Sen. Betty Boyd

Born and raised in Connecticut, Betty Boyd received a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology from Upsala College in East Orange, NJ, an institution of the Lutheran Church in America.  She did graduate work in Psychology and Social Work at Fairfield University (CT). Betty and her family moved to Colorado in 1974 and she became active in the Lakewood Community and in the faith community.  She has held congregational, synodical, and national leadership positions in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and Lutheran Church Women in the Lutheran Church in America (a predecessor church body to the ELCA).  She co-chaired the transition team for the Rocky Mountain Synod when the ELCA was created through a three church body merger in 1988. As Director of the Lutheran Office of Governmental Ministry (now Lutheran Advocacy Ministry)...


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Gregory Movesian

Gregory Movesian is the Deputy Director for Development, Marketing and Communications of the Denver Scholarship Foundation as of May 4, 2015. Greg served as Canon Steward of Saint John’s Episcopal Cathedral in Denver, Colorado for nine years, from 2002 until joining Girl Scouts in 2011. Greg has been a fund development professional for 30 years, having begun his career as a fundraising consultant in 1984 with the Martin J. Moran Co. in New York City. In the 1990s he worked with the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund and Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains. In recent years, he has served as Vice President for Institutional Advancement of The Iliff School of Theology in Denver, Colorado and Chief Development Officer for Girl Scouts of Colorado as a member of their senior management team. Greg...


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Amy Brown

Dr. Amy L. Brown moved to Colorado in August 2017 after earning her Ph.D. in Religion and Nature from the University of Florida. Her research focused on pregnancy and the different ways anti-abortion Christians, feminists, and evolutionary biologists describe the relationship between a mother and fetus. She has spent the last 10 years teaching university courses on Religion and Women’s Studies and spends her free time fighting for progressive causes, particularly around reproductive rights and justice.   Currently, she teaches GED math courses at Emily Griffith Technical College and is a coordinator at American Water Works Association. She also enjoys crafting, singing, and enjoying sunny Colorado.


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