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James Geddes - Director District B

Term expires November 2017

Dr. Jim Geddes spent most of his childhood in Colorado - Grand Junction and Denver, graduating from Denver's South High School where he participated year-round in varsity athletics. He attended the University of Colorado, earning a B.A. degree, and subsequently moved on to attend the University of Colorado School of Medicine. He spent seven years in surgical training at the University of Texas - Southwestern Medical School (Parkland Hospital, Dallas Children's Medical Center, and Dallas V.A. Hospital). He completed his General Surgery and Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery residencies in 1984, and then completed his formal training at the Children's Hospital of Boston (Harvard Medical School) completing a fellowship in pediatric cardiac surgery. He then returned to Texas where he practiced pediatric cardiac surgery until finally returning to his beloved Colorado in the mid '90s, where he continues an active clinical practice now as an acute care general and trauma surgeon. He served as a C.U. Regent from 2009-2015. For the last 12 years, Dr. Geddes has resided in the Sedalia area with his wife, Erin, and their two children, Aeva and Gavin. He enjoys participating in many various family activities, including hunting, fishing, and traveling.

Anne-Marie Lemieux - Director District C

Term expires November 2019

In 2004, Anne-Marie and her husband, Doug, moved to Highlands Ranch with their children Hannah, who attends Baylor University, and Jack, who attends Highlands Ranch High School. After receiving her Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education from Baylor University, Anne-Marie taught elementary school for seven years before becoming a stay-at-home mother, as well as an active school and church volunteer. Anne-Marie is passionate about public education and has dedicated much of her time over the past several years helping develop the community group Douglas County Parents. She enjoys travel, reading, community service and outdoor activities.

Steven Peck - Director District E

 Term expires November 2017

After serving in the Navy, Steve and Sarah moved to Douglas County in 2014 with their two children, Brielle and Eli.  Steve holds a Masters of Business Administration in Healthcare Management from Loma Linda University and a Bachelors of Science from Andrews University. He earned a commission as a Medical Service Corps Officer in 2008 and deployed with the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit in 2013.  He continues to serve in the Navy Reserves with the 4th Medical Battalion and manages the Urology and Urogynecology practices at UCHealth Anschutz Campus.  He enjoys skiing, biking, camping, rafting and spending time with friends and family.

David Ray - Director District F

Term expires November 2019

David and his wife, Becky have lived in Parker since 1989.  He has two children, Megan and Michael, who attended Douglas County Schools from kindergarten through graduation.  He received a Masters of Counseling from CCU and is a Registered Psychotherapist (LPCC) at Southeast Christian Counseling Center.  David also has a Masters Degree of Education and previously served Douglas County Schools as an elementary principal for 23 years.  During this time he opened three schools (Coyote Creek Elementary, Prairie Crossing Elementary, and Mammoth Heights Elementary).  He served as principal of South Elementary during which it was recognized as a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence. David also helped launch the district’s Outdoor Education Program and has served on multiple committees including: the Fiscal Oversight Committee, Responsive Government Project Team, Human Resources Advisory Council, Building Specification and Review Committee, and coordinated the Principal Mentorship Program.  His community service has included serving on the Parker Planning Commission, delivering Meals on Wheels and InterFaith Task Force food bank.  

Judith Reynolds - Vice President, Director District D

Term expires November 2017 

Judi, Scott and their three children live in rural Douglas County. All of their children attend neighborhood schools and are involved in a variety of activities. Judi holds a Masters of Education from East Tennessee State University and a Bachelor of Science in Education from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. She continues to be involved as a volunteer at her children's schools and is also a volunteer Girl Scout leader and day camp director. Prior to serving on the board, Judi was the recorder for the District Accountability Committee and served on two School Accountability Committees.

Meghann Silverthorn - President, Director District G

Term expires November 2017

Meghann and her husband, Jeff, live in Parker. She works as an analyst for the Department of Defense. Meghann is a Colorado native and holds a BS in Aerospace Engineering Sciences and a BA in Political Science from the University of Colorado at Boulder. She has previously worked for the Air Force Research Laboratory. Meghann grew up overseas and has been educated internationally, including in the IB curriculum.  Her interests include volunteering for her church’s music programs and spending time with her husband.

Wendy Vogel - Director District A

Term expires November 2019

Wendy and her husband, Marty, have lived in Highlands Ranch since 2003. They have two children, Ben and Lauren, who are Douglas County students. Wendy holds a bachelor's degree in Psychology from Wake Forest University and a master's degree in counseling from Chapman University. Prior to having children, she worked in federal prisons doing substance abuse treatment and case management. Wendy now owns a quilting business and has served on the Long Range Planning Committee and several School Accountability Committees. Her positions on SACs have included Chair, Recorder and Liaison to the District Accountability Committee.