Within LPR, Betsy has been active member of the Advisory Board and also served as an Ambassador in the Arapahoe County Mentor Group where she displayed a mastery of the principles we hold dear. As a result of LPR, she volunteered as a Legislative Liaison with the Convention of States project along side a fellow LPR alumna.
Within her community, Betsy currently serves as Vice President on St. Philip’s Early Learning Center’s School Board in Littleton as well as serving as the Advisory Board Co-Chair for a sorority at University of Denver. Additionally, she has recently assumed a role with a family foundation, coordinating and overseeing investment strategy and gifting.
The most impactful role in which Betsy currently serves, however, is that of mother to her three sons. To do so, she left an accomplished career as an award-winning sales consultant and sales trainer in the Medical/Healthcare industry.
Alex is dedicated to and active in philanthropy. He is focused on diversity and innovation in education (as Chairman of ACE Scholarship Foundation) and activism in a variety of public policy areas. He was named to the Rocky Mountain Oil and Gas Hall of Fame in 2010.
Alex is married to Cathy Neville Cranberg and has four children.