We are one team, and each person plays an integral role.


David is CEO and founder of BRYNN GREY and oversees visioning, entitlements and financing. David founded the company in 1994 and has been developing traditional neighborhoods in Colorado since 1999. David is a member of the Colorado Bar and has practiced land use and real estate law.

As General Counsel for a national real estate investment, development and management firm, David has been involved in real estate development in Alabama, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Maryland and Tennessee; projects including residential development, manufactured housing and marina acquisition / permitting. David currently resides in the Wellington Neighborhood and has two children, both graduated with honors from UVA, his daughter formerly working in the Obama White House and now working at the Aspen Institute in Washington DC and his son is in the music industry in Charlottesville, VA.


Tom Lyon is Principal and founder of Wolff Lyon Architects. Originally founded in the early 1980’s, the firm has evolved from the original design-build firm to a full-service architectural, urban design and development consulting firm based in Boulder, Colorado.

In the area of community development, Wolff and Lyon were the founders of the Affordable Housing Alliance and architects for the Poplar Project, an award winning (Urban Land Institute and American Institute of Architects) affordable housing joint venture with the City of Boulder Housing Authority. They were selected by the City of Boulder in a major competition as project architects for the Foothills Community, a 75-unit affordable housing neighborhood. Tom is instrumental to the Brynn Grey Team, often establishing the vision for each development. Key projects include: Whole Foods Frisco / Basecamp, Frisco, Colorado; Eighth and Pearl Shops and Residences, Boulder, Colorado; Peak One Neighborhood, Frisco, Colorado; Wellington Neighborhood, Breckenridge, Colorado; Miller Ranch, Eagle County, Colorado; Lincoln Park at the Wellington Neighborhood, Breckenridge, Colorado; Stapleton Design Book, Denver Colorado; Main Street North, Boulder, Colorado.

Michael Gardner
Chief Operating Officer

With an extensive background in managing high-growth startups, Michael runs BRYNN GREY’s IT and daily operations. Michael is a licensed airline pilot, and has traveled all over the world. He now lives in Telluride, CO with his wife and has a daughter going to Colorado College.

Dan McCreary
President, Construction & Development

Dan has worked with Brynn Grey since 1999. In addition, Dan serves as President of Traditional Neighborhood Builders, Inc. and has over 22 years Summit County / high altitude construction experience, positions including: carpenter, superintendent, estimator, and construction manager. Dan has overseen all horizontal and vertical construction of 350 homes in the Wellington and Peak One Neighborhoods managing 18 primary subcontractors with over 100 employees. Mr. McCrerey and his wife Roberta have a 14 year old daughter and an 18 year old son. They have lived in Frisco, Colorado for over twenty-five years.

Melissa Sherburne
Vice President of Development
Melissa is VP of Development at Brynn Grey, developer of locals’ neighborhoods in the high country, including Wellington Neighborhood in Breckenridge, Peak One Neighborhood in Frisco, and Whole Foods/Basecamp in Frisco. Melissa is overseeing the development of West Steamboat Neighborhoods, a locals neighborhood in Steamboat that will include 450 homes with a sense of community and place. Prior to joining Brynn Grey, she worked as a consultant for over a decade, with dozens of public and private sector clients across the West. Her work in places Steamboat Springs, Aspen, Ridgway, Gypsum, and Nederland have received numerous awards for sustainability, innovation, and collaborative partnerships. Melissa has a B.A. from the University of Colorado at Boulder, and a Masters of Environmental Management from Duke University. She is certified AICP and LEED-AP, and is a member of ULI’s Resort, Entertainment, Tourism and Leisure (RETL) Council. Melissa, her husband, and two children live in Frisco, where she served on the Planning Commission for many years, and was elected to the Frisco Town Council in 2018.
Project Manager

Michael is one of Steamboat Springs’s most promising young leaders, and is uniquely qualified to be Project Coordinator at Brynn Grey. Having lived in Steamboat since 2014, and working in real estate, she has seen first-hand how difficult it can be to find an attainable place to call home in a world-class resort community. In 2017, she heard about West Steamboat Neighborhoods and reached out to the team to learn how she could help make the project a reality— in 2019, she managed the local election to approve the WSN annexation which led to a landslide victory! Since then she has become integral to our team, on sales and marketing and overseeing construction systems R&D, ensuring that BGP is on the leading edge of technology and affordability. Michael is very involved in her community; she has served on the Steamboat Pilot & Today Editorial Board, is currently on the Yampa Valley Housing Authority Board, Young Professionals Network Board, and the Steamboat Springs Chamber Economic Development Council where she serves on the Public Policy Committee; is a graduate of Leadership Steamboat and City 101; and is a member of the Steamboat Springs Board of Realtors. Originally from Louisiana, she has a degree from LSU in Disaster Science Management with a minor in Geography. In her free time, she enjoys yoga, running, skiing, and mountain biking.

Carol March
Director of Finance

Carol has been a member of the team since 2000, and oversees all the Brynn Grey company’s finances, accounting and banking relationships. She and her husband have lived in Boulder for over 52 years, and they have three children.

Kate Clement
Director of Marketing, Sales & Operations

Kate oversees marketing, sales and operations for the Brynn Grey Team; including most recent projects – the Peak One and Wellington Neighborhoods, and the Whole Foods Frisco / Basecamp project. She has been with Brynn Grey since 2011. Kate is responsible for coordinating construction schedules, financing, the sales / leasing process, agency liaison, and broker relations. In addition, Kate oversees on-site sales & marketing including the evolution and execution of all marketing campaigns, social media, website, video, signage, and print materials. Kate also assists our residential buyers through the sales process from start to finish with her incredible customer service. In 2000, Kate graduated from the University of Vermont with a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration, then moved to Colorado a few months later. After obtaining her Real Estate Brokers License in 2002, Mrs. Clement began building her real estate career and passion with Markel Homes Construction Company in Boulder. In 2011, Mrs. Clement was recruited to become a part of the Brynn Grey team and relocated to Summit County. Mrs. Clement is an avid mountain biker & skier, and spends her free time exploring the mountains with her husband, adventurous two boys, and their playful Griffon, Oskar.

Ronnie Pelusio
Founding Partner

Ronnie Pelusio is a founding partner of Pel-Ona Architects & Urbanists. He is a licensed Architect and LEED Accredited Professional with a diverse, well-rounded and detail-oriented palette of skills. He helps to manage and lead Brynn Grey teams through all phases of the entitlement, site planning, architectural design and construction processes. Pel-Ona Architect’s & Urbanists having worked with Brynn Grey on the Wellington, Peak One and West Steamboat Neighborhoods.

Ronnie has first-hand experience as a developer on multi-family infill projects, establishing a background that allows him to create and analyze a proforma against development scenarios. He serves on the City of Boulder’s Landmarks Board, giving him greater insight into public process and local government. He has also served on the boards of multiple professional organizations and Home Owners’ Associations, which has informed his design decisions regarding the end user and long-term management. These experiences give him a unique perspective that is reflected in his approach and sensitivity to the roles of the private developer, public official and resident or tenant.