Kristin Rozansky currently serves as the Chief Operations Officer for the Department of Personnel & Administration with the State of Colorado. Prior to that, she was the director for the State Personnel Board from 2005 to 2012 and served as a board administrative law judge from 2000 to 2005. During that time she handled administrative hearings and served as a settlement facilitator.   

Prior to joining the board, Kristin was an assistant attorney general in the Colorado Attorney General's office in the Business and Licensing Section, where she was general counsel to the State Personnel Board, the State Boards of Accountancy and Barbers and Cosmetologists and served as trial counsel for the administrator of the Uniform Consumer Credit Code and the Collection Agency Board.

In the community, she serves as a member of the University of Colorado’s Law Alumni Board and as a member of the Colorado Bar Association’s Continuing Legal Education Board. She is a past co-chair of Denver’s Career Service Board, member of Denver’s new Human Resource Commission and board member of the Colorado Women's Bar Association. 

Rozansky received her law degree from the University of Colorado Law School in 1994 and graduated magna cum laude with a BA in social work from Colorado State University in 1983. After law school, she clerked for the Honorable Cheryl Post in the eighteenth judicial district.  She is the recipient of Colorado Law School’s 2004 alumni award for distinguished achievement.