Meet Board & Committee Members

DOVIA Colorado Board & Committee Members
Want to contact a member of the board? Email and we'll put you in touch! We've also provided you with individual contact information in case you'd like reach out directly. The DOVIA Colorado board is currently recruiting for more leadership--take a look at the benefits and how to join this exciting team today!


Audrey Glasebrook 
CCOV & Education Committee (Larimer County),
 Board Member

Audrey Glasebrook is the Volunteer Program Manager for the Poudre River Public Library District and has worked in the volunteer engagement field since 2012. After serving as volunteer coordinator for a couple non-profits in Washington, DC, she moved to Fort Collins in 2016 and worked with the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program at Volunteers of America before coming to the public libraries. She joined the DOVIA board in 2018 and chairs the Larimer County education committee, helping to plan education sessions throughout the year. When she’s not working with volunteers, you’ll find Audrey hiking, biking, gardening, traveling, and hanging out with her husband, Luke, and adorable German Shepherd pup, Ursa. 


photo bobbie d'addarioBobbie D’Addario
CCOV Committee & Board Member

Bobbie D’Addario has been a long time DOVIA member and served on the board in the late 90’s for about 5 years. She began her position as the Volunteer Coordinator for the Colorado Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association in 2021. She loves getting to know so many incredible volunteers and working with such a talented staff. Bobbie started out her career as a social worker in Buffalo, New York. She quickly realized that her passion was working with volunteers and has worked in the field of volunteer management for over thirty five years. Bobbie worked for many years as a youth director and volunteer coordinator at Smoky Hill United Methodist Church and also spent several years managing volunteers who provided services to the homeless, low-income people and folks in recovery at Aurora Warms the Night, Family HomeStead, the Mental Health Association of Colorado and Ready to Work Aurora. Bobbie is the mother of two adult children and grandmother to three. She has been married to Bob for thirty seven years. Bobbie is the author of a book named “Mirror, Mirror in the Trash” which is a book that deals with self-esteem and body image, spirituality, sexuality and more for women of all ages. She loves to travel, read, write and sing and she hopes to retire from the Alzheimer’s Association…. but not for several years!


heather jackson photoHeather Jackson, CVA
Education Committee & Board Member

Heather Jackson has been a DOVIA member since 2013 and joined the DOVIA Board in 2021. She lives in Ft. Collins, and is currently the Volunteer Services Manager for UCHealth Greeley Hospital. Heather has a degree in Human Services and obtained her CVA in 2016 (with renewal in 2021). She began working with volunteers in 2010 and loves finding ways to create purpose and belonging for the volunteers in her programs.  She has previously worked for the Denver Rescue Mission, managing volunteers and interns at their two Northern Colorado facilities, and also at Volunteers of America in Ft. Collins, helping to oversee their AmeriCorps Seniors RSVP program. Heather is active with the Council for Certification in Volunteer Administration (CCVA), serving on their Ethics and Outreach Committees. She loves collaborating with others in the field and mentoring those new to volunteer management. Prior to her work in volunteer management, Heather was a travel agent and a business owner. In her free-time she loves to hike, and tries to climb a couple 14ers every summer with her son. She also really enjoys live music, patio sitting (with beer or wine in hand!), and travel.

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Kiley Erlandson
Vollee Alliance & Board Member

Kiley Erlandson has been a DOVIA member since 2020 and recently joined the DOVIA board in 2021. She is currently the Volunteer Manager for the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Denver. Kiley has a degree in Non-Profit Management and Spanish with a minor in Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management. Kiley realized her passion for Volunteer Management during her first college internship in 2016 and has been in the field ever since! Kiley joined DOVIA because of her interest in building community, finding ways to collaborate between organizations to do good and exchange ideas
and practices to help fellow volunteer management professionals. In her free time, she is an avid runner, skier, and dedicated German Shepherd dog mom


Lisa Hughes
Education Committee & Board Member

I’m Lisa Hughes and I’m the Volunteer Manager at Meals in Wheels in Boulder. I’ve been in nonprofit management for about 2 and half years but have worked in non profits for parts of my career.  I have my masters in social work and my teaching license in special education and have worked in mental health, as a special education teacher and in various non profits over the years. I am married and have 2 young adult daughters. In my free time, I like to sing, read, do Zumba and spend time in Colorado’s mountains. I’m originally from Austin Texas but came to Colorado to attend CU for college and have basically been here ever since. I’m excited to be on the DOVIA board. 


Dr. Jason Machado
Marketing Committee & Board Member

Dr. Jason Machado is a faculty member in the School of Public Affairs at the University of Colorado Denver. His research and teaching interests there include nonprofit management, nonprofit board governance and collaborative advocacy. Jason is excited to be a part of DOVIA Colorado because of his passion for fostering the sustainability, advocacy and education of the nonprofit volunteer community. Jason's wife is a midwife, and he is also the proud father of two boys. Jason and his family live in Centennial, where he enjoys watching 1980s movies, listening to live music, and spending time with his family in the outdoors.

Sarah Rice
Membership Committee & Board Member

Sarah Rice is the Director of Volunteer and Administrative Services at the Anchor Center for Blind Children. Her current function is in the History of working in non-profit organization management industry. Skilled in volunteer engagement, program development, database implementation, operations, problem solving, and leadership. Strong professional, with continued increases in responsible leadership experience. Biggest achievements: 
Creating a culture of volunteerism, Growth and retention 
New relationships to meet staffing needs, Skilled based volunteers, Volunteers becoming employees-employee pipeline, Grants and corporate relations


Additional Committee Volunteers

Abby Krstullic (Chair)
Sarah Rice
Yael Holzman Castellands

Nicole Quinn (Chair)
Jason Machado

Education: Boulder/Broomfield:
Katy Voldrich (Chair)
Carly Marguis
Lisa Hughes

Education: Denver:
Katie Bukowski (Chair)
Kerri Stroupe

Education: Larimer:
Audrey Glasebrook (Chair)
Abby Krstulic
Charlotte Norville
Sue Schafer

Education: SoCo Region:
LouAnn Deklava
Deanna Toney
Madison Taylor
Grace Vigil

Education: Weld County:
Amy Threewitt
Heather Jackson
Meredith Skogland

CCOV - Colorado Conference on Volunteerism Planning Committee
Allison Waldvogel (Chair) 
Bobbie D'Addario
Emily Dobish
Nicole Robbins
Jordan Rossi
Gabby Ewell

Vollee Alliance
Kiley Erlandson

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