Aimee is the Victim/Witness Coordinating Supervisor for the 7th Judicial District Attorney’s Office and has worked for the District Attorney’s Office for over 10 years. She is responsible for the oversight of six victim service providers within the 7th Judicial District.
In addition to coordinating services for victims, Aimee is tasked with administering the 7th Judicial Victim Assistance and Law Enforcement Program that was created to assist monetarily, through a grant process, by awarding funds to agencies that assist victims of crime. She also works collaboratively on various teams within the 7th Judicial District to include the Dolphin House, Department of Health and Human Resources, Sexual Assault Response teams, and local law enforcement agencies to help promote best practices to assist victims of violent crimes. She feels one of the best ways we can provide assistance to victims is by educating others on best practices to empower victims to become survivors.
Aimee graduated from Montrose High School in 1994 and attended college at Mesa State University. She is a second-generation Montrose native and, in her spare time, enjoys camping, archery and traveling, and her newest hobby… attempting to play golf. She has one son that she is so very proud of, currently enrolled at Colorado State University working towards a career working for Division of Wildlife. Aimee loves the Montrose community and all of her friends and family that live here.