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Rhonda Fields

last updated 8/6/2018

Rhonda Fields

President and Founder at Fields Wolfe Memorial Fund

Location:
11059 East Bethany Drive Suite 200, Aurora, Colorado, United States

General Information

Experience

Advocate for Justice - Aurora Colorado Women's Hall of Fame

District Attorney - Arapahoe County

Colorado State House of Representatives

Education

Bachelor's Degree - Special Education , University of Northern Colorado

associate degree

master's degreeUniversity of Northern Colorado

Affiliations

Member - The House Worship Center

Representative - Aurora , Colo.

Board Member - Colorado Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice

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Welcome to Fields Wolfe Memorial Fund | CU Scholarships | Witness Protection

Rhonda Fields
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Inductees - Aurora Colorado Women's Hall of Fame

Ruth Fountain Eide, Rhonda Fields, and Ellin Mrachek
Rhonda Fields Rhonda Fields Rhonda Fields' community involvement stems from a single tragedy, the loss of her son, Javad, and his fiancée (Vivian Wolfe) to gun violence. Out of her grief, Rhonda became an advocate for justice. In October 2005, she founded the Fields Wolfe Memorial Fund, a nonprofit organization providing scholarships to Colorado State University students actively involved in the community and engaged in civic involvement. Eight scholarship recipients currently attend CSU and five have graduated since the fund was created. In 2007, Gov. Bill Ritter appointed Rhonda to the Colorado Commission on Criminal Juvenile Justice, where she worked on public safety and criminal justice issues. She became an advocate for crime victims and witnesses by serving on the Board of Voices of Victims, as well as Safe2Tell, a nonprofit focusing on school safety. She received the 2010 Martin Luther King, Jr. Humanitarian Award and the Colorado Black Chamber of Commerce President's Courage Award. In 2010, Rhonda was elected to the Colorado House of Representatives from an Aurora district. Rhonda was re-elected to the legislature in 2012 and chaired the House Local Government Committee and served on the House Education Committee and the Health, Insurance and Environment Committee.

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Welcome to Fields Wolfe Memorial Fund | CU Scholarships | Witness Protection

Rhonda Fields
Rhonda Fields President and Founder Fields Wolfe Memorial Fund View Bio | Interview with Rhonda Fields Rhonda Fields

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