Kyle Giddings


Kyle Giddings is a Colorado native with deep roots in communities up and down the front range. The great-grandson of a coal miner from Trinidad, and the grandson of a migrant farmer from the San Luis Valley, Kyle draws upon the legacy of his ancestors to inspire him to work towards justice for the communities he’s a part of as a directly impacted person.

Working as the Civic Engagement Coordinator for the Colorado Criminal Justice Reform Coalition, Kyle hopes to work toward developing programs and implementing policies that help justice-involved people have a voice in their communities. Kyle believes that one of the cornerstones to reentry is participating in civic engagement, and believes that is why the Voting with Conviction program and his work in jail-based voting is so important.

Kyle and his wife Erica reside in Olde Town Arvada, a suburb of Denver where they enjoy spending time in nature, traveling, and going on adventures with their newborn son Arlo.