Elizabeth Anne Robinson
Consultant at Slalom
Masters of Business Administration, University of Colorado Boulder Bachelors of Science in Management, Case Western Reserve University (Cleveland, OH)
Volunteer at Dumb Friends League
While I have not formally organized or represented for Colorado interest groups, I have volunteered my time as an animal care and behavior volunteer at the Dumb Friends League for nearly five years, supporting and informally advocating for animal welfare in Colorado.
To increase representation of women on the commission and to contribute thoughtfully and fairly on behalf of Colorado's diverse citizenry.
My professional and educational backgrounds have prepared me to work and collaborate with others representing different experiences and points of view. I have lived in other parts of the country where political views are varied and can understand and appreciate the influence of local issues, economies, and cultures on our broader political ecosystem.
As a consultant and analyst I have spent all of my 10 year career working with teams from diverse professional backgrounds to figure out how to address questions and problems to which there are no clear solutions. This includes work in market and competitive analysis, customer data analytics, and process improvement for employers and clients ranging from global manufacturing to the ski and hospitality industries.