• Nonprofit Council

    The Brighton Chamber of Commerce Non-Profit Council is comprised of chamber members who understand the value of strong partnerships between non-profit organizations and community businesses.
    Kelly Allen
    Anythink Library
    Manager
    Shari Brodersen
    Friends of Barr Lake State Park
    Vice President, Friends of Barr Lake State Park
    Stormy Burge
    Brighton Youth Association Football League
    Susan Chavez
    Richard Lambert Foundation Family Grief & Healing Center
    Executive Director & Founder
    Kristen Chernosky
    City of Brighton
    Public Info. Mgr
    Angelina Comer
    Front Range Community College
    Kate Compton
    Anythink Library
    Spencer Cowen
    Northern Hills Church
    Sara Dawson
    Richard Lambert Foundation Family Grief & Healing Center
    Ashley Dunn
    Almost Home, Inc.
    Shereen Fink
    Diversity, Equity and Inclusivity Council
    Abbie Foley
    CASA of Adams & Broomfield Counties
    Outreach and Recruitment
    Cynthia Garcia
    Front Range Community College
    Coordinator/ Diversity
    Karyn Gibson
    Pennock Center for Counseling
    Office Manager
    Brittany Goldstein
    Salud Family Health Centers
    Business Development Manager
    Keller Hayes
    Hoya Foundation
    Kelli Hirsch
    Bird Conservancy of the Rockies
    Development Manager
    I am the development manager for Bird Conservancy of the Rockies, formerly Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory, based at Barr Lake State Park. I have worked in the non-profit sector for more than 15 years and enjoy connecting people's philanthropy and generosity with nonprofit missions and goals to make the world a better place.

    At Bird Conservancy of the Rockies, we connect people, birds and land - right here in Brighton. The Old Stone House at Barr Lake serves as our educational learning center providing numerous opportunities for children and adults to learn, engage and be inspired by the beauty of nature.

    I have lived in Brighton for ten years and am excited to be working in my own community.
    Carolyn Jannsen
    Platte Valley Medical Center
    Peggy Jarrett
    Platte Valley Medical Center
    Dale Jones
    Friends of Barr Lake State Park
    Joan Kniss
    Brighton Legacy Foundation
    Past Chair
    Lindy Lewis
    Community Reach Center
    Yvette Martinez
    Brighton Chamber of Commerce
    Rachel Martinez
    The Denver Hospice
    Abigail Martinez
    City of Brighton Office of Youth Services
    Kelsey Mazur
    Bird Conservancy of the Rockies
    Meg McCabe
    Community Reach Center
    Magi McEntire
    Brighton Legacy Foundation
    Director
    Sydney McKinney
    City of Brighton Office of Youth Services
    Rachel Monroe
    Almost Home, Inc.
    Development Director
    Cory Moul
    Brighton Youth Baseball Association
    Executive Director
    Hannah Murphy
    Platte Valley Medical Center
    Sherry Nickolaus
    Bird Conservancy of the Rockies
    Interim Education Director/Volunteers
    Catherine Odson
    Anythink Library
    Linda Ong
    City of Brighton
    Donna Petrocco
    Rotary Club of Brighton
    Jody Pierce
    Pennock Center for Counseling
    Executive Director
    Jody Pierce is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and is the Executive Director of Pennock Center for Counseling. She has been with the center for over 15 years.
    Rhonda Plambeck
    School District 27J
    Megara Pullen
    Rotary Club of Brighton
    Desiree Quintanilla
    School District 27J
    Tawnya Russell
    City of Brighton Office of Youth Services
    Joseph Serna
    Hoya Foundation
    Michelle Seubert
    Barr Lake State Park
    Dee Siqueiros
    Junior Achievement-Rocky Mountain, Inc.
    RocAnn Smith
    School District 27J
    Julie Stewert
    27J Education Foundation
    Board Member
    Linda Young
    Brighton Shares the Harvest, Inc.
    Director
    LaVeta Lowrey
    Brighton United Methodist Church
    Outreach & Congregational Care Chairperson
    Melissa Rippy
    RIPBEAMS
    Founder
    Lisa Cacciatore
    Boys & Girls Clubs
    Director
    Dick Hodge
    Boys & Girls Clubs
    Brian Wilson
    Boys & Girls Clubs
    Bryan Holinka
    Coal Creek Adult Education
    Executive Director
    Bryan Holinka has been teaching English as a Second Language since 1993 and directing adult education programs since 2002. Bryan has worked as a teacher and administrator in intensive english programs both in Japan and in the United States as well adult and continuing education programs for non-profits and community colleges. Bryan founded Coal Creek Adult Education Center in 2014 in response to a local community colleges discontinuation of its adult education program seeing a vital need that was no longer being met in the north metro area. He holds a B.A. in History from Boise State University, an M.A. in Applied English Linguistics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, a certificate in TESOL from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and completed the Leadership Development Certificate Program with the TESOL International Association. Bryan lives in Lafayette with his wife Kathy, his 13 year old son Oskar, and his 7 year old son Sam.
     
    Susana Lopez-Baker
    Brighton Housing Authority
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