OCR's Board of Directors

The Colorado Supreme Court appoints the nine-member child’s representative board (Board) in accordance with the requirements and qualifications found in Colorado Revised Statutes § 13-91-104(2). The Board must consist of three attorneys, three advocates for children in the court system, and three citizens. There must be no more than five members of one political party and six of the seven congressional districts must be represented on the Board. The Board serves without compensation and works cooperatively with OCR’s Executive Director to provide fiscal oversight, participate in policy and funding decisions, and assist in GAL and CASA training, as needed. The diverse and experienced Board represents all seven congressional districts and has a balance of Republican and Democratic members.

(Former) Senator Al White

Photo of (Former) Senator Al White

Biographical Info

Rep. | Third Congressional District | Citizen
Senator White has long been a public servant in his community of Winter Park and as a member of the Colorado Assembly, first in the House of Representatives (2000-2008) and then the Senate (2008-2010). Senator White served as Assistant Majority (Republican) Leader, Vice Chair of the Business Affairs and Labor Committee, and member of the Joint Budget, the Agriculture and Natural Resources, and the Education Committees. He also served on the Water Resources Review and the Legislative Audit Committees. He was the House appointee to the Colorado Tourism Office board. During his 10-year service in the General Assembly, Senator White has consistency supported OCR’s Mission and sponsored S.B. 10-43 which established the OCR as a permanent state agency.

OCR’s Board of Directors meets quarterly and meetings are open to the public. If you’d like to attend an upcoming Board meeting, please RSVP at least a week in advance to info@coloradochildrep.org.