“We are pleased to name Kristin Strohm as president and CEO of Common Sense Policy Roundtable (CSPR),” said Earl Wright, chairman of the CSPR board of directors.
Strohm is no stranger to CSPR. As one of the original founders, she has helped establish and guide the organization in a consulting role. She will join the organization in her new role in early 2019.
“The world doesn’t need more divisive rhetoric. It does need women and men of principle to look honestly at the challenges and opportunities we face and promote policies that help us reach our full potential as a state. That’s the mission of CSPR, and I couldn’t be more excited about my new role,” Strohm said.
Since its founding in 2010, CSPR has been a leading voice in numerous public policy debates on a broad range of issues including energy, education, transportation, affordable housing and taxes. CSPR has established a reputation for providing data driven policy insight and information to lawmakers, thought leaders and Coloradans.
“CSPR has become an important advocate for public policy that expands prosperity and improves the lives of the people of this state,” Strohm continued. “Yes, we have a decided viewpoint — we believe in free enterprise, reasonable regulation, schools with high standards, and fiscal policies that incentivize entrepreneurs and reward jobs creators. We also want CSPR to be an organization that drives dialogue between those who share different viewpoints toward solutions for our great state.”
“CSPR has become a key resource on big issues that affect Colorado’s economy. We have built a dynamic board, all of who bring a deep passion for policy, and a strong desire to leverage facts and thoughtful policy analysis to move our state forward. Transitioning Kristin from her consulting role to president and CEO is an expression of the board’s desire to enlarge our voice and our impact on the state’s most critical public policy debates,” continued Wright. “Kristin is a leader who will take CSPR to a new place.”
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