Georgia Edson

Chief Program Officer at Rocky Mountain Human Services


Georgia Edson is the Chief Program Officer at Rocky Mountain Human Services.

Georgia started working in the intellectual and developmental disability (I/DD) system in 1995 developing residential and day programs and has advanced in the field ever since. She worked at RMHS when it was known as Denver Options for seven years in a variety of roles, such as a case manager supporting adults in developmental disability (DD) services and a clinical social worker and a program manager supporting the intake and service enrollment process. Georgia then became the case management director at Developmental Pathways for five years leading the case management and quality assurance team for children and adult services in Douglas and Arapahoe counties and the City of Aurora.

Most recently Georgia spent four-and-a-half years as the Division Director for the Regional Center Operations of the Colorado Department of Human Services overseeing the systems that provide state operated services for individuals with I/DD across Colorado. Georgia was accountable for financial and programmatic operations, leadership, innovation and program development.

Georgia has a master’s degree from Florida State University in social work and is a Colorado Licensed Clinical Social Worker.



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