Tri-County Workforce Development Board

Agendas & Minutes

  1. Tricia Berry
  2. Pam Briar
  3. Bryan Bryant
  4. Jared  Cummings
  5. Molly Duvall
  6. Kelly Folks
  7. Annie Griffith
  8. Mario Ibarra
  9. Chris Kaiser
  10. Sheila Lieder
  11. Annie Lozano
  12. Jonathan Morse
  13. Doreen Raad
  14. Sid Saleh
  15. Leigh Seeger
  16. Michelle Spacht
  17. Sarah J. Turner
  18. Kami Welch

Tricia Berry PhotoTricia Berry
Optum Colorado

Term:  9/30/22-9/30/24

Tricia is the Chief People Officer for Optum Colorado. Partnering with Optum Colorado's executive leadership team, Tricia helps to shape and execute the Human Capital and talent strategies for Optum CO, including culture building, workforce strategy, organization effectiveness, talent agenda, leadership bench strength, and employee experience. Leading the People Team function for an employee population of 1500- spread across roughly 50 clinics in Denver and Colorado Springs. This is Tricia's first term on the Tri-County Workforce Development Board. 


View the Roster of Tri-County Workforce Development Board members (PDF).

Tri-County Workforce Development Board

The Tri-County Workforce Development Board (TCWDB) consists of decision-making individuals reflective of the business demographics in the local area and leaders from the workforce system, education and economic development sectors. It focuses on determining the near- and long-term needs of employers by providing oversight to the American Job Center serving Jefferson, Clear Creek, and Gilpin counties.

Award of Contracts/Grants

After following Jefferson County Purchasing processes, the Tri-County Workforce Development Board awarded a contract to provide on-site tutoring services to Right On Learning, Inc. beginning December 1, 2020.

After following Jefferson County Purchasing processes, the Tri-County Workforce Development Board awarded a contract to provide one-stop operator services to Tracey Blustein, LLC effective July 1, 2022.

Join the Board

The TCWDB is seeking new Board Members from the business community in Jefferson, Clear Creek and Gilpin counties to serve a minimum of two years. The application process (which takes four to six weeks) requires appointment of new TCWDB Members by the Board of County Commissioners.

To apply, see the Tri-County Workforce Development Board volunteer board page within the Board of County Commissioners website.

Contact Us

 If you have questions or comments, please email us.

Equal Opportunity

Business & Workforce Center, a proud partner of the American Job Center Network, is an equal opportunity program; auxiliary services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. This program is funded by U.S. Department of Labor and the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act.

Tri-County Workforce Development Board Documents