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Template:Short description Template:Infobox officeholder Ellen Burnes (born in 1967) is an American Politician and Finance Professor at Colorado State University and former Chair of the Boulder County Democratic Party. On April 17, 2019, Burnes announced her candidacy for U.S Senate representing Colorado. If elected, Burnes would become the first woman to represent Colorado in the U.S Senate.
Education and Career
Burnes got her Bachelor of Arts at Allegheny College, an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin in 1995 and a PhD from the Oregon State University in Natural Resource Economics in 2001. Burnes was an Agricultural Business Professor at California State University, Fresno and had a career in the private sector, including being a planner, economist and global office lead for MWH, before becoming a Finance Professor at Colorado State University.
Burnes is currently a member of the Boulder County Democratic Party Executive Committee, is a board member of the Emergency Family Assistance Association, a and a member of the Board and Finance Committee of the Association of Community Living, a central committee member for the Colorado Democratic Party, a central committee member for Colorado's Congressional District 4, a Faculty Adviser at Camp Kesem in Larimer County and a member of the National Association of Corporate Directors.
Burnes is also a former board member for the Democratic Women of Boulder County, former President of the Longmont Area Democrats, a former Crew Leader at Community Food Share, and former chair of the Fresno Chamber of Commerce, Agriculture, Water and Environment Committee.
In addition to being a marathon runner and a former member of the Zonta Foothills Club, Burnes lives with two dogs, Franklin and Elliott, and is an advocate for women and the immigrant population.
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Campaign website: Ellen Burnes for Colorado