Cole Falconer Hanson
Self employed business owner. Previously employed as mechanical engineer.
B.S Mechanical Engineering, University of Colorado
No donations, limited political activity.
Board Member of the Downtown Development Authority in Grand Junction.
As a business owner I am actively involved in organizing fundraisers and donating to various non-profits that align with our business values, mainly related to conservation efforts and increasing outdoor recreation among our youth community.
Redistricting is arguably the most important component of democracy and ensuring that it is completed in a fair and unbiased way is paramount to a healthy democratic system.
I tend to take a very logical, data backed approach to problem solving which leads itself to being impartial and fair. Consensus is best reached when opinions are not the driving factor but evidence is.
Having worked as a mechanical engineer and business owner for over seven years has trained me well for applying reason and logic to problem solving. Everything from running FEA (finite element analysis) in complex designs to making difficult business decisions with business partners is driven by understanding the system as a whole and looking at the problem from every direction to be able to have all the available knowledge to make the best decision possible