Colorado Board of Directors

Sarah M. Keane, President/Chair

Sarah Keane, an attorney at Kaplan Kirsch and Rockwell, represents public and private entities on a variety of regulatory, transactional and litigation matters involving energy and infrastructure project development around the United States. She assists energy project developers in securing approvals and entitlements, negotiating project agreements, and advocating before regulatory bodies. Sarah also represents environmental non-profits to promote clean vehicle policies in Colorado. Sarah joined the GRID Alternatives Colorado Board in 2018. Her full biography is available at

Brian Vickers/Treasurer

Project Manager for juwi Inc, Mr. Vickers joined the GRID Alternatives Board in 2018. Since 1990, he has pursued his passion for project leadership through a number of diverse fields from environmental services to renewable energy construction. For juwi, Mr. Vickers is responsible for managing development and construction activities for utility-scale solar projects.

Mr. Vickers’ full bio can be found at

Kathleen Pritchard

Kathleen Pritchard is an attorney at Davis Graham Stubbs, where she counsels private and public clients on environmental and energy matters. In her practice, Kathleen pairs her technical knowledge of environmental science garnered in undergrad with the strategic thinking and risk assessment skills she has developed as a litigator. She currently represents clients in rulemakings regarding Colorado’s evolving regulation of greenhouse gas emissions, and she’s served as counsel to a local company that collects and recycles restaurant waste oil. For the past two years, Kathleen has served on the Development Committee for GRID Alternatives Colorado, where she’s helped build and implement a comprehensive strategy to generate individual and corporate support. Kathleen earned her bachelor’s degree from Wake Forest University and her J.D. from the University of Texas School of Law.

Ryan Dulaney/Secretary

Ryan Dulaney has been in the solar industry since 2007, and during that time he has been an installer, designer, project manager, and department lead in the residential, commercial, and utility sectors. He has been a NABCEP-certified Solar PV Installation Professional since 2009 and has held the PMP certification since 2018. He is currently Director of Project Delivery at Generate Capital, a leading renewable energy infrastructure investor. Ryan has taught solar electric courses within the Energy Department at Red Rocks Community College and was named the Energy Project Manager of the Year in 2014 by the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Independent Electrical Contractors (IECRM). He is energized and inspired by the work Grid Alternatives-Colorado performs and enjoys supporting the organization in any way he can.

Paul Gonzales

Paul Gonzales is the Director of Re-entry at Life Line Colorado. Life Line Colorado provides counseling, mentoring, substance abuse treatments, pro-social activities, life skills, resource connections, career exploration, and job readiness training for people coming out of prison. Life-Line Colorado specializes in programs that support fatherhood, gang disengagement, substance abuse, and aggression replacement. He oversees a team of case workers who assist men and women coming out of the Colorado Department of Corrections to develop successful career paths and life plans.

Robert Anchrum

Robert Anchrum is a retired Maintenance Manager of 31 years with the US Postal Service with an extensive background in electrical/mechanical/HVAC/Aircraft Maintenance. His passion for leading, developing, and mentoring others led him to join GRID Alternatives Denver as an instructor. In this role, he developed a summer program to mentor high school students, which focused on various fields of study, including HVAC, Solar, and other alternative energy technologies. He is focused on educating youth to ensure they can strive to make a difference in the community by embracing new technology.

Robert has recently been appointed to the board of GRID Alternatives Denver, which will increase his passion for engaging, mentoring, and instructing our youth. His goal is to help others improve their quality of life and the life of our communities. “It is a blessing to be a part of the mission of GRID Alternatives of Denver, Colorado.”

Brandon Wellcome

Brandon Wellcome started his career in nonprofit work and assisted in the launch of a community service charity in Dublin, Ireland that mobilized volunteers to serve the needs of vulnerable and marginalized people. When he and his wife moved to Denver to launch a similar initiative, they installed solar on their home. As a result of that experience, Brandon fell in love with solar energy and, a year later, took a job in the solar industry where he worked in sales and management for eight years. In 2022, he accepted a position as Solar Trade Relations Manager at Xcel Energy where he now advocates for the solar industry and works alongside a sharp young utility team to help solar providers navigate the programs and policies that enable the growth of renewable energy in Colorado.