Amanda Allhouse

I have served on the CPUN board in various capacities since 2009 and continue to appreciate the role of CPUN in facilitating communication across the community between residents, city officials, and businesses.

I was president of CPUN (2016-21) during the years when the community name change gained momentum, and I’m so proud of how this organization facilitated the community selection of an alternative name.

Prior to serving as CPUN president I was chair of the CPUN outreach committee, which involved being a resource for the block captain network and facilitating the monthly block captain/outreach meetings, and secretary for the CPUN board.

My initial work on the board was with the Outreach, Sustainability and Education Committees. The Sustainability committee hosted a sustainability seminar series in the fall of 2009, and planned the first Earth Night celebration the evening of Earth Day (April22) in 2010. In the fall of 2009 I worked with the CPUN education committee to collect and analyze data for this Community’ s Child Count to provide current estimates to Denver Public Schools of the number of children ages 0-4 in this community. I got to know CPUN (then SUN) as a block captain when hosting our first block party in 2008.

My family has lived here since 2004, and we have two daughters who attended Westerly Creek and Bill Roberts. I am currently an Analyst with the Government Accountability Office (GAO), where I help the federal government improve the efficiency and effectiveness of government programs. I was also a writer and editor in the newsletter industry, and worked for a non-profit organization helping local communities set up farmers markets. In the 1990s I lived in Latin America and England, where I worked as a journalist and completed a Masters degree in Social Policy and Planning at LSE. I am also a trained legal, social, and family mediator.
Matt Blackburn

I have been a Denver resident since the mid-nineties, and moved to Central Park with my wife and two daughters ten years ago. I love all that Central Park has to offer – the schools, parks, restaurants, and neighbors. Central Park has also offered me the opportunity to pursue my professional passion as a Certified Public Accountant, with the majority of my clients coming from the neighborhood. I have served as a board member and treasurer of both the Central Park Artists and Central Park Business Association. On the CPUN board I am looking forward to working on fundraising and supporting community events.

Chris Broderick
My wife and I have been Central Park residents since fall 2020 when we retired and returned to Denver after living in Portland, Oregon, where I was Associate Vice President at Portland State University. Prior to that, I was an editor and reporter for 32 years in Portland, Denver, Phoenix and Las Vegas. In Denver, I was an editor and reporter for more than 12 years at the Rocky Mountain News, covering Mayors Pena and Webb, Denver city government, the Colorado Legislature, Denver Public Schools, Colorado higher education and other news beats. I am currently a freelance writer for several digital publications, and my wife, Mary Gay Broderick, writes for UC Health system. We have three grown daughters; two live and work here in Denver and our middle daughter attends graduate school at NYU.
graduate school at NYU.
Courtney Dickey
I moved to Denver in 2008 sight unseen and instantly fell in love with Colorado. I have lived in Central Park since 2010 with my husband, Bryan. We welcomed our twins in 2014 and purchased our second Central Park home. I have a B.A. in Political Science and received my MPA from Florida State University. I have spent my career with non-profits because helping others is truly what drives me. I manage Human Resource Information Systems and Analytics. I use systems and data to help control and monitor employee actions and predict future behaviors. I have served on Sub-HOAs and I am currently the President elect for Swigert International School’s PTA. Involvement in our community is important to me because I believe I have a social responsibility to improve our community and set an example for others.
I was born and raised in Colorado, graduating from Chatfield Senior High, and earning a B.A. at CU Boulder where I met my husband. After earning a Ph.D. in anthropology, living in several states, and a year a France, my husband and I were thrilled in 2014 to move back to our home state to become professors in the CU system. My research and teaching focus on the depth of human environmental impacts. I have forged a relationship with a local non-profit which builds gardens at schools around Denver, educates on how to garden, harvest, cook, and dispose of food while producing zero waste. I have established a consortium to train and financially help students from all backgrounds and financial situations participate fully in international projects and to support women in archaeology. I am the mother of a toddler who is growing much too fast. As a family, we love to spend time outdoors, in the mountains, and with parents and grandparents.
Tricia Houston
I have lived in Central Park for 11 years with my husband and 3 sons. I have been a mortgage broker for 25 years and own Lending Maven Mortgage. I wanted to get involved with CPUN so I can help advocate for our residents to help better our community. In my profession, I often hear about the “why” people want to move to Central Park so keeping our community desirable is very important to myself and my family as we love living here. In my free time, I enjoy volunteering in my sons schools and being involved in all of their activities and playing Pickleball.
Carol Hunter

I volunteered for the CPUN Transportation Committee in 2019 to help foster a safe, inviting community for pedestrians, bicyclists, skaters, runners and drivers. That decision led to further involvement in the community through the CPUN Board. Although my husband, John Colvin, and I are relatively new to Colorado, having moved here in 2017, we visited our extended family in Denver for 20 years. We’re delighted with the wonderful neighbors in Conservatory Green and other parts of the community. We were also thrilled and surprised when our adult son chose to move to Denver in 2018. As an educator in Albuquerque and San Diego, I worked as a middle school classroom teacher, college instructor, staff developer, community liaison for a San Diego school board member, and instructional leader in literacy for grades 6-12. These roles gave me extensive experience in interacting with parents, students, teachers, administrators, political entities, and other community members to problem-solve inside and outside of schools. Community service has been my professional and personal practice throughout my adult life.

