Marta Loachamin was elected to the Board of County Commissioners in 2020, with a term continuing through January 2025, representing District 2.
Marta is a long-time Longmont resident who has worked for social, economic, and housing justice by building opportunities for families throughout Boulder County and the Front Range.
Prior to serving on the Board of County Commissioners, Marta facilitated a project with Community Foundation Boulder County that highlights the opportunity for Cultural Brokers to influence decision making in our county. Additionally, her work with the City of Longmont after the 2013 flood established the Resiliency For All Project for the State of Colorado Division of Local Affairs.
She has taught youth in South America and in our own Saint Vrain Valley School District and is a licensed REALTOR® who has successfully helped hundreds of first-time homebuyer families access homeownership along the Front Range during her 20-year career as a housing advocate.
Marta served as a national trainer for the Hispanic Wealth Project after an extensive Directorship with the Metro Denver Chapter of the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals. She is a volunteer instructor of the Colorado Housing Finance Authority homebuyer class offered by the county and continues to serve on the Board of Directors at Longmont United Hospital Centura Health.
She is a University of Colorado Boulder graduate in Ethnic Studies and has a master’s degree in Secondary Education. Marta is the proud mother of two boys — a Buff and a Ram.
As a resident of Longmont, Commissioner Loachamin is the representative for District 2.