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Become a Candidate in the Denver Employees Retirement Plan Advisory Committee Election

The Denver Employees Retirement Plan (DERP) Advisory Committee has an open seat to be filled by a vested, active employee or a retired member. The elected member will assume office July 1, 2021. If you are interested, you must submit the Denver Employees Retirement Plan Advisory Committee Intent to Run Form by 5:00 p.m., on Friday, April 16, 2021.

Your information will be shared with DERP membership and voting will open through Survey Monkey April 26 – May 14, 2021. The advisory committee winner will be announced at the May 21, 2021 retirement board meeting.

About the Advisory Committee

The advisory committee consists of voluntary and unpaid non-voting members who are elected by membership to serve staggered 3-year terms. One seat is filled by a vested, active Denver City and County (city) or Denver Health and Hospital Authority (DHHA) employee, one seat is filled by a retired member, and another seat is appointed by the Denver Career Service Board. The fourth seat can be filled by an active, vested city or DHHA employee or a retired member.

An election is held every spring to elect, or re-elect, a member. An advisory committee member represents city employees, DHHA covered employees, and DERP retired members and presents suggestions and questions to the DERP retirement board. (Revised Municipal Code, Section 18-405(d))

Advisory committee members

Name
Heather Britton
George Delaney
Frank Fresquez
Andrew Luxen
Status
Appointed by the Career Service Board
Retired Member
Retired Member
Active Member
Term Expires
June 2023
June 2021
June 2022
June 2023
 

 

 

About the Retirement Board

The retirement board’s role is to ensure the Denver Employees Retirement Plan is appropriately governed and managed. The board acts as trustees for active members, retired members, and their beneficiaries and oversees the investment of assets, approves the operating budget, and sets policy. One member must be a vested, active employee and one must be a retired member.

Retirement board members

Name
Diane Barrett
Maurice Goodgaine
Guadalupe Gutierrez-Vasquez
Lisa Zúñiga Ramirez, CFA
Eric S. Rothaus
Status
Retired Member

Active Member
Term Expires
Jan 1 2026
Jan 1 2023
Jan 1 2027
Jan 1 2025
Jan 1 2022
 

 

 

Retirement Board Meetings

There are eight retirement board meetings each year that are open to members and the public. Unless otherwise noted, meetings are held the third Friday of the month at 8:00 a.m. Special meetings may be held between regular meetings to conduct business that cannot wait until the next regularly scheduled board meeting.

Retirement board meeting agendas are posted on the DERP website prior to the meeting. Meeting minutes are posted after retirement board approval, generally at the next regularly scheduled meeting.