Todd Ohlheiser has been Executive Director for the CRMCA, as well as the Colorado Stone, Sand & Gravel Association (CSSGA) since 2013. Prior to that, he spent many years in the construction, concrete, and aggregate mining industry managing businesses and operations the both US and Canada. In the current capacity, Todd oversees both associations in an effort to positively impact legislative & regulatory issues, continuously drive safety, and drive overall improvement within the ready mixed concrete industry.
Todd holds a B. S. in Business Administration from Regis University in Denver, CO and a Associate Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the North Dakota State College of Science. He is currently earning a Masters Degree in Organizational Leadership at Colorado State University Global Campus.
Stacy Ehrlick has been with the Colorado Ready Mixed Concrete Association (CRMCA) since December 2011. She has a diverse background including project management, training, and customer service. She spent 10 years with distant online education training and integrating online learning for the Apollo Education Group and Thunderbird Garvin School of International Management; 6 years of project management, operations, and customer service for an information technology company with over 600 customers; she also has experience project managing 22 states’ construction projects in installation and maintaining equipment for a third-party billing company.
Stacy is responsible for managing national and industry certification offerings, ready-mix concrete market expansion through the market committees, assist with association committees and accounts receivable, and increase the unification of the industry to help education and increase high productivity of ready-mix concrete.
Annelise has been involved with the Colorado Stone, Sand & Gravel Association (CSSGA) since August 2012 when she began working part time as the Administrative Assistant. Her involvement grew when she came on full time with the Colorado Ready Mixed Concrete Association (CRMCA) and CSSGA in January 2014. Her role has evolved to Communications & Administrative Coordinator.
Annelise spends her time managing the associations’ websites and social media presences, continued research and development of safety training products, event planning, and working with the membership to continue to expand industries’ impact throughout Colorado.
Annelise holds a B.S. in Psychology & Sociology from Virginia Commonwealth University. Her background includes administrative work and research in the social psychology and usability testing fields. She is an avid traveler and enjoys spending her time cooking, hiking, and exploring all that Colorado has to offer.