Xiomara joined Project Angel Heart in October 2012 as the Administrative Assistant.
Xiomara was born and raised in the tropical, Central American country of Panama. After high school she moved to Switzerland, where she obtained a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration and a diploma in Hospitality Management from Les Roches School.
While living in Switzerland and upon her return to Panama, Xiomara worked in several hotel management and administrative positions. In 2010, her love for travel led her to take a two-year world tour, traveling to more than 20 countries and volunteering along the way with her husband, Rustin, a Denver native.
This wonderful experience inspired Xiomara to search for a more fulfilling career, serving those in need. This search led her to Project Angel Heart. She is very grateful to have joined such a wonderful family of staff, volunteers and donors.
In her spare time, Xiomara enjoys reading, practicing yoga and meditation, being outdoors, spending time with her family, and travelling as much as time allows. She also enjoys learning new languages (she currently speaks four).
Amy joined Project Angel Heart in March of 2007 as the Vice President of Operations. A Coloradan since the age of three, she grew up in Colorado Springs and moved to Denver in 1994. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Music from Colorado Christian University, along with a Marketing emphasis and Biblical Studies minor. Her previous work includes over eight years as financial controller of a retail music store in Lakewood, Colorado, and work for a Canadian-based recreational company. This knowledge and experience has come to serve Project Angel Heart well.
Amy is a lover of the mountains and spends her free Colorado summer days fishing, hiking, and camping with her husband, Kyle, their son, Caleb, and their crazy dog, Piper. She also enjoys working in her yard and gardening – any excuse to be outside.
She is grateful for the opportunity to serve alongside such a dedicated staff, helping people in need.
Sandy has been with Project Angel Heart since 1998. In her current role as the Vice President of Programs, she supports the Kitchen, Volunteer Resources, Client Services and Distribution departments while overseeing aspects of direct services to our clients and assisting in managing the agency’s strategic growth.
Born and raised in Michigan, Sandy moved to Denver in 1994 after completing her undergrad studies at Kalamazoo College. She has been working in human services ever since. She enjoys outdoor pursuits, discovering new music, watching movies and professional hockey, cooking, trivia, and spending time with friends. She is the proud auntie of six nieces and nephews. After recently completing a graduate degree in Management from the University of Colorado at Denver, she is delighted to have time to read for pleasure again (especially the Onion).
Humbled by the type and amount of efforts volunteers dedicate to Project Angel Heart’s mission, Sandy’s favorite part about working here is being a small part of a team of hundreds, dedicated to making sure people living with life-threatening illness benefit from nutritious meals made with love!
Erin joined Project Angel Heart’s staff in 1995 and has served as President & CEO since 2004.
As the President & CEO, Erin works with the Board of Directors and oversees the staff, day to day operations, and long term planning for Project Angel Heart. While Erin is proud of how Project Angel Heart has evolved since she joined the staff in terms of efficiency, quality of service, and growth, she especially takes pride in what has stayed the same – the core elements that equate to ‘meals with love’: reliance on volunteers, impassioned community support and the special touches that let clients know we care.
Erin graduated from Santa Clara University with a B.S. in Psychology, then from Regis University with a Master of Nonprofit Management. She currently serves on the boards of ANSA (The Association of Nutrition Service Agencies – a nation-wide group of meal-delivery sister organizations) and the Dining Out for Life International Association. She is also a former board president of Community Shares of Colorado and the Dining Out for Life International Association.
Erin was born and raised in the Denver area and loves still living close to her family. Outside of Project Angel Heart, she tries to make the most of every minute with her husband and kids. She is the proud mom of two young, adopted children and hopes to raise them as future volunteers and philanthropists. In her scant spare time, Erin loves cooking, camping, knitting, and running. She’s completed three marathons and hopes more are on the horizon.
Terri Alexander joined Project Angel Heart’s Client Services team as the Client Services Manager in November 2011. Prior to joining the organization as an employee, she volunteered for over two years in the kitchen, with a passion for baking Project Angel Heart’s famous cookies.
Terri brings over 15 years of experience working with and for Colorado non-profits, including considerable time spent in client services health care management. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in English and History from Albion College in Michigan. As Client Services Manager, Terri manages the daily operations and staff related to all client service activities, including home-delivered meals, community outreach, and collaborations.
