HCC Board of Directors Elections

According to the Hispanic Contractors of Colorado by-laws, it is required that the membership vote on the slate of candidates for the Board of Directors majority.

Each HCC member company is allowed to vote once in the election. You may vote for up to six candidates.

The top six elected candidates will serve a two-year term commencing January 2023. The candidates (listed below are in alphabetical order by last name) meet the criteria for HCC Board of Directors and have signed the Board Expectations form. Please review their biographies below.

Voting is now closed.

CDOT Fraud Awareness Notification

CDOT recently became aware of someone contacting a contractor’s business office staff, purporting to be a representative of CDOT’s accounting organization (whose name provided in fact does NOT work for CDOT), making inquiries about personnel names, payment processing procedures, and on billing topics. The contractor staff became suspicious of the caller as the conversation went on, ended the call, and alerted CDOT’s CFO and Chief Engineer immediately. Please be aware of these attempts and contact CDOT anytime there is uncertainty. In CDOT’s normal course of business, and with its recent additional process enhancements to vendor information protective measures put in


HCC Featured as Latino Leadership Institute Alumni

This month, 10 HCC members were featured in the Latino Leadership Institute (LLI)’s Alumni Conexión newsletter. The article told the story of this visionary coalition who continue to work daily to build generational leadership within the HCC. This vision started in 2016 with the culminating LLI Fellowship Project, the Next Chapter Presentation. LLI’s six-month Fellowship combines the leadership ethos of knowledge and skills that—combined with new networks—prepares Latino professionals for elevated roles of influence in Colorado. Fellows are emerging executives who average 15 years of professional experience. They come from across Colorado and work in the education, government, non-profit, and

Rosy Aburto McDonough

Hispanic Contractors of Colorado Announces Rosy Aburto McDonough as New Executive Director

Announcement Creates Women-led Leadership for Organization with Recent Election of Michelle Sandoval of Swinerton as HCC Board President and Women-led Executive Board Denver, CO – January 19, 2021 – Hispanic Contractors of Colorado (HCC) announced its new Executive Director, Rosy Aburto McDonough. Aburto McDonough will assume responsibilities for HCC and its affiliated education organization, HCC Contractor Academy, overseeing daily operations for both and leading the HCC business association focused on the Colorado construction industry. For an industry where women represent less than 10% of the workforce, the Hispanic Contractors of Colorado leadership will be led by women with an executive


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