Gordon Brenner is the Recovery Coordinator for the City of Colorado Springs Office of Emergency Management, an EMAP accredited organization. Gordon is a retired U.S. Air Force Reserve Chief Master Sergeant with 30 years of serving our country on active and reserve duty, and is also a retired Department of Defense Civilian with experience in military intelligence, international security cooperation and coalition-building. Since 2013, Gordon has applied his Federal experience to coordinate extensive local recovery efforts in Colorado Springs resulting from three federally declared disasters: the 2012 Waldo Canyon Fire, 2013 flooding, and 2015 flooding and landslides. Gordon co-founded and serves on emergency management collaboration and recovery committees at both the
local and State level. A native of Owosso, Michigan, Gordon is married and has three grown children and four grandchildren. He and his family have called Colorado Springs home since 1989.