Terri loves to hike (especially summer wildflower hikes), bike, snowboard, and participate in sprint distance triathlons. If she is not out exploring Colorado’s outdoors with her husband (Drew) and lab (Ruby), she can be found cooking and baking, creating a new stained glass project, or plotting her next travel adventure.
Brandy joined the Project Angel Heart team in December 2002. She has worked in every department at Project Angel Heart, including the kitchen (as Special Diets Chef). In January 2007, she went full-time into Client Services. Her true passion (aside from cooking) is helping others. Being a part of the Client Services team has allowed her to do this.
Brandy attended Luna Community College and New Mexico Highlands University, receiving an Associate’s Degree of Applied Science with an emphasis in Culinary Arts. Prior to working at Project Angel Heart, she was Head Chef at Pendaries Golf Resort in New Mexico. She has always had an interest in cooking and imaginative garnishing, and currently works part-time as a cake decorator.
Brandy spends her spare time with her husband (Mike) and sons (Shea and Shawn). She loves to go hiking, skiing, fishing and enjoys painting and running.
Mackenzie Liman joined Project Angel Heart in August 2010 as the Client Services Assistant.
Mackenzie was raised in Denver. Because of her various work around the city, she has shared volunteers, clients, donors, referrers, chefs, delivery drivers, funders, and collaborators with Project Angel Heart. There have never been many degrees of separation between her and Project Angel Heart and she is excited to formalize her connection by joining the staff.
When she is not here assisting clients, she teaches bicycle mechanics to people at the Derailer Bicycle Collective, a free community bike resource where she has been a volunteer since 2003. She is also a Volunteer Community Advocate for the crisis hotline run by the Colorado Anti-Violence Program and an occasional barista at the Tattered Cover Book Stores.
Most recently, she purchased a house on the west side of Denver with a group of friends where they share resources, raise chickens and learn to fix all of the things that are broken. Her favorite pastimes are watching her chickens dig for worms and scratch around in the yard, telling stories, asking questions, and hanging out with her mom.
Elizabeth is a native of Colorado. She started working for Project Angel Heart in January 2006. Elizabeth attended a parochial school and later Denver Public Schools and is a graduate of West High School. After graduation, she worked in a variety of nursing Homes in Lakewood as a kitchen helper.
While married, Elizabeth was the primary care giver for her older son who was handicapped. He was on dialysis and passed away in 2001.
Elizabeth was raised a Roman Catholic and still attends church. She enjoys working with others and is an attentive worker with a great personality. She is quiet, friendly and very patient. Elizabeth spends her spare time caring for her young son, sight-seeing at old historic buildings and houses, and listening to Spanish music.
Chef Jon Emanuel has been cooking since he was in kindergarten. He was taught knife and cooking skills at a very early age by his father, who learned his skills from a former Chinese chef.
Jon continued cooking throughout high school and college, then trained at the California Culinary Academy in San Francisco. He then worked in many great kitchens including Roy’s at Pebble Beach, San Francisco 49er owned Sports City Café and Marriott hotels. His first Executive Chef position was at the Glacier Bay Country Inn, a wildlife and fishing resort in remote Alaska.
Jon’s most recent Executive Chef position before coming to Project Angel Heart was with the United States Antarctic Program as Executive Chef of South Pole Station, Antarctica, where he made seven deployments over six years to the South Pole. In addition, Jon has recently been a food services consultant for Lockheed Martin and is currently a Chef-Instructor at Metropolitan State College of Denver.
Jon has appeared in such publications as “Food and Wine,” “Saveur” and the New York Times, done several spots on public radio, been a featured chef on the PBS series “Country Inn Cooking with Gail Greco,” appeared on segments for ESPN and National Geographic television, and authored a cookbook and countless food-related articles. He is also a former board member of Share Our Strength’s Operation Frontline Colorado, an anti-hunger non-profit group. Additionally, Jon is the founder and organizer of the Denver Adventurous Eaters Club, a group dedicated to the eating, cooking and promoting of bizarre and unusual cuisine.
Jon lives in northwest Denver with his wife, Penny, and their two French bulldogs, Cosmo and Olive. In his spare time Jon enjoys playing the bass, reading, seeing movies, bike riding, barbecuing, and heading out of town to camp and fish.
Tony is a Colorado native who spent his early years in Summit County and then moved down to the Denver area in the mid 70’s.
