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Curtis joined Partners in 2013 as a case manager. In 2015 he accepted the role of Executive Director. Along with his administrative duties, Curtis assists with monthly activities and leads the Partners' Teen Advisory Board. Curtis has mentored three youth in the program including his current mentee Chris. Outside of the office Curtis is passionate about the outdoors. He spends his free time fly fishing, hunting, camping, rafting and biking. Curtis also loves spending time with his wife Leah, son, and two energetic dogs.
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Lissette is the Montrose Art Partners case manager, she also handles our fundraising events. "What I like best about my job is knowing I have a hand in making a positive change in the lives of our youth. It is rewarding to provide them with opportunities they might not otherwise get to experience and seeing their smiling faces when they succeed." Lissette is also a mentor; her partnership with her mentees is going on 5 years. Outside of work she loves spending time with her grandchildren, golfing, reading, and hanging out with friends. When she isn't busy raising funds and awareness for the program, she tries to make time for her stained glass art. firstname.lastname@example.org - 249-1116
Kaisa (rhymes with Nice-a) grew up on the Western Slope and first got her start with Partners in high school through TAB. She recently graduated from CU Boulder with a degree in Psychology and Minor in Community Leadership. She is passionate about the wellbeing of people and the environment alike. Kaisa is excited to build relationships within a community near and dear to her heart. She strives to leave the world a better place than when she entered it. email@example.com 970-249-1116
Kiersten grew up in Littleton, Colorado and moved west for college at Fort Lewis in Durango. At the Fort she studied Adventure Education which is a great asset to the program. She has a history of helping kids enjoy the outdoors. Kiersten lives in Delta with her husband Ronnie and their Australian Shepherds Dash and Blitz. Her family unit spends a great deal of time outside hiking, riding four-wheelers, hunting, fishing or anything on the water.
Jan Pauly believes in treating others as she’d like to be treated and helping others is her way of living that belief. Being a case manager for Partners is not only helping kids grow up to be great adults, but it’s helping adults realize the benefits of having a positive effect on kids. It’s a win-win situation for everyone! She loves to create and explore, to learn and to teach. She went to college late, taking all kinds of art classes and graduated shortly after turning 40. She uses what she learned every day and loves exploring the different creative forms and mediums of art. She and her husband recently moved to Colorado to live, explore and play in the mountains. firstname.lastname@example.org - 874-4661
Betsy has been dedicated to Partners since 1996 and retired in April 2020. She has worked in all positions, except accounting and spent 24 years serving kids in Delta County. She has mentored 11 young woman in the program. Betsy truly cares and appreciates everyone who is involved with the program. While she is now retired, we know she has many connections and relationships - so if you need to reach Betsy her email remains the same and she is still very involved with Mentoring.
Steve Kelley, KelliCo. Supply, Co-Chair
Wendy Crank, Ouray and San Miguel Juvenile Diversion Services, Co-Chair
Chris Lehman, Elementary School Principal - MCSD
Megan Wilson, Shelter Insurance
Ron Nichols, Montrose Printing
Alisa Green, RE/MAX
Danielle Angotti, The Arc West Central Colorado & Parent
Chip Meneley, Hilltop Family Resources
K C Heister, Kopper Creek Home
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