Jack Arrowsmith brings great knowledge and understanding of SIPA’s services and vendors. He has been involved with SIPA since it’s inception. In July 2004, Governor Bill Owens appointed Arrowsmith to the SIPA Board of Directors. Arrowsmith held the position of chairman of the board since 2012 with the primary focus to represent local government in Colorado.
Arrowsmith graduated with honors from the University of Northern Colorado with a degree in Secondary Education and a Minor in Business. Arrowsmith's professional career started as a classroom teacher at Englewood High School. Since leaving Education in 1980, he has held a number of management positions including travel, insurance and publishing industries. In 2006, he was elected to the office of Clerk and Recorder for Douglas County. Prior to the election, Arrowsmith served as the Public Trustee to Douglas County for an appointment of four years.
“SIPA is a great asset to Colorado with its unique role in providing innovative solutions to local and state government entities,” added Arrowsmith. “I will continue to move this organization into a higher level of engagement with its Colorado government partners and private sector vendors.”