Kathleen Conti is a resident of Littleton, Colorado. She is a member of the House Services Committee and the Public Health Care & Human Services Committee.
A wife, a mom, and a small business owner, Kathleen boasts a strong history of leadership in her community as an active volunteer in both education and numerous church programs. Until her youngest graduated last year, Kathleen sat on Heritage High School’s Accountability Committee, where she gained a firsthand perspective on the tough budgeting decisions that affect students across the state.
As a small business owner, Kathleen understands the burdens of higher taxes and increased regulatory practices on commerce and industry. Her involvement in Colorado’s business community makes her voice a constant advocate for strengthening Colorado’s businesses and economy.
Kathleen comes from a family with a long history of military service and is keenly aware of both our veterans’ and military’s concerns.
Kathleen and her husband, Frank have been members at Cherry Hills Community Church, for over 15 years, and recently, have started attending Mission Hills Church in Littleton. Service has always been a part of Kathleen and her church life. She has made a name for herself as both a director for the performing arts and as a teacher.