Alan Walker is a retired executive who spent 40 years in the international corporate sector in the heavy equipment for mining and constructing industries. Since his retirement from Caterpillar in 2013, Alan has focused on having a meaningful impact and has served as a Commissioner on the Denver Commission on Aging, on the Denver HRCP Advisory Board, as an AARP Ambassador, and the Chair of the Volunteer Leadership Council for Denver Botanic Gardens.
Steve is the President of Coblaco Services, Inc. and brings his business acumen to the board. He serves as A Little Help’s Treasurer of the BOD.
Angela Lichtenberger has volunteered with A Little Help as the Outreach Coordinator and now joins our board. Angela was a Registered Nurse and serves on our Fundraising and Development Committee to help plan Fiesta de Mayo
Cori comes to A Little Help as the President of Keeton PR, a Denver Public Relations firm. As the chair of our Creative Team, Cori is helping A Little Help’s PR and Marketing efforts.
Sean has more than 15 years of accounting, finance, and business consulting experience and leads the Business Technology Services consulting area at EKS&H. Sean brings these skills to the board as we plan strategically for growth.
Lori, a native of Jefferson County, was the Deputy District Attorney with Jefferson County; special focus in “CAC” (crimes against children), serving a particularly vulnerable segment of population. She is the Board President of a Special District and a mother of three girls.
Mike Rengel, a former New Orleans Saint, has spent his professional career as an entrepreneur, and business development and business management executive with major engineering and construction management companies. Since starting his gradual retirement from CH2MHILL, Ltd in 2007, Mike he has freely given his time to a variety of nonprofit organization in the Denver Metro area, including the Mile Hi Church Foundation. During his time on the MHC Board, he was instrumental in forging a partnership with A Little Help to grow in Lakewood and Jefferson County.
Bob Brocker is a semi-retired railroad executive and management consultant. He spends the bulk of his time advocating for seniors within various nonprofit organizations: A Little Help, Colorado Senior Lobby, Advisory Council on Aging (DRCOG), and the SAPGA (Senior Action Planning Group on Aging) Technology and Innovation Committee. He is pleased to rejoin our board after serving as board Chair from 2011 through 2014 and as a volunteer since 2010.
Jonathan Mueller brings his entrepreneurial and philanthropic experience to A Little Help’s board. His past experience in fields from retail to skiing to operations gives Jonathan a unique way of looking at situations. He is the founder of The Pinecone Project and a realtor with Keller Williams Foothills, LLC.
Britt is the Vice President, Northwest Divisional Performance Manager at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. She serves on A Little Help’s Fund Development team.