At the Jan. 25, 2023 Council meeting, Broomfield City Council selected Paloma Delgadillo to fill the vacant Ward 2 term left by William Lindstedt's resignation, who was elected to represent Colorado House District 33. She was virtually sworn in at the City Council meeting on Feb. 7, 2023.
Delgadillo currently serves as the data analytics manager at a pre-IPO tech company. Other experience includes working with the Chicago Chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW) and on the board of the state chapter of NOW while participating in the Obama Foundation’s Community Leadership Corp.
Delgadillo moved to Broomfield in July of 2020 and soon began volunteering with the Northern Colorado Chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW) and also served on NOW’s national board as western district representative. She recently completed the 2021-2022 Broomfield Chamber of Commerce leadership program, deepening her understanding of our growing and welcoming community that she now calls home.
Delgadillo holds a BA in economics and a minor in statistics from the University of Chicago undergraduate program and also earned her masters of science in analytics (MScA) from the University of Chicago Graham School.
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