Kit is the Community Services Director for the City of Edgewater and has been involved with CCUA/GMTC since the late 1990s. He previously served as the secretary and CCUA programming chair. During his time with the organization, he has been involved in several committees and projects to help CCUA members protect local control and customer service standards.
Charli Smith is the cable franchise and program administrator for the City and County of Denver. In this role she has participated in the Comcast franchise renewal, aided in updating policies and procedures at Denver Community Media and contributed research for other planned endeavors.
Shannon Chambers-Nelson is the Assistant City Attorney for the City of Greenwood Village. She has worked for Greenwood Village since 2011. She received her Juris Doctorate from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law and her Bachelor of Arts from Western State College in Gunnison Colorado. She has been involved with CCUA since 2017.
Corrine Williams is a Contract Compliance Coordinator for the City and County of Denver where she has worked since 2015. In her Cable Franchise Administrator role, she oversees compliance with Denver’s Cable Franchises and has built sustainable relationships with Denver’s PEG entities and Telecom associates. She is a relative newcomer to the Telecommunications sector and has a background in administration that comes from working for Metropolitan State University of Denver as a Leadership and Travel Coordinator and managing a small local music venue. Corrine is a Colorado native and graduated from MSU Denver with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and minor in Writing.
Connected Colorado Chair
Adam Badertscher is a Video Production Specialist for the city of Thornton, CO. He’s been producing award-winning original content and live meeting coverage for Thornton’s government access channel and associated online platforms since 2006 and is proud to work and live in Thornton. He earned his Bachelor of Arts - Motion Picture/Video/Theater degree from Montana State University.
Todd Barnes is the Communications Director for the city of Thornton. He has been with Thornton since 2001. Todd also served as president of the Greater Metro Telecommunications Consortium, the organization that preceded the CCUA, and then as president of CCUA for 6 years. Todd is also the Vice Chair of the Colorado Channel Authority, appointed first by Governor Hickenlooper and then reappointed by Governor Polis.
Alan DeLollis is the Executive Director for the CCUA. Alan has over 30 years of experience in providing video and television services; including writing and producing products, programming TV channels, contracting services, and has served a term as President of CCUA. He strongly believes better access to connectivity is essential to an informed citizenry and educated electorate.