“I am proud of being associated with an organization that assists individual homeowners with basic needs, likes replacing a sewer line and facilitates growth of affordable housing.”
Bricmont brings more than 20 years of financial experience to her contribution as commissioner for DURA. After working for Denver Water as a senior analyst from 1993 to 1995, Bricmont was named Chief of Finance in 2010 where she is responsible for creating long-range financial plans, controlling and disbursing funds, and for planning, developing and administrating water rates, among other duties.
In addition to her role as Chief of Finance at Denver Water, she serves as chair of the American Water Works Association’s Finance, Accounting, Management and Controls Committee, chair of the Board of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and is a member of the AWWA’s Rocky Mountain Utility Management Committee. She was selected for the Colorado Association of Commerce & Industry’s “50 for Colorado” Leadership Program, and completed a yearlong leadership training program with the Center for Creative Leadership.
Bricmont earned a bachelor’s degree in finance and a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Denver, Daniels College of Business.