Amy Folsom Mullaney was a starting catcher for the women’s softball team for four years at the University of Notre Dame.
She has a bachelor’s degree in Economics from Notre Dame and a law degree from the University of Minnesota Law School.
She is second in command of the 4th Judicial District Attorney’s Office, which makes her the second highest ranking law enforcement officer in the 4th Judicial District, comprised of El Paso and Teller counties.
She is responsible for oversight of daily operations of the office, which employs 200 people, as well as prosecution of high-profile homicide cases.
She is vice president of the Colorado District Attorney’s Council, a council of all District Attorney’s offices in the state and she is a trustee with the El Paso County Bar Association.
She is active with the local KIDPOWER chapter that teaches safety to children and is the district attorney liaison with all military installations in the region for any criminal legal issues that may arise.
Her husband’s name is Colin, and they have two daughters, Aiden and Caolin.