Colorado State Representative, House District 3
State Representatie Meg Froelich has been active in our community and state as an elected official, volunteer, and parent.
As HD 3's representative since 2019, Rep. Froelich's work with public service has happening since first elected in 2003, where she served two terms on Greenwood Village City Council and was the liaison to the Greenwood Village Chamber of Commerce (now DTC Chamber) and the Highline Canal Preservation Association.
Representative Froelich's work in the state legislature has provided a proven track record in support of education, the environment, state infrastucture projects and criminal reform with women and children and the disabled communites.
Her non-profit work includes serving as the Executive Director of the Colorado Institute for Leadership training, an organization that trains community leaders in public policy over ten months in ten counties across Colorado.
Meg produced a nonpartisan documentary film about Colorado's unique and significant history of elected women entitled Strong Sisters. She has previously produced documentary episodes for the A&E series “Biography” and “The Twentieth Century with Mike Wallace,” “American Masters" and “The American Experience” PBS series, as well as documentary series on education and childhood.
Meg has graduated three Littleton Public Schools children and has been an active volunteer and fundraiser. Oldest daughter Katrina graduated UCLA in May of 2019, Annalise (“Lili”) is a senior at University of Pennsylvania, and Osgood (“Ossie”), our native Coloradan, graduated Littleton High School this past May. Meg also holds a teaching credential and has taught at the secondary and college levels.
She is a graduate of Bryn Mawr College and holds a Masters Degree in History from the University of Michigan.