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Colorado Public Radio Elects Three New Board of Directors Members, Announces New Board Leadership

Centennial, Colo. June 15, 2022 - Colorado Public Radio today welcomed three new members to its board of directors. The new members are Amy Blair, Carlos P. Hipolito-Delgado and Brandy Shultz. Their term began at the end of the board’s annual meeting today. 

“We are very pleased to bring on these new board members,” said Board Chair Brad Greenwald. “They each come to CPR with a strong passion and belief in its mission, backed by diverse professional and personal experiences that will contribute greatly to the board’s efforts.”

Amy Blair is senior vice president and Chief People Officer for Liberty Global, where she is responsible for leading Liberty Global’s Human Resource function, including its global People Strategy. A 30-year industry veteran, she’s held numerous international leadership positions within Liberty Global and is responsible for founding a number of leadership programs as well as Liberty Global’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Council. Blair currently serves on the Board of Directors of The Cable Center and the Executive Advisory Board for the Daniels School of Business at the University of Denver. In 2013, she was awarded Woman of the Year by Women in Cable Telecommunications Rocky Mountain Chapter.

Carlos P. Hipolito-Delgado is a professor in counseling at the University of Colorado Denver. His research examines the sociopolitical development of marginalized youth and training to improve the cultural competence of counselors. Hipolito-Delgado has over 35 peer reviewed journal and book chapters published on the topics of ethnic identity, internalized racism, empowerment and transformative student voice initiatives. He is the past president of the Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development (AMCD) and past chair of the American Counseling Association Foundation. He has been recognized with the Exemplary Diversity Leadership Award by AMCD and the University of Colorado Denver Faculty Assembly Award for Service. He possesses a Doctor of Philosophy in counselor education from the University of Maryland College Park. Hipolito-Delgado previously served on the CPR Community Advisory Board.

Brandy Schultz is an entrepreneur, founding the award-winning nationwide staffing service Adventure Nannies, host of “Adventure Nannies On Air” podcast, and recently co-founded Sound Future; a nonprofit designed to measure, discover and deploy meaningful environmental solutions for the live entertainment industry. When not at home in Denver, Schultz and her husband Wesley raise their young son and daughter on the road, traveling worldwide with his band, The Lumineers. Schultz’s work has been featured in the New York Times, Parent Magazine, San Francisco Business Chronicles, FOX news online, and more. Her podcast, “Adventure Nannies On Air”, has over 40 episodes and explores the intricacies/pitfalls among caregivers and their employer-families. Schultz previously served on the CPR Community Advisory Board.

Three members have retired from the board: Philip Johnson, who most recently served as chair, Balan Nair and Wag Schorr. Ned Harding and Michelle Sobel were elected to a second term, and the officers for FY23 are Brad Greenwald, chair, Michelle Sobel, vice-chair, Diane Reeder, treasurer, and Rishi Hingoraney, secretary. To learn more about CPR’s board of directors, click here.

CPR Community Advisory Board

Three Community Advisory Board members have retired: Judith Lajoie, who most recently served as chair, Justin Bressler and Jeneye Abele. The new chair is Dennis Ryerson. He was elected to a second term on the board, along with Maria Giordano and Greg Ellenoff. For more information on the Community Advisory Board, click here.


About Colorado Public Radio

Colorado Public Radio is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization delivering meaningful news, music, and cultural experiences to everyone in Colorado using the power of the human voice in all its forms. Roughly 95 percent of CPR’s funds come from the private support of listeners, businesses and foundations. For more information, visit www.cpr.org.

  • CPR News delivers in-depth, insightful and impartial news and information from around the world, across the nation and throughout Colorado, examining its relevance to our state and connecting it to our community.
  • CPR Classical takes listeners on an in-depth exploration of thoughtfully curated music – with an emphasis on Colorado’s classical community – providing context to a broad range of meaningful and compelling works from past to present.
  • Indie 102.3 takes listeners inside the world of new and independent music – exposing them to up-and-coming artists and highlighting Colorado’s local music scene.
  • Denverite is an online news source dedicated to Denver's curious and concerned.
  • KRCC is a public radio station in Colorado Springs, Colorado, serving Southern Colorado. KRCC is operated by Colorado Public Radio in partnership with Colorado College.