Matt Baca is the Executive Director of Colorado Legal Services, Colorado’s statewide legal aid provider. Before that, Matt served by appointment of Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser as the Director of the Community Engagement Division in the office of the Colorado Attorney General, where he oversaw the Division’s work in outreach and engagement, department-wide intake and data, granting, the Safe2Tell program, and opioid response. Prior to joining the AG’s office, he was an attorney in the Migrant Farm Worker Division of Colorado Legal Services, where he litigated a full docket of employment, civil rights, and human trafficking cases. Before that, he was an associate attorney with the Seattle office of Earthjustice and a judicial law clerk in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. He graduated in 2011 with a joint M.P.A./J.D. from the Harvard Kennedy School and New York University School of Law, where he was a Root-Tilden-Kern Scholar.
NYU School of Law, JD, Root-Tilden-Kern Scholar
Harvard Kennedy School, MPA
University of Colorado - Boulder, BA
Dedicated to the advancement of Hispanics in the legal profession and improving the life of the Hispanic community in Colorado.