He enjoys spending as much time as possible outdoors, fishing, hiking, riding and climbing. His goal is eventually to climb all of the 14-ers in Colorado, though so far he has only accomplished four of the 54. He was adopted into a Lakota family, and one of his passions is old Native American traditions and culture. He also enjoys writing and is hoping to have a book printed in the near future. It will be a mixture of poetry and insights into Native American Culture.
Tony is very thankful for the opportunity to work here at Project Angel Heart. He enjoys being part of an organization that makes such a difference in the lives of so many people and being able to give back to his community in a very important way.
Rasha first came to Project Angel Heart as an intern, from August through November of 2011. She officially became a member of the Project Angel Heart staff in June of 2012 after graduating from Johnson & Wales University with an Associate’s Degree in Culinary Arts. She is continuing her education with a minor in nonprofits and a major in humanities studies from the CU-Denver Metro Campus.
Rasha is a Colorado native with a passion and love for all things food/drink-related. Her interests include reading (poetry, anything philosophical), writing, movies, art, creating art, kayaking, mountain biking, hiking, skiing (basically any excuse to be with one with nature), live music (any venue, any music as long as it’s live!), bad dancing, beanies, comfy t-shirts, vans, any laceless shoe, and the Colorado sky.
Coming from an enormous family full of free thinkers, Rasha realized early on in life that dirty words like stress, anger and sadness do nothing for you. Because of this, one of Rasha’s many favorite quotes is: “Keep calm and carry on.” She is a firm believer that life is a classroom, full of opportunities waiting for you to grab them, and that with an open heart and an open mind, nothing is impossible or beyond your reach. Rasha also considers herself a lifelong learner who will more than likely always be taking a class at her local university.
Logan was born in Grossmont, California (near San Diego), and then lived in Minot, North Dakota, until he was eleven.
He loved growing up with a multicultural background in Minot, but eventually his dad, James, and his mom, Jeri, decided they’d had enough of the snow drifts. They moved the family down to a small town outside of San Diego called Descanso, where Logan and his brothers, Bud and Cody, spent the rest of their childhoods. The town’s rough terrain made it fun to do everything from paintballing, hiking, and building catapults to having “Rotten Fruit Wars” with family and friends.
In high school, Logan learned that it isn’t difficult to make varsity when your school is so small the graduating class has only 85 students, so it was easy to excel in sports and other functions. But a person can only handle so much perfect weather and beach access, so Logan left his hometown to move to Denver and attend culinary school at Johnson & Wales University.
While working on his degree in Culinary Arts, he happened to do an internship at a little nonprofit called Project Angel Heart. Having loved every minute of his time in Colorado, Logan decided to stay on after graduating and was hired as Project Angel Heart’s Modified Meals Specialist in March 2010.
Summer joined the Project Angel Heart team in June 2008. She grew up in Aurora, Nebraska, and Brookville, Ohio, where her family had a hobby farm. They raised paint horses and had many pets, including Dobermans, lop-eared rabbits, ducks, and cats. She attend Ball State University and then transferred to Johnson & Wales in Charleston, South Carolina. (She says that living six minutes from the beach does something profound to one’s soul after a lifetime of growing up in the Midwest.) In 1999, Summer graduated with honors and degrees in Culinary Arts and Food Service Management.
In 1999, Summer moved to Colorado Springs. Her family had already spent the last several summers at a cabin in Gunnison, so it was no surprise when, three years after Summer moved out to Colorado, all of her family members joined her. Her parents now live in Black Forest for the winter and Gunnison for the summer.
In 2002, the Colorado Springs restaurant where Summer was working suddenly closed its doors. So she sold her house and embarked on a torrid adventure full of misguided decisions. At the end of it all, she ended up in Denver, working at the Denver Country Club. There, she learned exactly what she was made of: rocks, crazy glue and turkey jerky. She also met her now-husband, Chris. But after five years and a lot of soul searching, she decided it was time to move on. She felt like something nobler was calling her name, and that is how she found Project Angel Heart.
Melinda joined Project Angel Heart in January 2013 as an intern in PR and Communications. She is excited to be part of the Project Angel Heart team, supporting their mission, and learning about the PR and Communications field.
Melinda is currently a senior at the University of Colorado Denver and the News Editor at the university newspaper, Advocate. She will graduate with an English Writing degree in the spring of 2013.
