Organizational Structure

 

The Collaborative Community is the umbrella name of our organization. It acts as a project under the legal 501 c 3 status of the Colorado Nonprofit Development Center. The main  current collaborations are Restoring the Soul Community Partners and FOCUS, a reentry mentoring project. The Collaborative Community Board of Directors looks to the overall mission and sustainability of the organization. Both Restoring the Soul and FOCUS are lead by the Executive Director in cooperation with the two Advisory Councils.

 

 Everyone else associated with the program is a volunteer including 27 mentors, 6 Mentor Advisors and 16 Board and Council members.

 

The Collaborative Community Board of Directors

Ken Miller, Chairman, Cornerstone Church and Project Revive

Prescott Knock, Buddhist Coalition and Naropa University Rev.

Rev. Dr. Stan Adamson, St. Andrew Presbyterian Church

Prof. Joanne BelknapProfessor of Sociology, Institute of Behavioral Sciences, University of Colorado

Jana Hoisington MatthewsEducation Program Specialist

Brent HultmanCommercial Insurance Specialist, Taggart Insurance

Tom Bugnitz, CEO, Colorado Association for Manufacturing and Technology

Alice SwansonEvent Planner & Consultant

 

Restoring the Soul Advisory Council

Beth Ornstein, Social Action Committee Chair, Congregation Bonai Shalom

Anne Roth, United Religions Initiative

Ken Miller, Chairman, Cornerstone Church and Project Revive

Prescott Knock, Buddhist Coalition and Naropa University

Staff

Nicky Marone , Developement Director  

Deborah Luscomb, Office  Manager

Ian Warlick, Program and Marketing Manager/AmeriCorps VISTA

 

Nicky Marone, the Development Director has a Masters in Educational psychology.  She is the author of three books on overcoming learned helplessness. She joined the staff in April, 2011.

Deborah Luscomb, the Office  Manager, joined the staff in January, 2012.

Ian Warlick, began Marketing duties in August of 2012 and Program management in March of 2013. He holds a Master’s of Arts in Philosophical Theology.

The Executive Director position became vacant in March of 2013. The executive role is being filled by a committee of two members of the Collaborative Community Board of Directors and the Collaborative Community’s Development Director. The Board and staff are evaluating the program’s needs with the hope of filling the Executive Director position in Summer of 2013.