Serving Colorado's Counties

Board Members

CTSI Board of Directors

CTSI President

Terry Hart

Commissioner
Pueblo County
CWCP
Jan 2020 to Jan 2022

CTSI Secretary

Steve Wadley

Commissioner
Archuleta County
CWCP 
Jan 2020 to Jan 2022

CTSI Director

Mike Freeman

Commissioner
Weld County
CAPP 
Feb 2020 to Dec 2021

CTSI Vice President 

Darius Allen

Commissioner
Alamosa County
CAPP 
Jan 2019 to Jan 2021

CTSI Treasurer

Robin Wiley

Commissioner
Yuma County
CHP
Jan 2019 to Sept 2020

CTSI Director

Ray Garcia 

Commissioner
Huerfano County
CHP
Sept 2019 to Sept 2021

CAPP Board of Directors

The Colorado Counties Casualty & Property Pool (CAPP) protects the assets of counties throughout Colorado through broad coverage, risk management, and sound fiscal management. CAPP's Board of Directors is elected from the ranks of county government, and serves as a model for intergovernmental pooling throughout the nation. CAPP is outstanding in loss control and claims management resulting in an excellent loss history and financial stability. Members earn equity in funds that are not used to pay losses. That pool equity is retained as a safety net to offset the swings in the insurance market.

CAPP President/Comptroller

Darius Allen

Commissioner
Alamosa County
Director-at-Large
Nov 2019 to Dec 2021

CAPP Secretary

Terry Hart

Commissioner
Pueblo County
Population 40,001-250,000
Nov 2018 to Dec 2020

CAPP Director

Mike Freeman

Commissioner
Weld County
Population over 250,000
Feb 2020 to Dec 2021

CAPP Director

John Martin

Commissioner
Garfield County
Director-at-Large
Nov 2019 to Dec 2021

CAPP
Vice President

Chris Richardson

Commissioner
Elbert County
Population Under 10,001- 40,000
Dec 2019 to Dec 2021

CAPP Director

Jeff Rector

Commissioner
Rio Blanco County
Population under 10,000
Jan 2019 to Dec 2021

CAPP Director

Jim Zwetzig

Commissioner
Morgan County
Director-at-Large
Nov 2018 to Dec 2020

CHP Board of Directors

The County Health Pool (CHP) provides counties outstanding value for their employee benefits. CHP's commitment to cost control, well-designed benefit programs, and efficient claims administration makes CHP the best choice for county and other public entity employee health benefits. CHP is the only county-owned health plan provider in Colorado with benefits, contribution rates, and coverages determined by representatives from member counties. The CHP board meets every other month to discuss the industry, plan changes, coverages and renewal, as well as vote on appeals. Utilizing the professional expertise of staff and industry consultants, the board makes decisions affecting the plan designs and rates.

CHP President & Comptroller

Ray Garcia

Commissioner
Huerfano County
9/19-9/21

CHP Secretary

Robin Wiley

Commissioner
Yuma County
9/19-9/21

CHP Director

Paula Weeks

Administrator
Kit Carson County
4/19-9/20

CHP Director

Gene Glover

Commissioner
Rio Grande County
9/18-9/20

CHP
Vice President

Darius Allen

Commissioner
Alamosa County
9/19-9/20

CHP Director

Keith Caddy

Commissioner
Montrose County
9/18-9/20

CHP Director

Tony Hass

Commissioner
Las Animas County
9/18-9/20

CWCP Board of Directors

The County Workers' Compensation Pool (CWCP) provides counties with statutory workers' compensation coverage. CWCP member counties employ more than 19,343 people with payroll in excess of $384 million per year. If you compare CWCP with the industry, CWCP's performance is exceptional. Guided by the CWCP board and with assistance from a seasoned professional staff, the pool has consistently outperformed the market.

CWCP President & Comptroller

Terry Hart

Commissioner
Pueblo County
Population 40,001-250,000
Dec 2019 to Dec 2020

CWCP Secretary

Steve Wadley

Commissioner
Archuleta County
Director-at-Large
Nov 2018 to Nov 2020

CWCP Director

Ramona Weber

Commissioner
Mineral County
Population under 10,000
Dec 2019 to Dec 2021

CWCP Director

Ron Cook

Commissioner
Prowers County
Director-at-Large
Nov 2018 to Dec 2020

CWCP
Vice President

Darius Allen

Commissioner
Alamosa County
Population 10,001 - 40,000
Nov 2018 to Dec 2020

CWCP Director

Jane Bauder

Commissioner
Logan County
Director-at-Large
Dec 2019 to Dec 2021

CWCP Director

Bob Campbell

Commissioner
Teller County
Director-at-Large
Dec 2019 to Dec 2021

News & Updates

DOL Revises Regulations on the Families First Coronavirus Response Act

The Department of Labor (DOL) has issued revised regulations for paid sick leave and paid family leave provisions in Families First Coronavirus Response Act. The revisions seek to clarify when leave is available and when employees must get approval to take leave under the FFCRA. These revisions are in response to a court ruling from […]

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CTSI Training During COVID-19

During these challenging times, CTSI continues to offer members valuable training classes. In response to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Colorado Department of Health and Environment have placed limits on in-person gatherings, including training courses. While some counties have received variances from the state, allowing in-person gatherings, […]

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Technical Update 46 - Data Security for Telecommuters

The COVID-19 Pandemic forced many businesses and organizations to embrace telecommuting almost overnight. While telecommuting was a popular benefit with employees and employers alike before the pandemic, the rapid move to telework has led to some challenges. One of which is maintaining the security and integrity of company data and networks with so many workers […]

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Technical Update 45 - FMLA Forms Revised by DOL

The Department of Labor (DOL) made changes to the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) forms this summer. Under FMLA, employers with at least 50 employees must provide up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave a year to eligible workers: who have worked for the company for at least a year; worked 1,250 hours the […]

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