- President, Candace Kristensson
- Vice President,
- Secretary, Chesney Johnson
- Co-Treasurers, June Morgan and Ryan Zorn
Candace Kristensson, President
Candace grew up in Aurora (Anschutz will always be Fitz in her mind,) and has been back in Denver and University Park since 2012. Candace is an organic chemistry professor by training and taught at DU for a couple of years. Currently she is a full time unpaid worker and full time volunteer (some might say stay at home mom) who has been very active with our fabulous public elementary school, University Park. Some of her passions are environmental awareness and justice, public education, and safe, effective movement of people (not cars). It was the mobility survey that got her more involved with UPCC. If you ever are along Iliff, you have seen Candace walking her kids Carl and Elna to school- say hi.
Chesney Johnson, Secretary
Chesney was born and raised in Centennial, CO. She doubled majored in Journalism and Communications at the University of Northern Colorado where she swam for four years. After graduation she entered in the dental field and currently is the Operations Manager for a periodontal practice in Denver. She and her husband Aaron added to their family this spring with a puppy named Marlo and are expecting their first child this December 2019. When not working Chesney is a bee keeper, a member of the Junior League of Denver and trains for triathlons.
CO-Treasurers, June Morgan and Ryan Zorn
Longer ago than she can remember, June Morgan was elected Co-Treasurer of UPCC with her late husband, Joe, owner of Morgan’s Pharmacy, at Evans and South Downing. June had moved to Denver in 1958. She and her then-husband, and children lived on South St. Paul Street, next door to Joe and his family. After both June and Joe lost their spouses, Joe asked June out for ice cream. They were married in 1972 and moved their large family to South Monroe Street.
June is a watercolorist, gardener, and frequent hostess, opening her home to her monthly art groups, as well as the regular UPCC Board meetings. She has 10 grandchildren and six great grandchildren, and weekly family dinners, cooked by June, will include two to 10 people around the table.
Ryan was born and raised in Fort Morgan, CO. Upon graduation from Colorado School of Mines in 1996, he spent 13 years working in Houston and New York in various investment banking and fund management roles each focused on the oil and gas sector. He returned home to Colorado in 2009 and continues to be actively involved in roles within the energy industry. He and his wife, Lisa, have three young children, two boys and a girl.