The MURP Alumni Association’s mission is to further the enduring educational interests, social diversity, professional development, and charitable support of CU Denver MURP students, alumni, and the communities they serve. MURPAA will encourage participation in the affairs of the College of Architecture and Planning, the University of Colorado Denver, the greater Denver Metropolitan Area, and the Intermountain West.
Our members are involved in many aspects of regional and local planning, including transportation, housing, and sustainability. They are employees of private planning firms, public planning agencies, and non-profit organizations. All of them have dedicated themselves to furthering the success of alumni and students through this alumni association, and the powerful connections individuals and organizations can provide through mentorship, professional support, and scholarship funding.
Membership is open to any University of Colorado (CU) Denver MURP graduate interested in supporting the mission of the Association. The Board of Directors may approve a special membership for non-graduates.
Our Bylaws lay out our mission, requirements for membership, governance structure, duties and responsibilities of board members, and other rules and policies for the organization. You can read our Bylaws here.
Meet our current board. Board members represent a diverse skill set and expertise in the planning field. From housing to transportation, working for local government or private planning firms, and everything in between. Board members are responsible for furthering MURPAA’s mission by creating spaces for student and alumni interaction and fostering powerful connections through mentorship, professional support, and scholarship funding.
Brit graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Sociology from the University of Colorado – Boulder. Having started out working in her community and volunteering in different schools she quickly advanced in her studies and began working for a U.S. Senator and Colorado Representative. She remains informed with close ties to key leaders in and around the city of Denver. Having previously worked at an Engineering firm in Denver West Highlands, Brit acted to improve organizational practices and efficiencies, drafted proposals, and worked on a residential rezoning project. Brit graduated with her Master’s in Urban and Regional Planning at the University of Colorado Denver and is currently working as a Project Manager in Real Estate Development, Permitting and Construction. Brit is an entrepreneur who enjoys designing houses and has a background in AutoCAD and other various design software. During her freetime, Brit enjoys camping, hiking and traveling.