Miller Hudson moved to Denver forty years ago following his service with the U. S. Navy during the Viet Nam conflict. A graduate of the University of Maryland, he spent twenty years with Mountain Bell and USWEST before accepting an early retirement. He has served two terms in the Colorado Legislature (1979-1983) and was also Executive Director of both the Denver Department of Excise and Licenses for Mayor Federico Peña and the Colorado Intermountain Fixed Guideway Authority (CIFGA) that studied the feasibility of a high-speed monorail between the Denver and Eagle County Airports along I-70. Most recently he was Director of the Colorado Association of Public Employees and now works as a public policy consultant living and working in Denver. He is married to Cynthia and has two children and three grandchildren. An avid skier, he volunteers as a crew chef with Volunteers for Outdoors Colorado and Historicorps restoration projects.