Cami Bremer was elected to the Board of County Commissioners District 5 seat in November 2018. District 5 encompasses the center portion of El Paso County, including most of the City of Colorado Springs.
Cami brings broad experience in government and media relations as well as healthcare and non-profit management to her role as a county commissioner. Cami has served as Regional Director for the American Heart Association, Provider & Community Relations Manager for Penrose Cancer Center, Director of Governmental Affairs for the Chamber of Commerce, and Communications Specialist for the City of Colorado Springs, where she was certified in federal emergency management communications.
Cami has a passion for Human Services and cost-effective policies that allows for serving those in need, while incentivizing long term family-centered solutions. Cami also looks forward to collaborating across jurisdictions and organizations for a regional approach to solving current community issues such as homelessness, affordable housing and workforce development.
Cami grew up in Georgia and attended the University of Georgia where she earned her Bachelors of Journalism in Public Relations. After moving to Colorado in 2002, she continued her education with an MBA in Marketing from UCCS.
Cami is married to Eli Bremer (USAFA ’00, OLY ’08) and they have a son named Struthers. On any given weekend, Cami and her family can be found enjoying outdoor activities like hiking, biking, golfing, swimming, running and skiing.
Commissioner Bremer took the oath of office for her second four-year term on January 10, 2023.
Boards and Committees:
- Board of Health (Co-Member with Commissioner Gonzalez)
- Colorado Department of Human Services Child Welfare Allocation Committee
- Pikes Peak Area Council of Governments (Co-Member with Commissioners VanderWerf and Williams)
- Pikes Peak Workforce Consortium Executive Committee (Co-Member with Commissioner VanderWerf)
- El Paso County Juvenile Community Review Board
- Housing Authority
Chair/Vice-Chair Liaison To:
- Citizen Outreach Group (COG)
- El Paso County Facilities Corporation
- Health Plan Trust Board
- Six Star (Pikes Peak Association of Realtors)
- iInspire (Award Recognizing Local Youth Who Have Overcome Adversity)