Mark has intermittently been a CPUN board member over the past 11 years, and most recently rejoined the board in May 2017. He currently serves as CPUN’s Secretary. Mark’s interests are centered on sustainability and building community. Mark and his spouse moved to the South End neighborhood in 2005, and he volunteered to serve as a Block Captain soon after. In the time since, Mark has opened his own public opinion consulting firm and become a parent to two great kids, Leah and Maddox. Mark has previously served as CPUN President and on the Education, Outreach, and Sustainability Committees.

Bryan Penny

Having been a resident of his neighborhood since 2003, I have to say I have no regrets making the move. I got involved in CPUN at a meeting in a pocket park in late 2003 and have enjoyed my time in the organization. I am the Treasurer of the CPUN Board. While this position isn’t as glamorous as some of the other positions, I enjoy the position and it is one of the necessary evils with any organization. I am also currently the webmaster for the CPUN website and think it continues to be a work in process. In addition to the CPUN Board, I am also serving as one of the residents’ representatives on the Public Art Committee. I’m very proud of the projects that have been installed to date. Professionally, I am a Vice President for American Express. I have an undergraduate degree from the University of Illinois in Economics and Accounting and an MBA from Webster University in St. Louis. I have lived in Denver since 2000. I live with my husband, Matt and our two cats. I also have a son, Dion, who lives in Fort Lauderdale, FL. My hobbies are traveling, working around the house and bridge.

My wife and I moved to the North End of Central Park in 2020 and were drawn by the neighborhood’s sense of community, commitment to sustainability, interesting architecture, and parks. We’ve since started a family and feel lucky to call this place our home – I feel privileged to be part of this organization and look forward to serving the community.

I studied Political Science at The Ohio State University and have done my best to stay involved – since moving to Denver I’ve volunteered with Habitat for Humanity, Food Bank of the Rockies, We Don’t Waste, and Junior Achievement.

Professionally, I work as a Sr. Technical Recruiter for an IT consulting company here in Denver. When I’m not working or playing with my toddler I enjoy travel, tennis, pickleball, hiking, and exploring as much of the Denver food scene as possible.

Brad Revare
My wife, daughter, and I live in the amazing South End neighborhood here in Central Park. You can find us most days on the greenway chasing after our 18 month old daughter, who in turn likes to run after the neighborhood dogs. We came to Central Park for the thoughtful urban design and for the recent commitment to becoming a more inclusive community. Currently I build innovative and equity-driven public-private partnerships between Colorado businesses and our education system. I have my JD and BA from CU-Boulder and am a diehard Buffs fan. Community service is one of my dearest-held values and I look forward to making an impact in transportation and inclusivity issues for the neighborhood.
Mandle Rousseau

My wife and I are Central Park residents. I am also a Denver native. After living in separate states, commuting back and forth between Denver and Arizona, my wife accepted a job in Colorado. We decided to move to the Central Park area from Park Hill in August of 2016. I own and operate Control FREQ, a home automation and systems integration company I launched in 2005. I was a founding member of the Rotary Club of Five Points Cultural District. I also served as the Director of Media for more than 14 years at Colorado Christian Fellowship in Aurora, Colorado. Serving the community in various ways has been both challenging and rewarding. I look forward to contributing to positive change in the world.

Jack Seward
Jack has called Central Park home for the last 15 years and has spent eight on the staff of the Central Park Master Community Association (MCA) as Community Services Coordinator, stewarding the communities’ 60-plus parks, 1,400 acres of open space, 39,000 trees, 66 miles of trails, seven pools, two amphitheaters, and related infrastructure. Jack has a deep and in-depth understanding of the neighborhoods development including master planning, infrastructure financing, and governance. He serves on SDI Design Review Committee, reviewing all commercial construction projects in the community. He can tell you where to find the water pipes, how to fix the streetlights, and what type of tree is planted outside your house. When not working in Central Park Jack, is a disaster relief volunteer for the American Red Cross where he responds to disasters big and small across the country.

My family and I have lived in Central Park since 2015. We’re avid board game geeks, hikers, and fans of live music and the arts. My professional background is in publishing and communications, and I currently work for a City Council office connecting constituents with city agencies and resources, and letting residents know ways they can get involved in local government and policy-making. During my years in Central Park, I’ve been fortunate to get to know my neighbors through organizing around the renaming issue, social justice work, and political volunteering. I’m excited to bring the perspective and knowledge I’ve gained through all of my life experiences to serving our community on the CPUN Board and its committees.

Hi! I’m a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with over 25 years experience and expertise in Stress Management. I moved to this neighborhood in 2011 with my two children (Nicolas and Simone). We have watched the area grow and evolve. What I love most about his neighborhood is the effort that goes into creating events that bring the community together. For years, I used to run a free meditation group at the MCA open to anyone who wanted to attend. For the past few years, I’ve organized The Orange Bag Project to collect clothing donations for A Precious Child and Denver Rescue Mission. I’m glad that I have time to participate on the CPUN Board and contribute to making this a wonderful community for all.