Contact & About

Contact & About

Contact Us

Department of Military & Veterans Affairs
6848 South Revere Parkway
Centennial, CO 80112
 
 
The Adjutant General's Office
Executive Assistant to the Adjutant General
Burgandy Hodge
720-250-1500
burgandy.hodge@dmva.state.co.us
Deputy Director
Brey Hopkins
720-250-1510

brey.hopkins@dmva.state.co.us
Resource Director & Legislative Liaison
Greg Dorman
720-250-1511
greg.dorman@dmva.state.co.us
IT Director
Rich Medina
303-717-3546
rich.medina@state.co.us
Controller
Will Thomson
720-250-1530
will.thomson@dmva.state.co.us
DMVA Human Resource Director
Tamy Calahan
720-250-1520
tamy.calahan@dmva.state.co.us
Director Division Veterans Affairs East
Richard Tremaine, MBA
303-284-6077
richard.tremaine@dmva.state.co.us
Director Division Veterans Affairs West
Joanne Iglesias
970-257-3761 Office • 970-245-0782 Fax • 970-250-0271 Cell
joanne.iglesias@state.co.us
Purchasing and Contracts Director
Janet Jones
720-250-1541
janet.jones@dmva.state.co.us
Purchasing Agent
Emiliano Barela
720-250-1540
emiliano.barela@dmva.state.co.us
Facilities Maintenance Supervisor
Bradley Hudson
720-250-1380
bradley.hudson4.nfg@mail.mil
Tuition Assistance
DeLache Jno-Baptiste
720-250-1550
tuition@dmva.state.co.us
Archives / Request for Records
Johnathan Scanlon
720-250-1560
archives@dmva.state.co.us
Budget Director
Paul Von Riesemann
720-250-1512
paul.vonriesemann@dmva.state.co.us
Grant Administrator
Gail Hoagland
303-284-6077
gail.hoagland@dmva.state.co.us

About Us

The Colorado Department of Military and Veterans Affairs contains three divisions, the Colorado National Guard, the Colorado Division of Veterans Affairs, and the Colorado Wing - Civil Air Patrol. The mission of the Colorado Department of Military and Veterans Affairs and its divisions are listed below.

Dartment of Military and Vetarans Affairs

Mission
Colorado’s Department of Military and Veterans Affairs supports the Division of the Colorado National Guard (CONG) in delivering land, air, space, and cyber power in support of state and federal operations; enables the Division of Veterans Affairs (DVA) to deliver high quality service to the State’s Veterans and their families; and oversees the operations of the Colorado Wing of the Civil Air Patrol (CAP) in delivering aerospace education and emergency services.

Vision
We aim to earn and maintain the trust and confidence in those we serve at the local, state and federal levels, be recognized for excellence in service to our Veterans, members, and families and become the state of choice for future force structure gains and infrastructure investment.

Summary
The Colorado Department of Military and Veterans Affairs is a State Department that delivers land, air, space and cyber power in support of state and federal operations, and serves our state’s Veterans and their family members. The Adjutant General of Colorado is both the Chief of Staff of the Colorado National Guard and the Executive Director of the Department. The Adjutant General is a unique position in that the incumbent is not only a state employee, but also a federally recognized general officer. The Colorado Department of Military and Veterans Affairs has three active divisions. The division of the National Guard that, while in a state status, reports to the Governor of Colorado. The Division of Veterans Affairs provides direct services to Veterans and acts as a statewide training resource for Colorado’s network of County Veterans Service Officers. The Division of Veterans Affairs also maintains the Colorado State Veterans Cemetery and Western Region One Source located in Grand Junction. The Colorado Wing of the Civil Air Patrol exists as a division of the department, a volunteer non-profit organization, and as part of the official auxiliary of the United States Air Force.

Colorado National Guard

Mission
Plan and prepare to project combat power overseas in support of national policy objectives. Secondary mission is to use the innate combat skills required by our primary mission to plan, prepare, and execute domestics operations. In a word, our mission is Readiness.

Vision
The COARNG will be a highly disciplined team of professional officers, NCOs, and Soldiers with the operational knowledge, subject matter expertise, combat fitness, and resiliency to lead, augment, and support any US required action. In short, our vision is simply, “Always Ready, Always There.”

Colorado Division of Veterans Affairs

Mission
Colorado Board of Veterans Affairs advocates for veterans and their families to improve their quality of life throughout the state of Colorado.

Vision
To be recognized as the trusted advocate for all Veterans and their families and to ensure that Colorado remains a healthy environment for those who have served and sacrificed.

Values
Service, Compassion, Dedication, Integrity

Colorado Wing - Civil Air Patrol

Mission
COWG squadrons stand ready to assist those in need. Missions range from search-and-rescue of lost hikers or hunters, location of downed aircraft and transport of emergency personnel or medical materials. When there is a disaster in a Colorado community, the State's CAP squadrons respond by transporting doctors, firefighters or emergency personnel to the areas in need.