Milroy A. Alexander
Currently a business consultant, Milroy Alexander is the former executive director and CEO of Colorado Housing and Finance Authority (CHFA), where he was employed for more than 21 years, and was previously its chief financial officer. Along with community service, he has an established career in broad-based business and financial service and experience.
Prior to joining CHFA, Mr. Alexander was a financial manager with a major medical instruments manufacturer; senior audit manager at Touche Ross, a former big-eight, international accounting and consulting firm, where he worked for 11 years; and owner of a Great American Chocolate Chip Cookie Company franchise in one of Colorado’s largest regional shopping malls.
He is the current chair of the Rose Community Foundation Committee on Aging and a former trustee, as well as a former member of its Audit and Finance Committee, Board Development and Gift Acceptance Committees. He is also chair of the Board of Directors of Lowry Redevelopment Authority and Northeast Denver Housing Center. He is a board member of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Topeka and Urban League of Metropolitan Denver, and serves on the advisory board of Boomers Leading Change in Health. He is a member of Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce Finance Committee and Metropolitan State University of Denver President’s Community Advisory Council. Mr. Alexander is the recipient of the 2006 David E. Bailey Small Business Advocate of the Year Award presented by Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce.
Mr. Alexander is a CPA, with a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from Metropolitan State University of Denver. He has completed the Denver Community Leadership Forum program, the Denver Metro Chamber Leadership Foundation Leadership Denver program and two University of Notre Dame Executive Development Programs.