Targeted Opening: Q1 2022
James Patrick Hall is a friar with the Brotherhood of St. Gregory and recently retired as an Engineering Software Administrator for a local healthcare firm.
He works extensively with his friends who live on the streets in Denver.
JP is a creative and collaborative problem solver and deeply committed to serving folks on the margins.
Mark Bell is founder and Principal Consultant for Tirador Compliance LLC, a regulatory compliance consultancy for small and medium investment advisory firms.
He has served on several non-profit boards and committees, was president of a 501(c)6 merchants' organization, and directed a community food bank serving northeast Littleton.
Mark brings business experience, writing and communication skills, and cat-herding capabilities.
Jennifer Ditmarsch is Director of Support Services for a local mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineering firm.
She has been in the engineering world for more than 30 years where she has worn hats related to Human Resources, Accounting, Marketing, IT and Building Management.
Jennifer brings her Human Resources knowledge and passion for learning from her brothers and sisters who are experiencing homelessness.
Michele Ferguson is a retired hospice physician and neurologist.
She practiced Neurology and then Hospice and Palliative Medicine in Colorado, and was a hospice medical director in Boulder County.
Michele brings medical experience and a true calling to hospice and palliative care.
Josh Geppelt is Vice President of Programs at the Denver Rescue Mission.
He has more than 20 years experience working with folks on the margins of society, in church, nonprofit, and board roles.
Josh is an ordained minister and brings strategic planning, nonprofit management and local government relations skills.
Bobbie Kite is Assistant Dean of Academic Operations & Data and Academic Director/Associate Professor in the Healthcare Management Program at University College, University of Denver.
She has conducted research in competency based education within the field of health data analytics and informatics.
Bobbie brings collaborative academic and student resources from across educational institutions, especially from the University of Denver.
Tim Mueller consults with older adults and their caregivers, providing planning, advisory, and coaching services and works as a Project Manager for a local technology company.
He retired from IBM as a Senior Project Manager in 2014 to do more personally meaningful work using the skills and experience he developed during his career.
Tim serves as a board member for Senior Housing Options, and volunteers with the Colorado Gerontological Society.
Miriah Nunnaley serves in a nursing leadership role at a Colorado nonprofit providing trauma-informed care and services to unhoused individuals.
She has a decade of varied nursing experience including hospice and psychiatric nursing roles. Before nursing, Miriah supported a DoD software organization in various administrative and leadership roles with a focus on operations.
Supporting unhoused individuals is a calling Miriah fell into after her younger sister had a string of mental health and addiction crises that reshaped the way Miriah viewed priorities in her life. Her sister is doing great now.
Rachel Rogers is Academic Director and Assistant Teaching Professor for the Healthcare Management and Health Informatics Programs at University of Denver’s University College.
Her previous position was as a Nurse Informatics Specialist at a local safety-net hospital. She has been both at the bedside and in nursing leadership roles.
Rachel is a life-long learner and brings experience in Lean Systems Improvement to every one of her projects.
Isaac Smith is an attorney in the Denver office of Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP.
He has broad experience with serving those in need and community involvement in various roles, including through his active pro bono legal practice and as a former AmeriCorps volunteer.
Isaac brings his passion and skills in advocacy and problem solving to support the mission of Lazarus Gate.
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Lazarus Gate dba Rocky Mountain Refuge for End of Life Care is a Colorado Non-Profit Corporation offering shelter for end-of-life care regardless of a person's race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status.
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