Tom grew up in Denver and graduated from the University of Colorado in Boulder. He worked for the better part of his career in the tech services industry, where he served in a variety of leadership roles. A connector by nature, Tom and his wife Kristin launched Confluence Coworking in a 750 square foot space on South Public Road in 2014. While building a vibrant shared-office community, Tom has become deeply engaged in Lafayette where he currently serves on the Communities That Care Key Leader Board and the Civic Design Team for the Family Leadership Training Institute of Boulder County. He also looks forward to joining the Lafayette Energy Sustainability Advisory Committee in the spring of 2017.
Tom's passions are for the outdoors, sustainability, and social responsibility.
Kristin spent much of her childhood in Anchorage, Alaska before attending the University of Denver for college and graduate school. She works with strategic data developing online GIS mapping tools and analyses for her employer while pursuing interests in fitness, snow sports, and outdoor recreation. Kristin is glad to get out of the basement. In addition to holding down her day-job, she helps with all aspects of Confluence operations and tasks du jour.
Tom and Kristin have two active daughters, two dogs, and possibly too much on their plate much of the time, but they're thrilled to be engaged with their community and look forward to growing with ConfluenceSBC.
Audrey Brazeel and Vince Torres
Audrey and Vince provide part-time staffing for Confluence when they're not out in the community leading their own dynamic organization, The Empowerment Center of East County, or (EC)2.
(EC)2, provides weekly leadership opportunities and community education programs to local Lafayette elementary schools, Angevine Middle School, and Centaurus High School. Program Director and Program Coordinator respectively, Audrey and Vince create curriculum, manage volunteers, and develop their programs during the day at Confluence before traveling to the schools for afternoon programming. For more information visit the (EC)2 website: www.empowermentcentereastcounty.org.
Partially credited with introducing the community to Fluffernutter sandwiches, David supports Confluence with print and digital marketing design. He and his wife, Rebecca Lefebvre, handle branding, design, and communications for a number of large and mid-sized businesses through their company, Reda Creative.
David has three sons, is a recently-retired youth baseball coach, and co-founder of Rocky Mountain Renegades which encourages healthy youth engagement in sports and life. David is a graduate of the University of Maine and holds a BA in Mass Communication with an emphasis in Advertising.