Citizen Action for Safe Energy’s monthly meeting will focus on the successes and outcomes of the Governor’s Oil and Gas Task Force. Kathleen Staks, Assistant Director for Energy with the Department of Natural Resources, will be our speaker.

****Lunch is on us, so please RSVP to Rachel George at 303-549-2522 or rachel@rbgcommunications.com if you are able to attend.

DATE: Monday April 27th
TIME: Noon – 1pm
LOCATION: Cinzetti’s Restaurant
281 W 104th Avenue
Northglenn, CO 80234

Speaker Bio: Kathleen Staks, Assistant Director for Energy

As Assistant Director for Energy, Kathleen works to develop and implement policy regarding energy development across the state. She advises and coordinates with the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, the Division of Reclamation, Mining and Safety and the Governor’s office.

Prior to joining DNR, Kathleen worked at Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) as the Program Director for Open Space and Parks and Wildlife. In that position, she oversaw land conservation grant programs and managed the relationship between GOCO and Colorado Parks and Wildlife. Before working at GOCO, Kathleen worked on land conservation policy with the Colorado Coalition of Land Trusts. Kathleen has a law degree from the University of Denver and a journalism degree from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas.

About Us

Citizen Action for Safe Energy (CASE) is a grassroots, proactive citizens group that believes and supports reasonable, affordable, dependable, and clean energy development in Colorado. The Committee serves as a means for central information sharing, discussion of industry news/updates, and community action. CASE unites community members, businesses, and industries located in Adams County who understand how energy development can bring numerous benefits to the local community and state.
Created by a group of Adams County community, business, and civic leaders, CASE is making the case for a strong, safe, and vibrant energy diverse community.

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