Renee Anderson is a Colorado native, and nearly 30-year resident of Douglas County. Renee enjoys finding collaborative solutions to keep Douglas County the place that families want to live, work and play.
She received her Occupational Therapy degree from CSU “a long time ago”, and has been lucky enough to work part time in that field while raising kids and volunteering her collaborative nature and problem solving skills as part of a team of charter schools founders, and now on the Highlands Ranch Metro District board, the South Metro Fire Rescue Authority board, and the Highlands Ranch Law Enforcement Training Foundation.
She understands that public safety plays a very large role in creating communities that are desirable for people to live, thrive and connect. Well trained law enforcement throughout the county and the state keep the citizens, businesses and other first responders protected 24/7.