Before going to school, Melinda worked in various restaurants in Summit County, Colorado and she traveled. She spent roughly five years seeing the world and during that time she taught Englsih as a second language in Azerbaijan, volunteered as a tour guide for a landmine museum in Cambodia, and ran a hotel kitchen in the Australian Outback.
As a Colorado native, Melinda cannot get enough of the mountains and spends as much time possible hiking and camping. She also loves going to concerts, spending time with friends and family, writing, cooking, and she still tries to sneak in a little traveling when she can.
Mark was born and raised in Brainerd, Minnesota. Following high school he attended the illustrious University of Saint John’s in St. Joseph MN in 2007, where he obtained his B.A. in Business and German. Following graduation, Mark spent a year teaching English on a Fulbright Teaching Scholarship in Austria and then moved to Denver in late 2008.
Mark has a strong work and volunteer history with students and education. With Tree Trust Inc. I worked as a crew leader overseeing urban youth in the construction of community projects, organized youth soccer tournaments with Minnesota Youth Soccer Association, coordinated educational tours around the world for students and teachers with EF Educational Tours, worked as a teaching assistant for students with learning differences at Denver Academy, and have coached soccer teams and served as a chaperone for the YCMA Minnesota Youth in Government program.
As the Events Assistant with Project Angel Heart Mark is thrilled to be working with an amazing staff and volunteers towards the betterment and success of our organization.
Mark is a soccer enthusiast, and he enjoys hiking, snowboarding, playing tennis with his girlfriend, pretending he can play basketball, home cooked meals, and watching sports and Jeopardy.
Mark looks forward to all the work he’ll be able to do with Project Angel Heart and is glad to be a part of such a great organization and cause.
Jessi joined the Project Angel Heart team in July 2012 as Marketing & Grants Assistant and moved to her current role as Marketing & Administrative Coordinator in March 2013. Jessi always knew she wanted to do something where she had the opportunity to help other people and is very excited to be a part of an organization that does such good for others.
Born and raised in California, Jessi moved to Colorado Springs in 1995. She returned to California in 2008 for graduate school, but missed Colorado too much and moved back in early 2012.
Prior to Project Angel Heart, Jessi worked at the Los Angeles Conservancy, a nonprofit organization that protects and preserves the historic buildings of Los Angeles. She has her M.S. in Communication from Pepperdine University and her B.A. in Anthropology from Colorado College.
In her free time, Jessi loves skiing, hiking, and camping. When she’s not taking advantage of the wonderful outdoors of Colorado, Jessi enjoys watching old movies, photography, eating delicious food, and playing fetch with her yellow Labrador, Andromeda.
From a young age, Becca recognized a calling to help better others’ lives. She joins Project Angel Heart with a unique career background ranging from natural gas compression sales in the oil and gas industry, to nonprofit and corporate event planning. Her most recent role had her wearing a hardhat and steel toed boots most days, which she determined didn’t quite fill her philanthropic desires. Becca hopes to once again utilize her event management expertise which she gained with over six years of fundraising and development experience, prior to her time as a sales manager.
Becca is a North Dakota native and a graduate of Minot State University, where she earned a B.A. in Broadcasting and Public Relations. Becca is happy to live in wonderful Colorado with her husband and two dog children. She appreciates all this state has to offer including being able to ski one day, and play golf the next. In her free time, Becca enjoys entertaining, doing anything outdoors, crafting, good food, sporting and music events, the arts and spending time with family and friends.
Becca is grateful to be a part of such an impactful organization, and looks forward to contributing her talents to the Project Angel Heart team.
Amy joined the Project Angel Heart team in February 2012 as the Director of Corporate and Community Relations. She moved to her current role as the Vice President of Development in December 2012. Prior to joining Project Angel Heart, Amy spent 12 years working at Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver. While there, she led the organization’s marketing and PR efforts, managed annual giving, coordinated a million capital campaign and led a massive database conversion project. Eventually, she took over management of the development team, serving as VP of Development for three years.
Amy has an MBA from the Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver and a BA in Technical Journalism from Colorado State University. She is also a certified Holistic Nutrition Consultant, having completed a certification program through Bauman College. She is a member of the Daniels College of Business Alumni Advisory Board.
Amy loves living in Colorado and enjoys spending free time traveling, running, hiking, reading, and cooking. She loves good food and delights in trying new gluten-free recipes or discovering fun new restaurants. Her dream is to live in Central America and eat fresh coconut every day.
