In addition to her role as City Attorney, Ms. Bronson has been appointed to serve on the Steering Committee for the National Western Center project, the Executive Committee for Denver’s Immigration Legal Services Fund, the Executive Oversight Committee for the Colorado Convention Center expansion project, and a member of the Mayor’s Performance Infrastructure Committee, Executive Development Council, and Policy Review Committee. She has chaired the Mayor’s Youth Violence Prevention Action Table since November 2019. In September 2020, she was also named Interim General Counsel for Denver International Airport, a role she fulfills in addition to her duties as the City’s Chief Legal Officer.
Prior to becoming City Attorney, Ms. Bronson was a partner in the Denver office of Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie LLP for twenty years. Ms. Bronson’s private law practice focused on complex business litigation with a focus on commercial real estate and banking. She represented lender, developer, and property management clients in all facets of real estate, construction and banking law, appearing regularly in state and federal courts and arbitration proceedings. She served as an arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association for many years and as a trial advocacy instructor for the Faculty of Federal Advocates.
She was listed in The Best Lawyers in America for Real Estate Litigation and Colorado Super Lawyers (Top 50 Women and Top 100 Lawyers). She is the recipient of the University of Colorado School of Law’s “Making a Difference” Dean’s Choice Award, Metro City Attorneys Association’s Outstanding City Attorney Award, the Richard Marden Davis Award for her civic, cultural, educational and charitable leadership, the “Women of Vision” Award for CREW Denver, the Denver Business Journal’s Forty Under 40, and was named Colorado Law Week’s Young Lawyer of the Year in 2008.
Ms. Bronson’s civic engagement has spanned her career, having served as Board President for the Colorado Women’s Bar Association Foundation, as President of Commercial Real Estate Women Denver, as a Board member of Downtown Denver, Inc., and as the Chair of the Downtown Denver Partnership’s Economic Development Council. She currently serves as a Board member and Secretary for the Caring4Denver Foundation and a Board member of the Rose Andom Center, a resource center for victims of domestic violence. She was appointed by former Governor Bill Ritter to serve on the Colorado Real Estate Commission for six years and on the Day Care Licensing Board for three years.
Kristin was born in Pensacola, Florida, and attended the University of Virginia where she earned her degree in American Government. After college, she worked in Washington, D.C. as a Legislative Assistant to U.S. Senator Bob Graham for four years before going to law school at the University of Colorado in Boulder. She and her husband, Jeremy, have two daughters.