William Mutch named Government Affairs/Public Policy Director

Today, the Housing and Building Association of Colorado Springs is pleased to announce the addition of veteran government relations executive William Mutch as the Director of Government Affairs and Public Policy.

Mutch brings over fifteen years of government relations and political experience to the position.  His background includes government relations work with the Home Builders Association of Metropolitan Denver as well as previously holding the Government Relations position with the Colorado Association of Home Builders.

William’s career has ranged from handling legislative issues for Colorado Senate President John Andrews, managing press and communications for former Colorado Congressman Bob Schaffer, as well as campaign and District Director responsibilities for former Colorado Congressman Tom Tancredo.

Mutch was also the Executive Director for the pro-business association Colorado Concern for three years, before moving into finance and working in public finance investment banking for Piper Jaffray, and also held a financial position with Morgan Stanley Smith Barney.

He holds a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Montana, and a Master’s in Public Administration from the School of Business and Public Management at the George Washington University.

“We are extremely excited to have William joining our team.  His background and experience will, without question, elevate the HBA’s already effective regulatory, political, and policy section.  The extensive search to find the right person has been well worth the journey.  We have found an enthusiastic and effective advocate for our members whose primary mission is to provide the dream of home ownership in the Colorado Springs community!”  said Renee Zentz, Chief Executive Officer of the Housing and Building Association of Colorado Springs.


One Response to William Mutch named Government Affairs/Public Policy Director

  1. Ron Smith says:


    Congrats. You are very deserving. You have persevered.

    Ron Smith

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