Meet the Trustees
Meet Western's Board of Trustees
Linda A. Morton
Re-appointed December 2011 • Term expires December 2015
Linda Morton served ten years on the Lakewood, Colorado City Council and eight years as Mayor of Lakewood. During that time she was Chairwoman of DRCOG (Denver Regional Council of Governments), Chairwoman of the Metro Mayors Caucus, and a member of the Board of the National League of Cities and the National Association of Regional Council of Governments. She also served as Vice President of the Colorado Municipal League. Currently she owns Morton Consulting Co. and serves on the board of the Bell Policy Center, Civic Results and is Vice Chairwoman of the Post/News Colorado Colfax Marathon Board.
Meyer M. Saltzman
Re-appointed December 2012 • Term expires December 2016
Meyer Saltzman is a certified public accountant and partner with Saltzman Hamma Nelson Massaro LLP, an accounting and consulting firm in Denver, which he founded in 1975 and merged with a national firm in 1997. His practice areas include litigation support, business formation, capital acquisition, business valuation, and real estate matters. He also is a Diplomat of the American Board of Forensic Accounting and holds a Colorado real estate broker’s license. Saltzman also is involved with a variety of philanthropic, community, and professional organizations. Among those are the Caring for Colorado Foundation, the National Jewish Fund’s Mountain States Council, Community Associations Institute, and Colorado Concern, a political action committee for improving the economy, education, and quality of life in Colorado.
City and County of Denver
Appointed December 2011 • Term expires December 2015
George Delaney served as Budget Director for the State of Colorado from 1994 through 1998. He spent a 32-year career with the State of Colorado including twelve years as a manager in the State Department of Corrections and twelve years in the Executive Budget Office as Deputy and Director. Delaney worked in the Colorado Community College System from 1998 through his state retirement in 2005. During this period, he served as system Vice President for Finance; Executive Vice President; and Interim Chief Operating Officer responsible for all administration of the 13 college Community College system. Currently Delaney serves as Deputy Manager for the Department of Public Works in the City and County of Denver appointed by Mayor John Hickenlooper. He is responsible for all administrative and financial operations in the Department and citywide fleet management.