Ida Rhodes, Interim Executive Director since 2000, has over thirty years’ experience in the social work field, with accreditation in the Mission Based Leadership and Organization Development, University of Notre Dame and as a Cornell University Family Development Credential Program Supervisor, as well as numerous certifications for various prevention programs. Ms. Rhodes has extensive experience in successfully managing the agency programs, government contracts, and grants from public and private sources.
Erika Retzlaff, Director of Advancement, oversees all grants, contracts, fundraising, marketing, and public relations for the agency. Erika attended Colorado State University-Pueblo for undergrad where she received her bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training with minors in leadership studies and business administration. She is currently continuing her education at Colorado State University Global, pursuing a master’s degree in Healthcare Administration with a specialization in Strategic Digital Information Marketing. Erika began her career with the LAUNCH Together Pueblo team at Catholic Charities where she currently serves as the Director of Advancement.
Board of Directors
Jon Riggs, Chair
Shelly Moreschini, Vice Chair
Mark Miller, Treasurer
Tammy Torres, Secretary
Kristin "Anu" Keiley, Director of Adult Programs, has a BSBA in Accounting and a Masters in Business Administration from Colorado State University-Pueblo (CSU-P). She is the Program Coordinator for Project ACCESS and ReHire Colorado, a position she has held since January 2017. Prior to that she was the Job Coach for ReHire Colorado. Anu has been with Catholic Charities since June 2015. She is also an adjunct professor at CSU-P, she teaches International Business, International Management and Business Ethics. She is also a combat veteran with 12 years of service in the United States Army and three combat tours to Iraq and Kuwait.
Lindsay Reeves, Director of Early Childhood Programs, has a Masters in Nonprofit Management from Regis University and is experienced in program development and evaluation, leadership strategies, community collaboration, strategic planning, and quality improvement. Lindsay has more than five years of experience as a community health strategist focusing on population health initiatives to improve communities and has a deep understanding of Pueblo and its disparities. She is committed to the greater good and values a career that incorporates collective impact with a high level of organization, communication and professionalism.
Cari Herald, Director of Finance, joined CCDP finance team in 2018 and was promoted to the Director of Finance in 2019. Ms. Herrald is responsible for overseeing the in-house finance team that coordinates and administers all financial processes, including payroll, to provide financial reporting and compliance for all internal and external users. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration-Accounting from Colorado State University-Pueblo and brings nine years of accounting experience to the agency.
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