Meet Angie

My husband Jeff Anderson and I moved to Louisville in 2001. It has been an awesome place to raise my two daughters, Jennifer and Michelle Anderson. My daughters started at Fireside Elementary and continued on through the BVSD school system. Both are now in college, but I am grateful for the wonderful teachers and administrators that gave them a fantastic start.

After we moved here, I started volunteering on the Fireside School Improvement Team, with the TAG program, and with the District Accountability Committee and I spent 7 years as the crossing guard ensuring that children were able to get to school safely. I also served 8 years on the Colorado State Advisory Committee for the Gifted and Talented. I was a girl scout leader for the Flatirons Service Unit for 6 years.

I have served on the boards of 11 area non-profits, including the League of Women Voters, the Autism Society of Boulder County, the ARC of Colorado, and the Safe Shelter for St. Vrain Valley and have been very active in local politics. I ran for the state legislature in 2012.

It has been an honor to be a part of the Louisville Cultural Council for the past 3 years. The Cultural Council is responsible for programming the summer concert series, Young Writer’s Workshop, NaNoWriMo, and coordinating the arts programs and theater programs at the Louisville Arts Center.

Angie at the cross walk in front of Fireside ElementaryThis past summer I was the Event Chair for the East Boulder County Relay for Life which brought together hundreds of volunteers and raised over $65,000 for the American Cancer Society. I also helped organize an event sponsored by the Colorado Women’s Foundation called “Women Powering Change” which brought together over 100 nonprofits and other organizations to share ideas and information.

These are some of the things I’ve been involved with over the past 14 years.


Louisville Committees


Health and Human Welfare

Voter Advocacy and Information


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