Ruth Falkenberg is a life-long Denverite; worked in all aspects of real estate (development, management, financing, construction); former member and chair of Planning Board and Landmark Preservation Commission.
Christine Ford, a licensed psychotherapist in private practice in Denver, is a former editor of The Urban Design Forum and Historic Denver News, and past director of the Colorado Heritage Area Partnership.
Patricia O'Leary is an architect and a full-time educator.
Nan O'Neal is a Denver-based writer. She is the former editor of the Historic Denver News and a member of the Denver Womens’ Press Club.
Lisa Purdy is a historic preservation consultant who has been active in urban design and preservation for 30 years, both locally and nationally. She has developed inner-city properties, was on the board and staff of Historic Denver and The Downtown Denver Partnership, and was a leader in the formation of the LoDo historic district. Ms. Purdy served on the 1984 Downtown Area Plan Committee and won a one-year fellowship to Harvard University in 1996
Roz Schneider is a principal of Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture. . She was a commissioner on the Denver Landmark Preservation Commission for nine years. She is currently a Trustee on the Colorado Historical Foundation.
Katharine Smith-Warren is an art curator and advisor who has worked on public sculpture and art installations in Colorado for over 20 years. She has published numerous articles on art and architecture and created exhibitions for museums and art centers.