Boards And Committees
Board of Directors
Our Board of Directors is our biggest advocate. Together, they assert fiduciary responsibility, financial oversight, policy development, and overall direction for the organization.
The Board meets 10 times each year and maintains six committees: Business, Development, Executive, Nominations & Governance, Program, and Public Policy. The Florence Crittenton Board contributes an average of 1,740 volunteer hours on an annual basis and 100% of its members contribute financially to the organization.
Dr. Alethia Morgan, Chairperson
Juan Botello, Vice Chairperson
Graland Country Day School
Erin Beit, Treasurer, Chairperson of Business Committee
Lynda McNeive, Secretary
John Markovich, Immediate Past Board Chairperson
Sherman & Howard, LLC
Kelly Berger, Chairperson, Development Committee
Kelly Berger Art
City of Denver Office of Equity and Social Innovation
Mile High United Way
Erin Close, Vice-Chairperson, Nominations Committee
Allison Cusick, Chairperson, Program Committee
Devin Farrell, Chairperson, Nominations Committee
Metropolitan State University
Bernstein Global Wealth Management
Latino Leadership Institute at University of Denver
PCL Construction, Inc.
Heidi Morgan, Chairperson, Public Policy Committee
Morgan Wagner Strategies
Amyntas Security Group
Katy Powers, Vice-Chairperson, Development Committee
Boulder County Human Services
Denver City Attorney’s Office
PNC Asset Management
The Florence Crittenton Services’ Junior Board is a group of young professionals
dedicated to helping teen parents create cycles of success.
The purpose of the Junior Board is to increase awareness of Florence Crittenton Services within the local community, to raise funds, and to create an exciting environment where young professionals have the opportunity to volunteer their time, talents, and expertise to make a difference in the lives of the teen families we serve.
Katie Duvall, Co-Chairperson
Dominique Giroux-Hayes, Co-Chairperson