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Speaker of the House Russell George appointed Representative Chavez to the Electric Utility Deregulation Committee of the Council of State Governments.  In addition, Mayor Wellington Webb appointed him to serve on the Denver Community Corrections Board. Mr. Chavez was appointed by Governor Ritter and then reappointed by Governor Hickenlooper to the Colorado Boxing Commission, where he serves as the Vice Chairman.


In 1991, Mr. Chavez earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Management and Marketing, from the University of Phoenix. In 2004, Nolbert completed an executive education program at the Harvard Business School in Corporate Governance. Nolbert is currently enrolled in the Masters in Political Science program at the University of Colorado Denver. He anticipates graduating in 2015.


Nolbert D. Chavez is married to Former Denver City Councilwoman Judy H. Montero, they have a 15 year old daughter and they are active in politics.  In his spare time, Nolbert enjoys running, having completed a number of half-marathons as well as the Marine Corp Marathon in 2005 and the Denver Marathon in 2007. His most recent hobby includes restoring a 1977 FLH Shovelhead Harley Davidson motorcycle that has been in his wife’s family for 35 years.

Nolbert Chavez


Nolbert D. Chavez is a Principal with Capitol Success Group, a government affairs and lobbying firm based in Denver, Colorado.  Nolbert has a variety of clients, which include Rocky Mountain Human Services; the Mental Health Center of Denver; Valley-Wide Community Health Systems; Ameristar; Colorado West Regional Mental Health Center; Peer Assistance Services; and the Denver Urban Renewal Authority.


Mr. Chavez served in the Colorado House of Representatives from Jan.1995-Dec. 2002. He served on the Health, Environment, Welfare, & Institutions Committee (HEWI); Business Affairs & Labor Committee; Local Government; Education; State, Veterans, & Military Affairs Committee; Judiciary; Criminal Justice; Appropriations; and House Services.  He was twice appointed by Governor Roy Romer to the Developmental Disabilities Planning Council.

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