Kent Christopher (K.C.) Veio
K.C. Veio is a founding Partner of Kline Alvarado Veio. K.C. founded the firm in 2004 after thirteen years working at large law firms, including nearly ten years at Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, where he was Chair of the Public Finance department. K.C.’s clients include national, regional and community banks, broker-dealers, local governments, and nonprofit organizations. K.C. has been rated “AV Preeminent™” by Martindale-Hubbell® continuously since 2000.
In addition to his professional work, K.C. enjoys giving back to the Denver community. Governor Bill Owens twice appointed him to the Board of the Colorado Educational and Cultural Facilities Authority (CECFA), and Governor Bill Ritter appointed K.C. to that Board a third time, where he eventually served as Board Chair. In 2002, Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper appointed K.C. to serve as a Commissioner of the Denver Public Library (where he eventually served two years as President of the Library Commission); in 2011, Mayor Guillermo Vidal appointed K.C. to the Denver Planning Board; and in 2013, Mayor Michael Hancock appointed K.C. to be a Commissioner of the Denver Urban Renewal Authority (DURA). K.C. currently serves as Vice Chair of the Corporate Development Committee for the Denver Art Museum and was also an organizer and former member of the Board of Directors of Solera National Bank.
University of Denver Sturm College of Law, J.D.
University of Colorado, BA
Professional & Community Activities
National Association of Bond Lawyers
Colorado Municipal Bond Dealers Association
Denver Art Museum, Corporate Development Committee, Vice Chair
Solera National Bank, Past Board Member
Colorado Educational and Cultural Facilities Authority, Past Board Member
Denver Public Library, Past Commissioner and President
Denver Planning Board, Past Board Member
Denver Urban Renewal Authority (DURA), Past Commissioner