Hickenlooper, an associate at Arnold & Porter LLP, and a judicial law clerk for Justice Monica Márquez of the Colorado Supreme Court.
Jeff has spent over four decades working to build public trust and confidence in government. He began his career in the Government Accountability Office, worked as a senior EPA manager and as a consultant in government accountability and transparency, and returned to GAO’s Center of Audit Excellence as a consultant in April 2021. He has been a CCC board member since 2011 serving as Board Chair for 2 terms.
Robert works for a web-based business training and coaching program where he helps athletes, business owners, executives, and other senior managers with strategic planning and brand direction. Robert believes that everyone should have a voice when it comes to being involved in their community, including having the opportunity to vote. He is a graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Judith first became associated with Colorado Common Cause in the mid-1970s, and became involved with CCC after serving as an Election Judge in Jefferson County in 2002. Judith has been a member of the Colorado Common Cause board of directors since 2003. Judith has a strong interest in elections, government ethics, and the initiative process.
Martha is a partner at Tierney Lawrence LLC in Denver, where her practice emphasizes government relations, election law, and employment law. Martha co-chairs the Colorado Lawyers Committee’s Election Task Force, serves on the Colorado Common Cause Board of Directors, and serves as vice chair of the Common Cause National Governing Board. She is a graduate of Colorado College and Vermont Law School.