Shirley Anne Bramhall Edit Profile
Bachelor, University Colorado, 1947. Master of Arts, University Pittsburgh, 1972.
Research associate, Morton Hoffman & Company, Baltimore, 1961-1964; consultant, 1964-1969; neighborhood planner, Pittsburgh Planning Department, 1969-1971; deputy director, Pittsburgh Planning Department, 1971-1975; division chief, Small Area Planning division, Denver, 1975-1979; chief planner, Community Development Agency, Denver, 1979-1981; program officer, Piton Foundation, Denver, 1981-1984; president, Bramhall & Associations, Denver, 1984-1987; deputy director, Denver Planning and Community Development Office, 1987-1992; planning consultant, since 1992. Former instructor urban studies Johns Hopkins University, U. Baltimore, Notre Dame College Baltimore. Adjunct Professor planning U. Colorado School Architecture and Planning, Denver, 1984-1987.
President, vice president, member Denver Housing Authority Board, 1984-1987. Member American Planning Association, National Association Housing and Redevelopment Officials, Denver City Club (vice president 1985-1986).
Married Marvin Scilken, April 1946 (divorced June 1947). Married David F. Bramhall, August 13, 1948. Children: Martha Ann, Frederick Paul, Jenny Rachel, Rebecca Laura.