Executive Team



Mr. Montoya worked for most of his professional life in some of the most prestigious and accomplished law firms, including Patton Boggs and Kamlet Reichert.  This first-hand experience provided many important lessons in running operations as well as managing a variety of challenging projects for high-profile clients.  His background and relationships with many of Denver's top lawyers and his experience at managing personnel and situations led him naturally into politics where he was the Deputy Campaign Manager and Finance Director for the Colorado Attorney General run of Ken Salazar.  It was following the successful campaign that Mr. Montoya decided to launch his own operation, D1 Solutions.

Mr. Montoya's business acumen and practical experience and expertise established a solid foundation for the new company and his capabilities and the success of the business was recognized in a number of ways.  In 2005, Mr. Montoya was named one of the "Top 40 under 40" by the Denver Business Journal.  In 2006, Governor Ritter appointed him to his Technology Transition Committee.  The following year, Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper named Mr. Montoya to the influential Denver County Judicial Nomination Commission. 

In addition to his key appointments, Mr. Montoya is committed to his community and serves on the Board of Directors of the Denver Children's Museum and is the Chairperson of the Business Development Committee for the Denver Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.