BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Rick HobergBoard of Directors
Rhett TreesBoard of Directors
Michael WarrenBoard of Directors
Matt StewartBoard of Directors
Josh HansenBoard of Directors
Frederic de LoizagaBoard of Directors
Erin CarpenterAdvisory Board Member
David EichlerBoard of Directors
Brooke VanHavermaatBoard of Directors
Andrew ChambersBoard of Directors
Worked as a production support engineer for many years, I am now working for my husband who owns his own CPA firm. The rest of my days are filled with spending time with my family, including my two daughters Vanessa and Audrina. Enjoy running and snowboarding as hobbies, golfing in the summer, traveling when I can.
I am an abundant thinker and entrepreneur who likes to serve the community to help others reach their potential. I have done things from a 2 week mission trip to help cleanup after the devastation of hurricane Katrina, all the way to working on 2 sober living houses as a handyman in the community. I know that life is beautiful for every little moment and if we get to share those moments and create value, all is better.
I'm a Texas-raised, New York-grown, and Colorado-transplant 🙂 You can catch me at my desk 9-5 where I work at a public relations firm in Denver. I'm a 530pm runner and a 9pm writer/advocate for eating disorder recovery. I love to hike, play piano, read, and I tend to chew on my pointer finger when I'm nervous (sigh, some habits die hard.) I also have a lovely lil rescue doggie named Juno.
I am a graduate of the University of Colorado (class of '04) and a Broker Associate with LIV Sotheby's International Realty based in Boulder, CO. My wife and I live in Golden with our 12 year old son and 3 dogs. We absolutely love the outdoors (skiing, snowboarding, mountain biking, road biking etc). We both enjoy meeting new people in our community and staying active with all of the exciting things Colorado has to offer.
I hail from the metropolis of Philadelphia. In my free time I enjoy hikes, camping, yoga and anything outdoors which is what brought me to Colorado 2 years ago. I have been volunteering as a way to free my mind and soul from a very young age and am very excited and proud to be a part of Project Helping.
Hi, I'm Aubrey! I moved to Boulder in August of 2016 from Northern California and love it here. I work with adults with special needs as well as some digital marketing. Always a sucker for cute pups, dessert, and bad puns.
Colorado is the place I call home. As a Denver native I can truly express my love and passion for this beautiful state and the wonderful people that live in it! My free time includes: snowboarding the slopes at Vail, golfing and hiking on those beautiful summer days, or getting my sweat on at Orangetheory Fitness. I am an avid fan of sports (let’s go to a game!), a March Madness bracketology expert and I enjoy dabbling in adult soccer leagues. I am Realtor, helping people buy and sell homes, a University of Colorado Boulder alumni (Go Buffs!) and have a major weakness for Italian Food. Volunteering brings happiness, smiles and joy to my life 🙂 Project Helping is the best!
I am an individual who believes you have to give to get. I am always inspired by those who are out making the world better everyday. Participating in a program like Project Helping allows me to be a little part of making the world a better place.
I am a proud United States Marine who is currently stationed in sunny southern California. My original hometown is a cold rainy place called Delaware and the Corps has taken me all around the world for the past 12 years. I have had the pleasure of living in countries like South Africa, Japan, Thailand and Argentina, while visiting and deploying to many more. Outside of the workplace I maintain a part-time student status and continue to pursue other passions which range from learning a new language to advancing in various martial art disciplines. As a cornerstone for character and a building block for compassion, I believe in the idea that service to others is truly a service to yourself. I am happy to be a member of Project Helping team.
I am majoring in Business Administration at San Diego State University. My favorite meal of the day is breakfast. I love people's company, the freedom of choice, the practice of discipline, and sunshine. Dimples and smiles are my greatest weakness. Volunteering, without a doubt, always makes me feel better.
Hi, I'm Bridget and I have lived in Denver for a little over two years. I have an amazing dachshund named Giuseppe and I think he could become internet famous. I enjoy hiking, reading, dancing and film photography. I look forward to volunteering alongside you at many PH events in the future!
Lindsey is a 6th generation Floridian who moved to Colorado to start a business and explore the Rockies. She enjoys anything outdoors including hiking, skiing, and camping. She loves working with and for people to reach a common goal and is looking forward to being more involved in the Denver community.
I believe wholly in the four values that I center my life around being family, friends, impact and fun. I have a wonderful wife, a beautiful daughter and amazing golden retriever that motivate me, keep me busy and bring me pure joy every day. I love hearing people's stories and helping solve challenges for my friends, and I am always looking for new friends. No matter what kind of day I am having, I know that my day is typically much better than so many other people and devote my time to trying to make others' lives easier as I am able. If you remember a kid in middle or high school who was constantly being yelled at for making jokes or being the class clown, well then you pretty much understand me. I am the type of person who loves to have fun while working really hard. For me personally, the power of laughter is stress relieving and impactful, which allows for truly great things to happen and bonds to form.
I am originally from Nashville, TN. Growing up we didn't have much, we had a roof over our heads and clothes on our backs but there weren't a lot of extracurricular activities. Such as family vacations, money for sports, new clothes every school year. I remember being the recipient of "Stuffing The Bus" a few times. You hop on this fancy tour bus and they drive you to a local K-Mart and you are able to spend $100 on anything you want. That was so much fun!!! Looking back on that now, I know that it was because of people like myself that chose to volunteer their time so I had a memorable Christmas! That is the reason I choose to volunteer today! I want to help in anyway that I can!
Until the last two or three years, I never would've considered even going to a volunteer event alone, let alone leading one. When I moved to Colorado, after going through a couple tough years, I made a promise to myself to start feeding good back into my community. It's been amazing for my emotional health, and I'm excited to start helping other people experience the same benefits of volunteer work. Also a big fan of puppies.