Dave was raised in Wisconsin, built his career on the East Coast for 9 years, and has lived in Boulder, CO since 1994. His husband, Mike Mills, is an Atmospheric Scientist at NCAR. Dave took an early retirement package from Cisco Systems in the summer of 2011, so is enjoying travel and interesting projects.
Dave’s professional experience is in Telecommunications and Internet Services. He worked for ten years as technical staff for the Bell Telephone system, six years in Cable TV industry, and eleven years for Cisco (internet equipment and services). He writes frequent commentaries in the Daily Camera as a member of the Editorial Advisory Board. From 1997 through 2011 he was on the Board of Directors of Out Boulder, Boulder’s LGBT Community Center, where he was Treasurer for three years and President for one year. He has also been serving on the Boulder County AIDS Project board since 2012, where he was President for one year and is currently Secretary.
Videographer and film post production professional who has worked in many local high schools teaching film, media literacy and editing. He is a bicultural and bilingual Guatemalan immigrant.
Audrey received a degree in Government from Simmons College in Boston, MA and after a few years working in Boston at the State House there, hightailed it out to Colorado where she has remained for 43 years. She has worked for the State of Colorado in the Legislative (Bill) Drafting Office and Legislative Council Office. Other employment has included personnel work, paralegal work and time in marketing.
Community volunteer work includes volunteer and/or board positions for: Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence; Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art; Intercambio Uniting Communities; Boulder Community United; Strategies to End Oppression; the Mountain States Anti-Defamation League; work on many political campaigns through the years and former involvement in working for equitable education for the Boulder Valley School District.
Growing up in Vermont, seeing theater and reading literature were the only ways to learn about the lives of people whose experiences were different from mine. They were instrumental in shaping my world view. That is why the work of Motus Theatre has resonated so deeply with me – extremely smart, creative, powerful theater performances that holds great promise of changing hearts and minds towards understanding and work towards a more inclusive and just future. It is a privilege to serve on this Board of passionate and incredibly gifted people with Kirsten Wilson as its leader.
She is married to Andy Franklin, a software engineer, and mother to son Sam.
Assistant Director of Student Systems at the University of Colorado. Member of the Boulder Human Relations Commission.
Lorenzo most recently played Satanás in Su Teatros’s production of Luis Valdez’s La Pastorela in Denver. Other recent credits include: Rocks, Karma, Arrows at the Atlas Theatre in Boulder; Sicario/Macbeth, a story linking the lives of an assassin in the Mexican drug cartel and Shakespeare’s Macbeth at Naropa University, and the Local Lab presented at the Boulder Chautauqua. Among the various theatres he has worked are: The RED CAT and The Ahmanson Theatre in L.A., San Jose Repertory Theatre, Seattle Repertory, Arizona Theatre Company, six seasons at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, El Teatro Campesino, Colorado Shakespeare Festival, and is a regular guest at the Independent Shakespeare Company in Los Angeles and a member of Tim Robbin’s The Actor’s Gang. Lorenzo’s MFA is from PTTP at the University of Delaware and is a core faculty associate professor and head of the BFA in Performance of at Naropa University.
Alexis has a long history of social activism including 10 years as a volunteer with various peace & social justice programs of the American Friends Service Committee whose mission includes challenging and changing the systems that lead to interpersonal and group violence. She has served on numerous boards and advisory committees and is currently a member of the City of Boulder’s Community Development Advisory Board. Alexis holds a law degree from the University of Michigan and worked for the Michigan State Legislature and the United Auto Workers Legal Services Plan before being recruited to set up the HR department for AGIS, one of the original big five internet backbone providers. She currently serves as the HR Director for a local division of GE. Alexis feels honored to a founding board member of Motus Theater. Positions held: Board President
James Walker, 2012-2013
Sue Brightman, 2012-2013
Charlotte LaSasso, 2012- 2015
Kim Decker, 2012-2016
Flor Marquez, 2012-2015
Janet Heimer, 2014-2016
Glenda Russell, 2014-2016
Erika Blum, 2014-2016
Alexis Halkovic, 2014-2016
Sabrina Sideris, 2014-2016