Board Members

  • Steven R. Seibert Mr. Steven R. Seibert, President
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    A resident of Harrison for 30 years, Mr. Seibert spent his early youth growing up on a private ranch within the Southern Ute Indian reservation in Colorado. This diverse cultural experience and the small-town setting instilled and shaped the values he believes in to this day; community takes care of each other. He graduated from Harrison High School in 1987 and attended Mesa State College. His children attended HSD2 schools. His daughter graduated from Colorado State University with a degree in science and his son is a junior at Colorado Mesa University studying physics. For the past 30 years this community has supported him and his family educationally, economically, and spiritually. He now feels it's time to give back to the community and serve the schools that have given so much to them.

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  • Linda Pugh Mrs. Linda Pugh, Vice President
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    Mrs. Pugh has been a resident of Harrison School District Two for more than 30 years. She is a retired Army nurse and RN Nursing Instructor and her husband, Tim, is an Engineer. Their three children attended HSD2 from K-12 and now their grandsons are enrolled. An active voice in the district who previously served on the Harrison School Board from 2005-2013, Mrs. Pugh is honored to serve again. She is committed to decisions made in the “best interest of kids”, an education that prepares each scholar for future success in every aspect of his/her life, innovative approaches to education, open communication, and strengthening of community partnerships.

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  • Jeannie Orozco Ms. Jeannie Orozco, Secretary
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    Jeannie Orozco, a long-time resident of Colorado Springs, has spent the past decade advocating for communities. Jeannie has had tremendous success as a grassroots community organizer, played a key role in keeping her local community center open and has gained the trust of her neighbors. She recently finished working on a national grant that focused on the social determinants of health in impoverished communities. She has also spoken nationally about community organizing. Prior to her community work, Jeannie spent the better part of 15 years in management and operational support. In her free time, she volunteers for the Young Marines Organization, focusing on keeping youth away from drugs and out of gangs. She is the mother of two children, one is a graduate of Sierra High School and the other one will be graduating from Sierra in May.

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  • Kelley Pomis Mrs. Kelley Pomis, Treasurer
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    Kelley Pomis was raised in Colorado Springs and is a graduate of Colorado State University-Fort Collins where she studied Human Development and Family Studies. Post-graduation, Kelley committed her life journey to education, and in 2002 she moved to North Carolina where she began her teaching career as a Middle School Special Needs teacher. She continued to teach for seven years, primarily at the elementary level. She began coaching teachers simultaneously in 2006 and, in 2007 helped open a school as the founding math teacher. In 2009, Kelley became a full-time teacher coach. This work led her back to her hometown in 2014 where she oversaw the operations as the Deputy Director of a national education non-profit.  She currently coaches first year teachers full-time.

    Kelley stays busy alongside her husband Aaron, who is a teacher. They are the parents of two amazing young boys, Nicholas and Alexander. She is currently finishing up her Master’s in Educational Leadership and serves on the Nutrition Camp Foundation Board as well as City Council’s Human Relations Commission. 

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  • Keith VarneyMr. Keith Varney, Director
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    Keith has lived in Colorado since 1995 and in Harrison School District Two for over 16 years. He began volunteering in the District in 2002 as a member of the Turman Elementary PTO. His wife, Christine, works for the Colorado Department of Corrections, and their two children, Steven and Elena, attended HSD2 schools from Kindergarten through graduation from Sierra High School. In the past Keith has served on the Harrison Advisory Committee, the District Accountability Committee and as a member of HSD2-partner CPCD's Policy Council. He previously served on the HSD2 School Board from 2007 through 2013. He is a partner and programmer for a small computer application company based in Colorado Springs and has an Associate of Science (Computer Science) degree from Pikes Peak Community College. Keith feels that education must be a priority in our society and the best way to express that sentiment is to be involved. He is truly honored to be able to serve the District again and looks forward to focusing on the task of helping to provide our students with everything they need to succeed. 

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