As an HCE member, you have a voice and the right to vote. HCE is holding an election for one seat in our Northern District. Director Dave Munk from the Southern District will retain his seat as no nominations have been timely and properly made by petition. As the incumbent, he will continue in office until the expiration of the next term in 2026. Also on the ballot are updates to our Articles of Incorporation. Please read the amended Articles and vote.

This year members have four different ways to vote:

  1. Mail – make sure to sign your ballot! Ballots will be mailed the week of May 9.
  2. Online – visit

  3. SmartHub – Log into your account using the app or visit the login page.

  4. Vote in-person at our Annual Meeting, held at 5 p.m. on Thursday, June 2, 2022, at Lundgren Amphitheater Field in Gypsum.

Electronic and mailed ballots must be received by May 31, 2022, at 5 p.m. Members who do not meet this deadline may vote in person at the Annual Meeting.

Northern District. The Northern District is the general area east of Glenwood Canyon along the I-70 corridor to Vail Pass, including Gypsum, Eagle, Edwards, Avon and Vail.

Meet the candidates

This year, two candidates are running for the Board seat in the Northern District. The following candidate profiles have been provided by the candidates.

Roseann Casey
Northern District

Roseann Casey is a senior-level professional with over 30 years of experience, including leadership positions in the U.S. Government, private and non-profit sectors focused on energy and power, environmental leadership, climate change, human rights, corporate sustainability, and humanitarian assistance.

Roseann is currently managing a multi-year contract in support of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Africa Bureau. Over the past decade, she served as a Foreign Service Officer with USAID including international posts in Afghanistan and Nigeria, where she managed power and energy sector investments, utility reform, gas-flaring reduction, road, and water sector infrastructure and related policy-level initiatives. She served in Washington D.C. as USAID/Power Africa policy lead, and co-chair of the Power Africa Interagency Policy Working Group, coordinating policy-related strategy and investments among U.S. government agencies. Roseann has also worked in a number of corporate responsibility roles and has worked in numerous complex settings across the globe, including resident posts in Afghanistan, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Indonesia, Nigeria, Russia, and Ukraine.

Ms. Casey holds a master’s degree in Public Administration from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, a master’s degree in non-profit management from Regis University in Denver, and a bachelor’s degree in business, communications, and political science from Regis University. She is a third-generation native of Denver and moved to Eagle County in 1987. She has owned a home in Eagle since 2015 and is thankful to have spent the “COVID era” at home in Colorado where she has deepened her connection with and appreciation for her wonderful community.

Adam Quinton
Northern District

My name is Adam Quinton. It has been my honor and privilege to serve you as a member of the Holy Cross Energy (HCE) Board since 2020. I am the HCE Treasurer and Chair of the Finance Committee of your Board.

I have been a HCE member for over 20 years and live in Edwards with my wife Mandy and our lively dog Beano. We have four grownup children who keep us pretty occupied too! I worked across the world for many years with Merrill Lynch as financial research analyst and manager. Now I am able to use my experience and expertise to contribute to our community supporting and advancing the work of HCE.

I will continue to focus on the HCE mission: providing safe, reliable, affordable and ultimately 100% clean electric service. In addition I see specific opportunities to enhance our leadership and member service by:

  • Democratizing solar and battery storage deployment (enhancing resilience, creating jobs and fighting climate change);
  • Modernizing our bills (offering more choices to pay for service and more ways to make savings);
  • Maximizing our talent (making full use of the skills and experiences of all those in our service territory)

Besides being a HCE Board member, I am President of my HoA and serve on the Board of Walking Mountains Science Center. I am an active member of Eagle County’s Climate Action Collaborative and volunteer at the Birds of Prey Downhill races.

I respectfully ask for your vote. Please contact me at:


The Annual Meeting of Members of Holy Cross Energy (HCE) will be held at 6:00 p.m. (doors open at 5 p.m.) on Thursday, June 2, 2022 at the Lundgren Ampitheater Field and Lawn at 789 Valley Road, Gypsum, CO 81637.