Nina Hoffert- Chair, Board of Advisors
Fleet Manager, City of Lakewood
firstname.lastname@example.org - 303-987-7790
Nina Hoffert is the Fleet Manager for the City of Lakewood, Colorado. She has been a member of the Denver Metro Clean Cities Coalition since 1997 and an advisory board member since 2005. She initiated the use of biodiesel for Lakewood’s diesel fleet beginning in 2003. She is an avid promoter of alternative vehicle fuels and reduction of petroleum use in the City of Lakewood. She and her husband own a Honda Civic GX primarily fueled by a natural gas compressor in their garage.
Curt Huber- Board of Advisors
Executive Director, American Lung Association in Colorado
email@example.com - 303-388-4327
Curt Huber currently serves as the Executive Director of the American Lung Association in Colorado, and is also the Senior VP of Development for the ALA of the Southwest. Prior to that, he was the Executive Director of Colorado/Wyoming/Montana for the American Diabetes Association. Curt started his health agency career with the National Multiple Sclerosis Society in 1983, as the Executive Director for the Central North Carolina Chapter. After 10 years in this position, he was hired by the national office of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, where he served initially as an Assistant Area Director and later as Area Director for the Western United States. Before his voluntary health agency experience, he worked in the Virginia public welfare system and for the Denver Regional Council of Governments in the Office on Aging. Curt has a B.A. in Sociology/Anthropology from UNC-Greensboro, an M.A. in Religious Studies from UVA-Charlottesville, an MSW from the University of Denver., and an MPA from the University of Denver.
Matthew Marshall, Board of Advisors
City & County of Denver, Greenhouse Gas Reduction Program Administrator
Matthew.firstname.lastname@example.org – 720-913-1516
Matthew currently serves as the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Program Administrator for the City and County of Denver Department of Environmental Health. He is responsible for establishing partnerships with other city agencies, businesses, and non-profits to implement greenhouse gas reduction projects that support Denver’s Climate Action Plan. Prior to coming to Denver, Mr. Marshall worked on energy and alternative transportation planning, policy, and project development in California, including developing alternative-fueling infrastructure for the California Hydrogen Highway initiative.