Jessica has been a part of Project Angel Heart’s team since September 2009. She originally served as Events Coordinator, transitioned into Events Manager and now serves as the Development Manager. Jessica works with the CEO, VP of Development and board of directors to build our individual and corporate gift programs. She also oversees special events.
Prior to working at Project Angel Heart, Jessica lived in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and worked in events and marketing at Deliver the Dream, a non-profit organization that provides retreats to families experiencing serious illness or crisis. In addition, she also spent several years working in development and events in academia. Jessica has a B.S. in Business Administration from the College of Business at Colorado State University. GO RAMS!
Jessica is happy to call herself a Colorado Native and thoroughly enjoys all that colorful Colorado has to offer! Outside of work she spends most of her time with family and friends biking, hiking, running, camping, practicing yoga and dining out! She has a passion for animals and intends to start volunteering for another wonderful local nonprofit – Denver Dumb Friend’s League.
Lara Milton Community Relations Coordinator Colorado Springs
Lara comes to Project Angel Heart with great enthusiasm and excitement to spread awareness in Colorado Springs and the surrounding communities. She seeks to bridge relations in support of Project Angel Heart and build lasting partnerships.
Lara studied child development at Colorado Christian University in Colorado Springs and spent nearly twenty years focused primarily on the education of young children.. Additionally, she was the recipient of an award from the mayor in support of her efforts.
More recently, Lara dedicated her efforts to a local non-profit, Pikes Peak Family Connections, and its mission to prevent child abuse and neglect through education, community outreach and the operation of Colorado’s only crisis care center for children who are at risk.
Lara moved to Colorado from Chicago as a child and grew up just outside Denver. She and her husband, John, met in high school and have three teenage children, Chloe, Cara, and Alec. They enjoy traveling and outdoor adventures together such as rafting, zip lining, hiking, camping, riding ATV’s, and snowmobiling.
Jamie transitioned from a volunteer position to Development Coordinator in December 2012. She is thrilled to have the opportunity to support Project Angel Heart’s mission in a full-time capacity after volunteering part-time for more than a year.
Jamie has worn many hats throughout her career, from working in a tattoo shop, to supervising book stores, to tackling roles in management. Jamie is an English nerd who loves information science, working with data, and serving her community. She is currently studying at the University of Colorado at Denver, and plans to be a lifelong learner.
Originally from Boulder, Jamie is a Colorado native and proud Denverite, and she attributes her quirkiness to her Boulder origins. In her spare time, Jamie enjoys reading, adding to her personal library, drinking tea, cooking, writing, collecting tattoos, and creating various works of art. She also enjoys finding new ways to be active in her community, and often volunteers for school and community organizations.
Jamie lives in Denver with her spouse, Vee, and their two spoiled cats. Jamie is inspired and humbled by Project Angel Heart’s dedicated volunteers and donors, and she is grateful for the opportunity to join the Project Angel Heart staff.
Rachael serves as the Grants Coordinator for Project Angel Heart. With an extensive background in philanthropic service, Rachael was excited to join an organization that has an altruistic and heartwarming mission.
Prior to joining Project Angel Heart, Rachael worked as a project coordinator for the New Venture Fund, a nonprofit that serves as a fiscal sponsor for a variety of public interest projects. In her role, she managed Ben Affleck’s Eastern Congo Initiative and Christy Turlington’s Every Mount Counts Campaign. She will complete her Master’s in Public Administration with a concentration in Nonprofit Management in April 2013 from the University of Colorado, Denver, and holds a B.A. in Communications & Journalism from St. John Fisher College.
In her free time, Rachael enjoys snowboarding, hiking, and bad syfy movies.
Kris joined Project Angel Heart in 2009 as part-time Distribution Manager. Kris has worked in circulation and distribution for over 7 years, most recently as Sales Manager for a National Distribution Company. Kris also works as an Executive Administrator for a youth lacrosse league and runs a candle business she started with her husband almost 15 years ago.
Kris was born in California. Her parents moved the family to Canada for a couple of years and then (in 1976) decided to call Colorado home. Kris grew up experiencing all the abundant activities that Colorado has to offer, including camping, fishing, four-wheeling, skiing for the US Ski Team, and competitive soccer. Kris’ parents bought a second house and two stores in Leadville, CO, and at 12 years old, Kris started working behind the cash register at her parents’ businesses.
