Erin is honored to receive endorsements from current and former elected officials, community leaders, district residents, friends, and more.
Erin is a long-time resident of Fort Collins with both small business and nonprofit board experience who will bring new energy and a valuable consumer perspective to the Health District Board. Erin has knocked on doors, participated in healthcare forums and is clearly tuned into the needs of our community, particularly during this time of transition.
Former Member of Congress
Mrs. Hottenstein is highly qualified with a wide range of experience that demonstrates the knowledge and skills to become an integral part of the Health District Board. Alongside her qualifications, she has the time, availability, and dedication the office deserves. Mrs. Hottenstein is a strong advocate for mental health. She also has a strong sense of vision and purpose for Northern Colorado.
Evans City Council Member
I have known Erin since 2017, and in every one of those years, I have witnessed her passion for helping fellow citizens, and her remarkable leadership and unique ability to bring together communities of different backgrounds. Erin is in touch with the problems and issues that our communities face, and puts action to leadership to help resolve them.
Recent Greeley City Council Member
We support Erin because of the many ways she has demonstrated her leadership and her longtime dedication to making northern Colorado a better community.
Bob Bacon & Bev Schmitt-Bacon
Former State Senator & Activist
As a trainer and coach in the area of leadership and managing change, Erin understands the importance of courage and responsibility in making difficult decisions. In my former role as a district central office administrator for the Poudre School District, I understand the challenges that the Health District faces when dealing with issues that are emotional to those impacted. Balancing the wishes of a variety of constituencies with doing the right thing can be difficult. I believe Erin is very capable of making those decisions by learning the facts, considering the alternatives, and understanding the potential impacts.
former president, Health District board of directors
I have complete faith that Erin will be a thoughtful and trustworthy representative for us all. She is a caring and helpful person who has our community’s best interests at heart. When you take her professional and volunteer expertise and add it to her specific personality, you have a winner.
Former City Council Member
Erin will be a great asset to the Health District. She’s solid, grounded in the community, works well with others, and will contribute to the discussions on policy issues that are important to our community.
Former State Senator
She has excellent problem solving skills and importantly, is a critical thinker. She understands the need to obtain all the information needed, and to listen to all stakeholder voices before moving forward with potential solutions. Her experience with all levels of government through investigating stories, interviewing individuals and businesses, studying policies and their effects, has given her a wealth of knowledge to be a valuable member of the board. As a former small business owner, she will bring an important perspective to Health District discussions. Her passion to address mental health, recovery from the pandemic and equity issues across the region demonstrate that she would take a holistic approach to solving any issue that may come before Health District.
DVM & Representative House District 11, Member of 50-50, Longmont, Colorado
Erin Hottenstein is a leader and role model for numerous women such as myself. She is the founder of Colorado 50-50 which is a non-profit dedicated to encouraging more women to run. I met her through the Colorado 50-50 Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) committee. The fact that she cares about the underrepresented group AAPI in a politically elected position speaks volumes about her character. The character that she is open minded and willing to learn patiently. The character that is dedicated to her own community. And lastly, she is a leader that leads.
Colorado 50-50 Asian American Pacific Islanders (AAPI) Community Organizer
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