David Milton

Instructional Faculty – World Language (Spanish)

Appointed 2014. Mr. Milton’s professional career has always employed the Spanish language. First, he worked for a Catholic hospital system in his hometown of Birmingham, Alabama, creating grant-based healthcare initiatives for uninsured or underinsured Hispanics from our statewide facilities. While in this position, he also taught Spanish as an adjunct professor of Spanish at Samford University. He then taught high school Spanish for two years before moving to Arequipa, Peru in 2012, where he and his wife served as missionaries to engage the evil of child trafficking by forming mission partnerships with local leaders. They then moved to Denver from the mission field in 2014. Since moving, Mr. Milton and his wife have welcomed a daughter and son into their family. Although transplants themselves, they delight in their two Colorado natives. Their favorite times as family are enjoyed while camping in the woods, exploring a trail, or playing in a stream.


B.A. Spanish — Auburn University, 2004 magna cum laude B.S. International Business with Economics minor — Auburn University, 2004 magna cum laude M.A. Hispanic Studies — Auburn University, 2006