Cami Grebel Bremer
Long-time community advocate Cami Bremer is running for El Paso County Commissioner District 5 with a bold vision of creating an atmosphere where government entities work together to better and efficiently serve the residents of Colorado Springs and El Paso County. She has a passion for ensuring El Paso County remains a safe and desirable place to raise families like hers, and that includes attention to planned growth and development, public safety and emergency preparedness, and fiscally-responsible management of tax dollars that will benefit citizens for decades to come.
Cami Bremer's background and common-sense conservatism make her uniquely qualified bring that vision of cooperation to the County Commission. Prior to her current work in Community & Physician Relations for Penrose Cancer Center, Cami served as Regional Director for the American Heart Association and also worked for the City of Colorado Springs and the Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce. Each of these positions required her to work with all stakeholders and find ways to work together with all involved to improve our community. She'll take that experience and a business-mindset to the commissioners office.
Commissioner District 5 is the home of the Olympic Training Center, UCCS and many military families. Having earned her Master's Degree in Business Management and Marketing from UCCS and being married to an Olympian and Air Force veteran makes Cami uniquely qualified to understand the value these institutions bring to the community. They, too, are a part of Cami's vision of a vibrant community where government, business and citizens work together.
Cami and her husband Eli have lived in the 5th Commissioner district since 2003. Their toddler son, Struthers, has his own story that highlights Cami's commitment to life and family values, and provides her with a unique perspective of health and human services issues facing the community.
As your commissioner, you can count on Cami Bremer to live out her beliefs and work with all citizens to foster cooperative relationships that allow government to efficiently deliver basic services that make El Paso County a wonderful place to live.