Heather A. Balser

Heather Balser served as City Manager/Chief Administrative Officer for the City of Louisville, CO (population 20,000) from 2017 through 2021 and previously served in a number of different roles, including Deputy City Manager and Assistant City Manager, since 1997.

Ms. Balser is currently Interim Chief Resiliency Officer for the City of Greeley (population 107,000), working directly with the City Manager on such issues as homelessness and affordable housing. Ms. Balser also currently advises the Boulder Chamber of Commerce on transportation-related issues.

With a wide range of local government experience, Ms. Balser offers expertise on developing and managing annual budgets, organizational development, community planning and transportation projects, economic vitality and housing-related issues, intergovernmental relations, community outreach and engagement and collaboration with various stakeholders.

Ms. Balser received her BA in Economics from Bates College and MA in Public Administration from the University of Colorado at Denver. Ms. Balser’s passion for serving communities and the work of local government along with its opportunities and challenges drives her interest in public service.

Education

Bates College
Bachelors in Economics

University of Colorado at Denver
Masters of Public Administration

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