Majority Caucus Co-Chair
Lisa Cutter represents House District 25, which encompasses much of unincorporated Jefferson County, including Conifer, Evergreen, Morrison, Pine and parts of Golden and Littleton. Representative Cutter sits on the Public & Behavioral Health & Human Services Committee and the Energy and Environment Committee. She serves as the Majority Caucus Co-Chair and The Democratic Women’s Caucus Co-Chair.
Rep. Cutter’s priorities are to champion legislation that protects: our planet by advancing zero waste legislation, promoting wildfire and other disaster mitigation, and creating resiliency, our people by improving education and access to mental healthcare, and our democracy by strengthening first amendment protections and supporting media and media literacy as a critical part of understanding and participating in democracy.
Rep. Cutter was born and raised in Colorado, and has lived most of her life in Jefferson County. Rep. Cutter is an award-winning public relations and communications professional and launched Cutter Communications in 1998, where she counselled a wide range of nonprofits and businesses across a range of industries, including food, banking, healthcare, law and recreation. Throughout her career, she has been active in the community, participating in a number of non-profit boards and committees, including as chair of the Women’s Bean Project and president of the Colorado chapter of Public Relations Society of America.
Rep. Cutter has always worked to be part of the solution, so becoming a public servant was a natural next step. She works to drive real and impactful change in Colorado with a combination of a high-level systems perspective and an intimate knowledge of our community. It has always been important to Rep. Cutter to bring people together to solve problems by encouraging civil discourse, so she works hard to be accessible to her constituents and listen to their concerns.