Legal Aid Foundation Welcomes New Leadership

DENVER— The Legal Aid Foundation of Colorado is pleased to welcome 11 new Trustees to its Board: Reeves Anderson of Arnold & Porter in Denver, Doug Baer of DISH Network in Englewood, Monique Dupont of Peek Goldstone in Greeley, Heather Hanneman of Haddon Morgan Foreman in Denver, Allison Kostecka of Gibson Dunn in Denver, Suzanne Marsh of the Pueblo County District Attorney General’s Office, Kristen Stewart of Sherman & Howard in Denver, Tina Van Bockern of Holland & Hart in Denver, and John Wharton of Greenberg Traurig in Denver. Also joining the Board in an ex officio capacity are Judge Nathaniel Baca, President of the Colorado Bar Association and Mary Hershewe (Faegre Drinker) Co-Chair of the Foundation’s Associates Advisory Board.

The Board of Trustees directs an ongoing effort to promote equal access to justice in Colorado by raising money to provide necessary civil legal services for low-income individuals and families. The Trustees’ leadership in increasing private support for legal aid helps ensure that the most critical legal needs of vulnerable Coloradans do not go unattended.

Officers for 2023-24 are Chair Jay Sturhahn (Tri-State Generation & Transmission Association); Vice-Chair Chalyse Robinson (WilmerHale); Secretary Jackie Roeder (Davis Graham & Stubbs); Treasurer Nathanael Koch (Causey Demgen & Moore), and Past-Chair Heather Perkins (Faegre Drinker);

About the Legal Aid Foundation of Colorado

The Legal Aid Foundation increases access to justice for low-income Coloradans by raising money for Colorado Legal Services. For more information about the Legal Aid Foundation or to make a donation, please visit For more information about Colorado Legal Services or to apply for services, please visit

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