Cresa Advisor Tapped for Denver Children’s Home Board of Directors


Cresa advisor, Rob Anderson, has joined the board of directors for the Denver Children’s Home. The oldest nonprofit in Colorado, it restores hope and health to traumatized children and families through a comprehensive array of therapeutic, educational, and community-based services. As a board member, Rob will provide counsel and fundraising support as well as sit on the development committee.  

“My goal with any board that I serve on is to make sure it has a direct impact on the community,” said Rob Anderson. “The Denver Children’s Home provides data-driven solutions that help the children and families in Denver that need it most.” 

Denver Children's Home offers a 24/7 on-site Residential Program; a fully accredited and integrated school, The Bansbach Academy (accredited by Advanced Ed and the Colorado Department of Education); a Daytime Treatment Program; a transitional, semi-independent group home for boys ages 14 to 18 called Discovery Home; Community Based Services including an Intensive In-Home Program, Outpatient Services and the Family Resource Center which provides classes, advocacy, and support like referrals and Family Needs Assessments to clients being served in our other programs as well as community members at large; and an Assessment Program that offers resources for both children and adults who are interested in learning more about themselves and their current issues.

Prior to starting his career in real estate, Rob was an associate director in Stanford University’s Development Office, helping to set all-time fundraising records for both the young alumni and annual fund teams. Before that, he worked on both state and federal-level campaigns in Iowa and spent years as a political consultant in Washington D.C.

For more information about Rob Anderson and the work he does at Cresa click here.