Senior District Manager
David offers a highly-diversified skillset developed during more than thirty-years in both public and private sector leadership positions. With particular strengths in finance, asset and liability management, economic development, public policy and affairs, efficiency creation, and change management, David is well-suited for managing the unique needs of many of Colorado’s special districts. David has been responsible for all aspects of structuring more than $3.5 Billion in debt in a variety of taxable and tax-exempt modes. He had oversight of more than $1 Billion in assets under management. His efforts laid the groundwork for Colorado’s largest green-energy international economic development project to date. David approaches every new challenge as an opportunity for creative innovation, balanced within the confines of situational realities.
David has experience managing more than fifty Client Districts including Commercial and Residential Developments, Water and Sanitation Districts, Public Improvement Corporations (PIC’s), Business Improvement Districts (BID’s), and Fire Protection Districts.
A Coloradan since 1991, David and his wife have two sons and two overly-energetic black dogs. He has a BS in Finance and Economics from San Francisco State University. When not working on behalf of clients, you may find David motorcycling, fly fishing, golfing, hunting, camping, hiking, or snowshoeing under the spectacular blue Colorado skies.
Certain Key Positions Held
Associate Treasurer & Director of Liability Management
(University of Colorado System)
Director of the Colorado Office of Economic Development and
International Trade (Governor’s Cabinet)
Deputy State Treasurer
(State of Colorado)
(Private Banker, First Interstate Bank of Denver & Business Banker,
Wells Fargo Bank)
United States Marine
District Manager & Community Management Division Manager
Peggy has been working in property management for close to 20 years. After many years working with Homeowners Associations, Peggy brought her expertise in Community Management to SDMS in 2018 and was instrumental in building the Division. She serves as a District Manager as well, working with a wide variety of communities. She is skilled at building relationships with vendors, contractors and consultants in order to ensure that District needs get met. Peggy is a Colorado native who attended the University of Northern Colorado and received her Master’s degree from the University of Kansas. Peggy is a licensed Community Association Manager (CAM) in the state of Colorado and has over 13 years of experience working with homeowners associations. She has her Association Management Specialist (AMS®) from the Community Association Institute, of which she is a member. Peggy is a Colorado native who attended the University of Northern Colorado. She received her Master’s degree from the University of Kansas in 1998