Board of Directors
The Leadership Team of Habitat for Humanity of Teller County [HFHTC] is in pursuit of ‘engaging in the extraordinary’. In order to ensure success, they are recruiting new, strong leaders prepared to build an organization capable of taking HFHTC and its partner families well into the future.
HFHTC has identified that the most active supporters of our organization to be DOERS and WORLDLY IDEALISTS! People who derive their self-worth and value from doing and from helping create the change they want to see in the world. They seek out opportunities to make tangible lasting improvement – whether it’s in their homes, their work, their relationships, their civic involvement, or their favorite charitable causes. While many think of themselves as worldly and like to help people in need all over the world, they believe that change needs to start first in their own community. Their energy is INFECTIOUS! When they get excited about a project or cause, it’s hard not to get involved.
Please consider being part of our leadership team either as a board member, serving on one of our committees or as a valuable volunteer. Please call 687-4447 today for more information.
Rick Sanford, PRESIDENT/CEO, Woodland Park, Colorado
[Vice President of Strategy and Business Development, BridgeSat, Inc.]
Rick is an executive leader with over 30 years of experience in global communications & satellite systems analysis, design, integration and management. Rick’s core strength is in understanding business & technical requirements and aligning the people, processes, budget and technologies necessary to achieve success and provide maximum return on investment. Rick serves on the Board of Space Micro, Inc. in San Diego, CA and was on the Board of the International Space University in Strasbourg France for 10 years. He is a USAF Veteran and has been a member of the HHTC Board since 2016.
Zanya Rodabough, VICE PRESIDENT, Woodland Park, Colorado[Owner, Z-Best In Real Estate]
Zanya Rodabough: Managing Broker of Z-Best in Real Estate with over 5 years in real estate. Previous experience includes 9 years in state government writing subsidized employment contracts for Workforce Investment Programs, business expansion and retention programs, and human resource consulting. Served on Board of Directors for Livingston Food Pantry, Board member of Ute Pass Kiwanis, Advisory Board Member for Southwest Chemical Dependency Drop in Center, Coordinator for Park County (Montana) DUI Task Force, and currently serving as Vice President for Teller County Habitat for Humanity.
Jim Olsen, TREASURER, Woodland Park, Colorado[General Manager, Foxworth-Galbraith Home improvement Center]
Jim Olsen- 30+ years in the building materials business. Currently the General Manager of Foxworth Galbraith Lumber. Past president of the Teller County Home Builders Association. A long time supplier to many Habitat building projects. Currently serves as Treasurer for Teller County Habitat for Humanity.
Rick Weaver, SECRETARY, Woodland Park, Colorado
Rick is a retired respiratory therapist who worked for over 34 years in the field. After retiring from the Army in 1995, he moved to Woodland Park with his wife, Linda, also a retired Army veteran. He worked for 18 years at Memorial Hospital in Colorado Springs, entering full-time retirement in 2013. During Rick’s time as a respiratory therapist, he volunteered at the State and National level with the Colorado Society for Respiratory Care. For six out of the seven years serving on the Board of Directors, he was one of two Colorado Delegates to the American Associate for Respirator Care (AARC) House of Delegates. Throughout his seven years, he served on various committees and held office for one year as Secretary and served one year as a Parliamentarian. For two years, he edited a publication of Pulmonary Diagnostics section and received the AARC Specialty Practitioner of the Year Award in 2011. Rick began volunteering with Habitat for Humanity in 2017 on the Clocktower Condos. He quickly became a crew leader and Hammer Team member, serving on the affiliates Construction Committee and participating in renovation projects. In November 2019, he was elected as Secretary to the Board of Directors. Rick is an avid outdoorsman, enjoying hiking, snowshoeing, climbing, ascending 14ers and leading trips for the Colorado Mountain Club.
Christine Amos, CHAIR PROJECT DEVELOPMENT AND DESIGN COMMITTEE Woodland Park, Colorado
(Owner, Amos Consulting Group LLC)
Chris has been immersed in architecture, design, and historic preservation for over 30 years. From nationally-awarded Context-Sensitive Federal Highway Design projects to Scenic Byway Visitor Centers to National Park Service historic structures consulting, she thoroughly enjoys team work resulting in creative solutions to complex challenges. Chris serves as HFHTC Secretary and chairs the Project Development and Design Committee. As a member of the Board of Directors, she believes Habitat for Humanity Teller County is a unique organization that enables affordable home ownership for our workforce, incorporates innovative design and resource conservation, and builds community for everyone involved. Now how great is that?
Audrea Brickell, PERSONNEL AND HUMAN RESOURCES COMMITTEE, Woodland Park, Colorado
Audrea Brickell is the Human Resource Director with Century Casinos in Cripple Creek. She has 22 years in the Gaming Industry and in Teller County after moving here from Grand Junction. During the past 8 years she has been living and being a homeowner in Woodland Park. She now specializes in Human Resource management and Development, working with many community agencies and partners. Some past experiences have been in facility and Food and Beverage Management. Audrea is active member the Housing and Transient committee and Child Care Taskforce Committee in Southern Teller County. Audrea also has two children and is active in the School District Activities. In addition Audrea has been committed to Habitat for Humanity for many years by volunteering on projects like Sherwood Forest and Clock Tower, and making donations when possible.
Rick Iwamoto, CHAIR CONSTRUCTION COMMITTEE, Woodland Park, Colorado[Retired Vice President, Business Development, John Zink Hamworthy Combustion]
Rick is a retired senior executive with the most recent 30+ years in leadership roles in the world’s leading combustion technology company. His roles included Vice President of two business units with fiscal responsibility for sales, design and project execution. Most recently he held the role of Vice President of Business Development for North and South America with responsibility for domestic and international sales resources. Rick’s core strengths are providing innovative solutions and his focus upon personnel and customer development skills. Rick joined the Habitat for Humanity Teller County Board and now leads the Construction Committee as Chairman.
Kim Kremer Elliott, CHAIR MARKETING COMMITTEE, Woodland Park, Colorado
As an Enterprise Account Manager with TRIOSE, Kim works with healthcare IDNs to help them realize savings across their entire supply chain. Kim has a decade of experience in healthcare logistics, including sales management, field operations and consulting. Moving to Woodland Park in 2017 brought the opportunity for Kim to become involved in local non-profit work, and interest in Habitat was ignited by realizing that Teller County’s workforce faced a lack of attainable housing. Kim is also President of her HOA Board of Directors, a committee member for TRIOSE’s GIVE 5 charity, and continues to support various charitable organizations in her native Kentucky.
i, CHAIRMAN OF ADVISORY BOARD, Woodland Park, Colorado
Bruno is a retired electrical engineer with over 40 years of experience in the design of high speed computational machines, control systems, and high speed data acquisition systems. Bruno & his wife Carolyn, moved to Woodland Park in 2005. He joined Habitat for Humanity of Teller County in 2006, as a construction volunteer. Elected to the Board of Directors in 2010, and served as Chairman of the board from 2011 through 2014. He is the Chairman of the Advisory Committee.
William Doolen, ADVISORY BOARD, Woodland Park, CO [Retired Corporate Executive]
William is a retired business executive with 35 years experience in corporate finance, project management, manufacturing management and operations management in Fortune 500 companies. William brings extensive experience and expertise in project management and business management to the organization. William has worked for Habitat for Humanity of Teller county for the past 15 years in a number of capacities, including Construction Project Manager and member of the Board of Directors.