Sean has been in Larimer County for nearly 20 years. Eighteen years ago, Sean started his business as a successful REALTOR® and he has thrived, selling nearly 400 properties for Buyers and Sellers in Northern Colorado.  Sean has a proven track record of both business acumen and customer service.  During the worst recession of our generation, Sean led the Fort Collins Board of REALTORS as their President while many others weren’t able to weather the storm and had to leave the field. As a REALTOR®, Sean has allocated time to learn as much as possible about the County, our local charities, organizations, and businesses.

With Larimer County, Sean has over 11 years of land use & County Master Plan experience:

  • 8 years on the Larimer County Planning Commission. Sean is currently the Chair of this Board, which is an advisory board to the Larimer County Commissioners. The Commission hears Land Use issues outside of town and city boundaries. Additionally, it is the final decision-making body for the Larimer County Master Plan and its components (;
  • 3 years on the Red Feather Lakes Planning Advisory Committee. This committee advises the County and the local community on issues that affect the Red Feather Lakes area, including roads and economic development. (

During his time at RE/MAX Alliance, Sean has been extremely active in both the Local and State REALTOR® Communities:

  • 8 years as a Director on the Fort Collins Board of REALTORS® (FCBR), including a year as the President of the Board. (
  • 9 years as a Member of the FCBR Government Affairs Committee, working with City, County, and State Legislators and Staff on relevant regulations, ordinances, and laws.
  • 8 years on the Colorado Association of REALTORS® (CAR) Grievance Committee, and currently the Chair. This committee hears initial Ethics and Arbitration complaints against REALTOR® Members and decides whether to move these complaints forward for Professional Standards Committee hearings.
  • 3 years on the CAR Legislative Policy Committee, and currently the Chair. This committee works with State Legislators on proposed legislation pertaining to housing related issues

Sean has also been recognized for his hard work with the Fort Collins REALTOR® Community:

  • 2012 – REALTOR® of the Year
  • 2014 – Housing Hero Award
  • 2017 – Good Neighbor Award

Locally, Sean has been active in many Northern Colorado Organizations and Charities, including:

  • 16 years as a member of the Fort Collins Chamber of Commerce (;
  • 13 years as a member of the North Fort Collins Business Association (NFCBA), with 12 years on their Board of Directors (;
  • 13 years working with the NFCBA Coats and Boots Drive, to assure that all elementary school students in the Poudre School District have adequate cold weather gear (;
  • 11 years in various roles at Realities for Children Charities (RFC), including co-founding and co-running a 5 year fundraising campaign, raising over $75,000 for scholarships to help older youth escape the cycle of abuse. Currently, Sean is an Ambassador for the RFC Business Community (;
  • 7 years on the Local Legislative Affairs Committee at the Fort Collins Chamber of Commerce, an advisory committee to their Board of Directors (
  • 6 years as an Assistant Scoutmaster with Troop 87 of the Boy Scouts of America, helping fine young men grow into fine young adults (;
  • 5 years as a partner at Neighbor to Neighbor charities, helping to counsel local residents in preparation of purchasing a permanent home (
  • 4 years working with Disabled Resource Services on their largest annual fundraiser, raising funds to assist local residents in need to be able to receive the resources, assistance, and counselling they need to live full, independent lives (;

Sean has taken the following programs, designed to increase and improve his knowledge of leadership and the workings of Larimer County and Northern Colorado as a whole:

  • 2012 – Leadership Northern Colorado – A joint initiative of the Fort Collins, Greeley and Loveland Chambers of Commerce, the Community Foundation of Northern Colorado and the Community Foundation Serving Greeley and Weld County, this six-month interactive development program will focus on regional issues, regionalism and regional leadership skills. The program is designed to educate and motivate leaders who are committed to shaping the future of our region. (;
  • 2014 – CityWorks 101 – a public education program that invites people to get up close and personal to their local government. Students receive presentations from dozens of City staff, the Mayor, and City Council. (;
  • 2016 – Larimer County 101 – a series of classes offered to the public to provide an inside look at the workings of Larimer County government and the services we provide. (;
  • 2016 – Leadership Program of the Rockies – to develop, strengthen, train and equip emerging leaders to reach new heights in public policy and the political process. (