Landri Taylor

Lay Trustee, Rocky Mountain PBS, Denver, Colorado

Landri Taylor is seeking election to a second term as a lay trustee on the APTS Board. Landri is the Founder of Alpha Associates in Denver, Colorado. Landri brings over 45 years of multi-disciplinary executive level experience in political consulting and strategy, corporate sales, corporate management, nonprofit management, community outreach and program management. Landri is a well-respected political insider with access to decision makers in both the public and private sectors. Landri utilizes intelligent strategies and his tremendous political access to assist clients in achieving their goals. His passion is finding ways to create value associated with a triple bottom line: social, financial and environmental. He believes by focusing on each of these goals his clients remain successful while making the world a better place.

Landri has served on numerous boards and commissions throughout the Denver area. Of particular note was Denver’s 1998 $100 million dollar Neighborhood Bond Campaign that Landri was asked to co-chair by former Denver Mayor Wellington Webb. Landri served as Board Treasurer on the Regional Transportation District Board in 1994 and helped to spearhead the completion of Denver’s first light rail transit corridor. Landri served on the Board of Rocky Mountain PBS from 2003 – 2009 and its Board Chair from 2007 – 2009. His community service also includes service on Denver’s Library Commission, the Mayor’s Commission on Workforce Development and the Community College of Denver Foundation. Landri was Chair of the Denver Democratic Party in 1997–1999, and has helped on many local, state and federal campaigns. Landri was recognized by the Urban Spectrum in 2001 as an “African American Who Makes a Difference.”  

Landri currently serves on the boards of the Denver Public School, Colorado Open Golf Foundation, Blair-Caldwell African American Research Library, American Association for Blacks in Energy (Board Treasurer) and the Stapleton Foundation. He was inducted into the Colorado Black Hall of Fame in 2008.

Landri received his B.A. in Biology from the University of California, Berkeley in 1974, and resides in Denver with his wife, Gloria, and has three grown children.