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GSF Announces New Leadership!
17th Jul

2013

GSF Announces New Leadership!

The Golden Schools Foundation (GSF) is pleased to announce the election of a new Chair, Kimberly Brock.  The appointment was announced following a meeting of GSF’s Board of directors on June 4, 2013.

Kimberly Brock is a Golden resident and the Owner of Brock Consulting.  She serves as Vice-President for Shelton Elementary PTSA, and as Golden-Green Mountain Area Articulation Vice President for Jeffco PTA. Additionally, she was an active member of the City of Golden Economic Development Commission, Golden Articulation Chair for Citizens for Jeffco Schools (3A/3B), and served on the Board of the Leadership Golden Alumni Association. She is married and has three children in Golden-area schools.

“The road the foundation has followed to date has been honorable and driven by the actions of a small and motivated group of citizens who care deeply about the community fabric of Golden. We all appreciate the role that schools play in a community, from the futures of our children, to economic development, to community pride. GSF, with a deeply ethical and Golden-focused approach, has contributed mightily to the community conversation about school quality and has consistently driven positive change. It is a noble organization with noble goals. Under Kim’s leadership it is my sincere hope that GSF grows in influence, accomplishments and capability,” said Greg Poulos, Outgoing Chair, GSF.

“GSF has done remarkable work, and it is my privilege to build upon that.  I am very humbled by my new role as we continue to support and promote all of our schools in Golden. I have spent many years as a public education advocate and as a supporter of our city. Taking on an active role within GSF will allow me to continue building and strengthening relationships within the city, the district, and with parents and students to further enhance our schools,” said Kimberly Brock.

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