Phone: 303.569.3277

Katie Marquardt


I was born and raised in Littleton Colorado. I attended St Louis Catholic School from kindergarten through 8th grade. I went to Heritage High School in Littleton Colorado and graduated in 2000. I began school Metropolitan State College of Denver (now Metropolitan University) in 2000 and graduated in 2008 with Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice. During this time, I was attending school part time and working at various restaurants as a waitress part time. I also coached competitive volleyball for high school girls during this 8 year period. After I graduated from college, I moved to Florida just for the experience of living away from my home and family. I moved back after 1 year away because I missed my family far too much. I began working at the Clear Creek County Sheriff’s Office in 2009. This is where I met my husband. We got married in 2010 and now have 2 beautiful kids. Carter is almost 3 years old and attends preschool at Georgetown Community School, and Maci is 2 months old. In 2014, I started at Regis University and graduated in 2015 with Bachelor of Science in Nursing. After graduating from nursing school, I started work at the VA in Denver. Long 12 hour shifts away from my family, helped to make the decision to leave the VA and come back to Clear Creek County, as a nurse. The Sheriff’s office is my second family and I absolutely love the community of Clear Creek County. For this reason, I will finish out my career as a nurse serving this community and these people.

Why did I choose Georgetown Community School?

When offered an opportunity to help as a nurse at the school, it was a no-brainer. It is 1 block away from the Sheriff’s Office and I get to help the community and the kiddos I adore.

If the Students could learn one thing, what would it be?

Hard work will ALWAYS pay off. There is NO exception. If you work hard, you WILL be successful, I promise. Never give up!

When you were a child, what did you want to be when you grew up, and why?

When I was a child, I wanted to be a veterinarian. I always loved animals but was very sensitive when one would die. I worked for multiple years as a receptionist at a small animal clinic, and when there was an animal that would pass away, I would cry. I thought that as time passed, it would be easier, but instead it got harder. I decided I did not want to spend my career and life crying, so I choose a different path. However, I continue to love animals. We have 3 dogs in our home.

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