Colorado Office of Employment First Advisory Committee (COEFAC)

The Colorado Office of Employment First (COEF) receives guidance and technical assistance from a committee of subject matter experts from the Employment First Advisory Partnership (EFAP). The committee advises COEF on staffing, programming, budget, and the annual work plan.

About COEFAC Meetings

Join us and bring your perspectives! COEFAC meetings are held quarterly, are open to the public, and visitors are welcome. If you wish to join us and require a reasonable accommodation to participate, please direct your request (with 48 hours notice if possible), to Layla Mauldin by contacting her at: layla.mauldin@state.co.us or by calling (303) 929-7758. In-person meetings are held in wheelchair accessible locations and are accessible by public transportation.

COEFAC Members

Co-Chairs:

Marilee Boylan*, State Rehabilitation Council
Bob Lawhead*, Colorado Developmental Disability Council & State Rehabilitation Council

Committee Members:

Caitlyn Adams, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
Alia Andrews, Office of Behavioral Health
Katherine Carol *, parent of a person with a disability, State Rehabilitation Council
Christina Carrillo, Department of Higher Education
Karen Ferrington, MINDSOURCE – Brain Injury Network
Meghan Greene, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
Augusta Klimek, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
Tom Knost, Continuum of Colorado
David Mank, PhD, COEF Contractor
Katie Oliver, Department of Education
Corry Rosenberg, PhD, RN, JFK Partners
Adam Tucker, Department of Health Care Policy and Financing
Josh Winkler, Colorado Lt. Governor’s Office

*EFAP Co-Chair

Meeting Dates & Materials

All meetings are held at the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment, 633 17th Street, Denver CO 80202, unless otherwise noted. The meetings can also be joined remotely by using the dial in numbers provided on the agenda. Click on date to open agenda or minutes.

The Colorado Office of Employment First sits under JFK Partners, the state’s University Center of Excellence in Developmental Disabilities, a program of the University of Colorado School of Medicine. Its creation was envisioned by Colorado Employment First Advisory Partnership (EFAP), a multi-state agency and stakeholder-led collaborative, and was made possible, in part, by funding from the Colorado Legislature and generously matched through the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) at the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment (CDLE).

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