Policy Advisor and Assistant
Mindy Hogue Miller
Mindy became active in state level politics shortly after the 2016 election, following a lifelong career in physical therapy. For the last twenty years, Mindy has been an active volunteer in a variety of non-profits, but has narrowed her focus to advocacy and policy. Prior to holding this position, she served as Senator Fenberg’s aide. In her spare time, Mindy loves to be outside enjoying the beauty of Colorado with her husband and teenage daughters, as well as her three dogs and the revolving door of foster pups that temporarily reside in her home.
Policy and Communications Advisor
Kristen moved to Denver from Washington, DC, where she oversaw the Caspian Policy Center’s research department and focused on a range of issues involving post-Soviet countries. She holds a Master’s degree in Security Policy and National Security Law from the George Washington University. Formerly, Kristen was a Guest Lecturer at College of the Canyons in Southern California and was on the Board of Directors for the United Nations Association of the National Capital Area. Kristen moved to Colorado to continue chasing her dream of climbing the Seven Summits.
Emily recently moved from Dayton, Ohio to Denver. Prior to her move, Emily graduated from Wright State University with her dual Bachelors in Communication Studies and Marketing with a minor in Deaf Studies. While pursuing her undergraduate degree, she was and continues to be involved in advocacy work, specifically in the chronic illness community. Outside of her responsibilities as Senator Fenberg’s Aide and her work in patient advocacy, Emily loves to cook and is currently working on reading every President’s biography.