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Elected in 2023


Council President Pro Tem Lynette Crow-Iverson, At-Large Representative

107 N. Nevada Avenue
Suite 300
Colorado Springs, CO 80903

Phone: (719) 385-7720


Lynette Crow-Iverson was the Founder, President and CEO of Conspire! A groundbreaking Industry Compliance firm. Conspire! rapidly grew to serve over thousands of companies, schools, and organizations with locations across the world. Due to Lynette’s experience as a trauma and cardiac nurse, combined with her keen insight into workforce trends and business needs she immediately identified a market potential for industry compliance in the safe and drug-free workplace, this led to a seamless transition into a position of management of medical operations in Occupational Medicine offering a safety net of services for Employers. In 2008, Lynette became the managing partner of HealthQuest Medical Services, a Workers Compensation Medical Clinic in Colorado Springs.

Lynette is a respected authority routinely called upon by members in her industry and beyond. In addition to launching one of the state’s most innovative businesses in the past decade, she served on several boards and commissions dedicated to improving, enriching, and enhancing the quality of life in Colorado Springs. Recognized as an expert in business ethics and corporate compliance, Lynette was one of the founding mayor-appointed trustees for the Colorado Springs Health Foundation and served for two years as the chair for the Pikes Peak Workforce Authority Board. She currently sits on the Regional Connect Committee for the Chancellor of UCCS and is the Vice Chair of UCHealth- Grandview Hospital Board and a UCHA State Board Member. Lynette has received the women of distinction award from the Girls Scouts of America and the prestigious S. Jerrard Smith Community Service Award from Pikes Peak United Way.

Lynette ran many successful campaigns under the Suthers administration to include, 2C, 2C2, PPTRA, and TOPS.

Since the sale of her businesses in April 2022, Lynette ran for City Council At Large and was elected on April 4th, 2023, and now serves on Colorado Springs City Council as President Pro-Tem.

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