Kris has 2 daughters, 3 step-daughters, and 1 grandson and enjoys spending every moment she can with her large family. She coached youth basketball for 10 years and worked with Dalmatian Rescue for 5 years. She spends her spare time helping other women with their businesses, coordinating fundraising events, volunteering at her daughters’ school, working in the yard and around her pond, camping, fishing, watching reality television, and working on her website.
Julie Schroeder joined Project Angel Heart in October 2012 as the Colorado Springs Operations Coordinator. She has experienced many wonderful years volunteering and working with great organizations and is excited to add Project Angel Heart to that list. She has previously served with Joni and Friends Ministry, Special Olympics, and the Navigators at Glen Eyrie, to name just a few. In addition to her volunteer service she has also worked as a Firefighter, EMT and Director of Volunteer Ministries. She is always up for a challenge and loves to learn new things.
Julie met her husband, Lorin, while working as a Firefighter in Arizona. They live with their two sons in Falcon, CO. They enjoy many adventures and share hobbies such as photography and volunteering together. She loves nature photography and enjoys state and local parks. She recently photographed wolves at the Rocky Mountain Wildlife Foundation in Guffey, Colorado, and thinks that everyone should experience being kissed by a wolf!
Keegan joined Project Angel Heart in July 2011 as the Volunteer Resources Coordinator.
Keegan was born and raised in rural Iowa, not on a farm, despite the common belief that everyone from Iowa lived on a farm. After 18 years in Iowa, Keegan headed to the “big city” of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, population 150,000, to pursue his undergraduate education at Augustana College majoring in Business Administration and History. After graduation, Keegan left the rolling hills of the plains behind and headed west into the mountains, landing in Denver to complete a year of full time volunteer service. After two years in Denver, Keegan made his way to Project Angel Heart.
In his free time, Keegan tries to enjoy the mountains as much as possible, skiing in the winter and camping in the summer. When Keegan is not in the mountains, he enjoys experiencing all Denver has to offer from restaurants, activities in the city parks, and he is always up for catching a Rockies game. While exploring Colorado consumes most of Keegan’s free time, not a lot of time will pass without Keegan enjoying a documentary or book about World War II.
Cole recently moved back to her native Colorado after living in Vancouver, Canada for five years. She graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Bachelor’s of Arts Sociology degree. During her university experience, she began to reintegrate herself in the world of volunteering. Specifically, she trained to become a crisis call volunteer for an organization called Battered Women Support Services (BWSS) where she then transitioned into a staff member as the Social Enterprise Program Manager.
Her experience both as a volunteer and working within BWSS changed Cole. She realized her gift for offering empathy and the value volunteers’ offer non-profits communities and the individuals they support. She is excited to be part of the team supporting Project Angel Heart and its volunteers.
Along with her role at Project Angel Heart, you might catch Cole around town teaching yoga! While working with women experiencing violence, hearing women speak of the value of regaining connection with their body inspired Cole to search out therapy modalities in which this connection with the body could be cultivated.
Since then, Yoga has been an important aspect of her own journey. She completed her yoga training in Seattle, Washington at The Samarya Center, a non-profit yoga center supporting individual empowerment through yoga and yoga therapy. A space focused on the individual and open to everyone no matter their ages, abilities or backgrounds.
Outside of her yoga practice, Cole loves exploring life! Among her many passions are dance, riding her bike, hiking, designing jewelry, traveling, finding ways to live more eco-friendly and inspiring others to do the same!
Mark W. Smith joined Project Angel Heart in February 2013 as the Volunteer Resources Manager. Mark’s experience includes managing large scale volunteer programs at both Volunteers of America and at the City of Lakewood. Mark’s community engagement background includes serving four years on the steering committee for the Colorado Conference on Volunteerism, nine years on the board for the Denver Directors of Volunteers in Agencies (DOVIA), and mentoring several non-profit agencies with volunteer-related issues.
When Mark is away from work, he loves trips to the mountains, taking in all the glory and beauty that Colorado has to offer. Mark also enjoys performing comedy with a Denver based improv troupe, where the audience’s suggestions make up the show, similar to “Whose Line is it Anyway”. Mark is also a Denver native and has a deep love for animals.
Mark is honored to engage volunteers, and truly humbled by the incredible services volunteers provide. This is just one of many reasons Mark enjoys his work at Project Angel Heart.
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