Speaker July  28 Dr Wittenstein CEO Denver Health

Robin D. Wittenstein, Chief Executive Officer of Denver Health, is an executive with more than 35 years of experience in the health care industry, serving communities through leadership roles in a number of hospitals, including an academic medical center, complex teaching hospitals and safety net hospitals.

Prior to leading Denver Health, Dr. Wittenstein was Chief Operating Officer (COO) and Chief Population Health Officer (CPHO) at Penn State Health, overseeing the system’s network of clinics and academic affiliate hospitals across central Pennsylvania. Before that, Dr. Wittenstein held various leadership roles in hospitals throughout the northeast and Florida.

Dr. Wittenstein earned her bachelor’s degree in health planning and administration from Penn State, her MBA in health administration from the University of Miami and a doctorate of education from George Washington University. Dr. Wittenstein has served on numerous hospital alliance, health care and research foundation coalition boards.

Lions Save  the Dates
Tuesday July 28 - Lion Meeting – Speaker Dr Robin Wittenstein CEO Denver Health
Monday Aug 3 – Savio board meeting
Tuesday Aug 4 – Lion Board Meeting
Tuesday Aug 11 – Lion Meeting
Thursday Aug 13 – Rude Park Board Meeting
Saturday Aug 22 – Lion Picnic at Colorado Railroad Museum
Tuesday Aug 25 – Lion Meeting – Speaker Tom Barrett – DU Professor on Covid19
Matching Donation for Savio
Learn more about Savio helping families at
Three ways to donate
CLICK HERE Through the Denver Lions Foundation.  Note "Savio" in memo field 
CLICK HERE  Through the Savio website
Mail check to Denver Lions, 1373 Grant St Denver CO 80203   
Note "Savio" in memo field 
Meet Lion Doug Browm
Doug Brown retired October 1, 2003, after thirty-one years with the Colorado General Assembly’s legal staff agency, the Office of Legislative Legal Services.  For twenty-three years he directed the office, serving as the legislature’s chief attorney, advising on matters of constitutional law and legislative management, procedure, ethics, and public law litigation.  He managed an office of fifty employees, including twenty-five attorneys.  The nonpartisan office provides professional bill-drafting services and serves as in-house counsel to the state legislature.
He received a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Denver (DU) in 1967, majoring in International Relations and History, and a Juris Doctor degree from Northwestern University School of Law in Chicago, Illinois in 1970, and is licensed to practice law in Colorado.  He received a Certificate in Management from the DU Business School, was a Gates Foundation Fellow at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, and was a Henry Toll Fellow with the Council of State Governments.  He taught political science and business law and ethics at DU and lectured in law at the DU College of Law. He is a proud member of the Moffat County High School Hall of Fame, Craig, Colorado.
Since retiring he has been active in the Lions Club of Denver and First Plymouth Congregational Church UCC in Englewood, Colorado and advised the DU Strategic Issues Panel on “The Future of Colorado’s Constitution”.  He mentors law students at DU and was inducted into the Sturm College of Law Professional Mentoring Hall of Fame in 2020.
After devoting his career to state government, he is focusing on family and community service and his interests in the disciplines of law, religion, psychology and fly-fishing.  He is also an unreformed sports fan and follows Denver Broncos football, Colorado Rockies baseball, DU hockey, and Northwestern University football.
He is married to Denise Brown, has four grown children, 7 grandsons, 1 granddaughter, and two godsons.
He has served the Lions Club as President, Director, Foundation Trustee, and is a Key Member.  He is currently serving as Club Secretary
Volunteering at Thomas the Train
SAVE THE DATES FOR  VOLUNTEERING  A “Day out with Thomas” at the Colorado Railroad Museum.
The Railroad Museum is hosting the “Thomas the Tank Engine” for the 18th consecutive year and the Denver Lions have an opportunity to be Thomas Volunteers and help with this year’s program.  Last year Denver Lions volunteered 32 shifts and they all said they had a blast.  With the number of volunteers, the Museum did not charge us for the use of the pavilion.  We again need volunteers this year.
Thomas will be running for three weekends.  September  12-13,  19-20  26-27 save the dates
If you are able to volunteer for A Day Out With Thomas at the Colorado Railroad Museum, simply click this link to fill out the form
If you would like to volunteer, just send an email to the Event and Volunteer Director
It is a good idea to tell her what day or days you can help. If you have not volunteered for this either of the last two years,
 Try it, you will have a lot of fun.   It is a fun time and you will be a part of making a lot of little kids very happy.  Thomas the Train is a big deal for the little kids.
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