Meet the Fire Protection District Board of Directors
Scott Kellar, a resident of Indian Hills since 2011 and a Board member since 2012, is President of the District Board. An engineering graduate of West Point, Scott is a 23-year military veteran with extensive strategic planning and financial management experience from multi-national, governmental, and private sector organizations. He currently serves as the Homeland Security Coordinator for the ten-county Denver Metropolitan area. In this role, he assists local government public safety leaders in implementing homeland security and emergency management initiatives. He is serving a four-year term that expires May 2020
Marc Rosenberg, a resident of Indian Hills for more than 25 years, is Treasurer of the Board. In addition to being a Board member since early 2009, he has been a Department member for more than 15 years. His service as a firefighter allows him to bring an in-depth understanding of fire operations to his position on the Board. He is also very familiar with the District’s apparatus and involved in weekly maintenance. Marc serves as Collections and Distribution Manager for Evergreen Metro District. He is serving a four-year term that expires May 2022.
Kelley Lehman has been a member of the Board since late 2011, Kelley is a teacher at Parmalee Elementary and has been a resident of Indian Hills for more than 20 years. She has past experience in serving on the board of a nonprofit organization. Kelley enjoys that her role on the Board allows her to serve her community. Her term expires May 2022.
Christopher Vigil has been a member of the Board since May 2018. He is a Colorado native living in Indian Hills for the last five years. He is an elementary school teacher in Jefferson County. Chris and his wife have been heavily involved in the planning and execution of the Indian Hills Fun Run, in addition to the very successful Summer Movie and Music in the Park events. He has a deep respect for the Indian Hills Fire Rescue team and is happy to serve our community by being a Board member. He is serving a four-year term that expires May 2022.