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Lori Bosanko serves as Chief Administrative Officer and General Counsel for FCCS. Her years of deep and varied experience give her unique legal insight in her consulting engagements, which include:
Lori Bosanko serves as Chief Administrative Officer and General Counsel for FCCS. She brings a deep and varied experience to the role, having previously served as general counsel, worked with boards of directors and provided legal insight on a broad variety of business, insurance and policy issues.
Lori previously served as assistant city attorney for the City and County of Denver in Airport Legal Services division. There she provided legal insight and support in a variety of areas, including policy development, legislative relations, contract administration and most recently the sensitive issues surrounding the legality of recreational marijuana in the state.
Prior, Lori was the Arapahoe County Board of County Commissioners administration manager, supporting the policy making process, budget management and strategic goal-setting to meet the County’s mission, vision and values. Serving as liaison between five elected supervisors and management, she honed her ability to negotiate priorities among competing interests and manage through sensitive situations.
Lori earned a bachelor’s degree in political science and Spanish and a master’s degree in political science with an emphasis in public administration and international studies from the University of South Dakota, and a juris doctorate from William Mitchell College of Law in Minnesota. She is licensed to practice law in Colorado and Minnesota.
“There are legal implications to most business policies and decisions; I’m here to help explain them." - Lori Bosanko