Meg Froelich represents House District 3 in Sheridan, Englewood, Cherry Hills Village, and Denver. She the former Caucus Co Chair and sits on the Energy & Environment and the Transportation & Local Government Committees.
Rep. Froelich is passionate about the health of all Coloradans, and endeavors to be a voice for the most vulnerable people in our communities as well as domestic violence and sexual assult survivors. During the 2022 legislative session, Rep. Froelich sponsored the Reproductive Health Equity Act (RHEA). RHEA updated Colorado’s laws to protect reproductive rights and establish a fundamental right to choose to continue a pregnancy and give birth, or to have an abortion. This monumental legislation safeguards all reproductive rights in Colorado.
She has sponsored bills to lower healthcare costs by increasing investment in Primary Care, to protect the elderly in probate court, to guarantee against wage theft, and to assure ballot access for persons with disabilities and our overseas personnel. She is passionate about preserving Colorado’s air, land and water, and has fought Climate Change through increased energy efficiency and by tackling pollution.
Rep. Froelich is a small business owner and documentary filmmaker in Englewood, CO. Her most recent film is entitled, Strong Sisters: Elected Women in Colorado. She holds a Masters Degree in History from the University of Michigan and a BA from Bryn Mawr College. Rep. Froelich has taught at the High School and College level. Rep. Froelich served two terms on Greenwood Village City Council.
She is active in her community, serving on nonprofit boards, volunteering for local organizations, and as a parent of three children who have graduated from Littleton Public Schools. Her two daughters, Katrina and Annalise are currently working in California and New York, and her son, Osgood attends UCSB. She enjoys tennis, her two dogs, skiing, snowboarding, outdoor concerts, and hiking.