The function of the Human Relations Commission is to foster mutual respect and understanding, and to create an atmosphere conducive to the promotion of amicable relations among all members of the Greeley community, to serve as a vehicle through which the citizens can convey their suggestions on the policies of local government with respect to social problems, to be sensitive to the social needs of the citizens, and to advise and assist the City government in relating human relations and social service programs to the needs of the people.
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Contact Sharon McCabe, Human Resources Director, 350-9714 or Sharon.McCabe@greeleygov.com
2nd Monday of each month at 12:30 p.m.
Greeley Recreation Center, Room 201, 651 10th Avenue (verify meeting dates by checking the agendas)
Mr. Davis has served on the Greeley Human Relations Commission since January 2015. He also serves a member for the Council for Diversity and Inclusion for the Association of College Unions International.
Mr. Davis has experience working in student services on university campuses in Alaska, California, and Colorado. He provides brings expertise in supervision, event planning, budgets and contracting, intercultural and inclusivity education, assessment, research, and conflict management.
With a decade of demonstrated experience in fostering strong communities in three different states, I am excited about furthering respect, understanding, appreciation, and harmony in Greeley. My hope is to celebrate our community and ensure we live in a place where every person is valued.
Lonnie was active with Human Relations Commission in the past when Anne Heiman was chair. He is active in social action with the United Methodist Church in U.S. and World Methodist Church. He is retired from being the Senior Pastor, '97-06, of First UMC, Greeley and maintains ecumenical involvement with other religious groups in Greeley community and area. A Trustee of the Iliff School of Theology for nearly 20 years and delegate to the World Methodist Conference, Brighton, England
Married 57 years, with children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren, Lonnie remains active with the United Methodist Church and the Iliff School of Theology and wants to help Greeley become an even better place to live, for all its citizens!
Rick is aware of the privileges that come with being an 81 year old cisgender white male, born and raised in the United States. He is an ordained minister of the United Church of Christ and a California Licensed Family Therapist, now retired. Upon retirement Rick and his wife Wynne Levelle, an elementary school teacher, moved from Santa Rosa, California in 2002 to be near Rick’s three children, from his first marriage, and 14 grandchildren who all lived in Greeley and Eaton. Rick is a graduate from Greeley High School, the University of Iowa and Union Theological Seminary in New York City. He was the Las Vegas Strip Chaplain in the 1960’s, and has served churches in Iowa and California. He was a General Relief social worker in Los Angeles County before becoming a Community Services Coordinator for L.A. County Mental Health Services where he directed a large juvenile justice diversion program for youth and their parents. He established private practices in Marriage and Family Counseling in Southern California and later in Santa Rosa. For 22 years he owned a full line Hewlett Packard Computer dealership with his brother in Santa Rosa
Rick is the current convener of the Greeley Interfaith Association meetings and serves as the Coordinator of the all-volunteer G.I.A. Clothing Bank providing low cost clothing and vouchers to needy families. He is the Vice President of PFLAG Greeley supporting LGBTQIA persons and their families in Greeley. He also serves on the Holocaust Memorial Observance Committee planning annual week-long observances of that traumatic period in our history. Rick and Wynne are active members of First Congregational Church, UCC in Greeley where Rick leads a weekly adult class on progressive theology.
Social justice, affirmation of diversity, conflict management, finding ways for people to respectfully bridge their political/religious differences and active listening to our human stories are among Rick's deep passions.
Lisa Taylor is the Executive Director of Right to Read of Weld County where she oversees the operations of the adult education center. She serves on four boards and loves being a part of this community. She has worked in the public school system and in 2 post-secondary institutions prior to her work in the non-profit world. Her background in education and my current job afford opportunities to work effectively with and for the very diverse minority groups in Greeley.
"Building bridges and opening lines of communication between various groups to get to know one another and collaborate on projects to build up our city is work that excites and fulfills me."
Roger Muller is a retired Police Lieutenant and currently a professor in Criminal Justice. He has a background in criminal investigations, administration, budget, patrol operations, SWAT operations, Drug task force, and a CTE teaching certificate and professor of criminal justice. He served in US Navy for 4 years including 1 tour of Viet Nam, graduated from Aims Community College with an AAS in Criminal Justice, graduated Regis College with a BS in Business Administration, and also graduated from Southern Police Institute's Command school at the University of Louisville.
Roger has served as member or chair for Domestic Violence Coalition, School District #6 School Attendance Review Board, Domestic Violence Treatment Certification Board, Suicide Education and Support Services, Weld Information and Referral Services, Aims Criminal Justice Advisory Board, Aims Part-time Employee committee, St. Mary Parish Council, Moose Lodge 909, Knights of Columbus-Past Grand Knight Council 2160, Past Faithful Navigator Assembly 89, Former District Deputy District 1, Past State Deputy-Colorado, and current District Master-4th Degree.
Roger has been married to Margaret 45 years and has two children; Roger Jr a Colorado Springs police detective, and Jeanine, Victim Advocate for US Air Force at Buckley AFB. Roger has four grandchildren: three boys and one girl.
I have been a member of the Greeley Community for the last 36 years. I attended UNC to get my teaching degree and then and have been a member of the Greeley Evans School District for the past 32 years. I taught at Centennial Elementary School and have been an administrator at both Scott Elementary School as well as at Madison Elementary School. My husband and I have raised two boys who call Greeley their home no matter where they may live. I am happy to represent our community on behalf of the Greeley Evans School District.
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