Our Board of Directors represents a cross-section of our community and has a passion for our organization and those we serve. The members work hard to ensure long-term sustainability of the organization and oversee that the funds raised directly affect those in need.
Our Staff has a strong commitment to serving the many constituents of our organization. But first and foremost, they focus their energies on those who take advantage of our programs and services.
Katie Bowman – Executive Director
Margie Carrasco - Housing Development Director
Mark Mancuso - Finance Manager
Shawna Allen - Bookkeeper
Marisa Felix-Campbell – Resource Development and Marketing Director
Daphne Rotolo – Marketing/Fundraising Assistant
Kelly Anderson – Administrative Assistant
Wes Hayes – Building Engineer
Coleen Simpson – Director of Property Management
Jaye Baugh – Garden Village Property Manager
Brandy Gilson – Grand Valley Property Manager
Rick Johnson – Property Management Maintenance
Mark Smith – Property Management Maintenance
Josh Chavez - Property Management Maintenance
Tristan DeBruin – Housing Rehabilitation Loan Coordinator
Matt Costigan, Self-Help Program Manager
Nannette Allen-Brown – Self-Help Family Coordinator/Education
Daphne Rotolo - Self-Help Application Assistant
Paul Iversen – Self-Help Construction Superintendent
Lane Mathis – Self-Help Accounting Administrator
Marcy Child – Weatherization Program Manager
Lanell Mathis - Weatherization Administrative Coordinator
Chris Gilson – Weatherization Energy Tech II/Grand Junction
Tony Cole – Weatherization Energy Tech/Grand Junction
Allen Luce – Weatherization Tech II/Montrose
Chris Esquibel– Crew Leader/Quality Control Inspector/Trainer/Montrose
Michael Stout – Crew LeaderQuality Control Inspector/Montrose
Caleb Kop – Weatherization Energy Tech I/Durango
Todd Culver – Weatherization Energy Tech I/Montrose
Zack Hewitt – Weatherization Energy Tech I/Montrose
John Johnson – Furnace Tech/Durango
Jesse Dransfield –Crew Leader/Quality Control Inspector/Grand Junction
Keith Mancusi - Weatherization Energy Tech/Durango
Do you want to build your own home but think you can't afford it?
Use your labor building the home as the downpayment.
Do you own or rent your own home and need help getting it ready for winter?
Weatherizing a home can save you money and help keep your home cool in the Summer and warm in the Winer.
Do you own your home and need assistance repairing it?
We are now serving Mesa and Garfield Counties with this program!
Looking for a home to rent?
We have several properties that my fit what you are looking for.
See how you can volunteer with Housing Resources.
Volunteers make a HUGE difference!
Take a look at what's going on at Housing Resources:
Home Buyer Education Classes