The Community Foundation is governed by a Board of Trustees consisting of community leaders from throughout Northern Colorado. Trustees are selected for having demonstrated personal involvement in civic affairs and a high level of commitment and philanthropic leadership in our community. The Community Foundation is also supported by numerous committees.

Charles Bouchard, MBA*

Charlie was a financial advisor for over 30 years with AG Edwards and Well Fargo Advisors. He chairs the Foundation’s Investment Committee and serves on the Executive Council. He also is involved with Loveland Rotary and chairs the Foundation for that organization. Charlie and his family established a Donor Advised fund with the Foundation in 2006.

Craig Greenslit*

Craig is the President and part-owner of TANCO Engineering, Inc., a Loveland-based, nationwide industrial construction company. Craig previously served on the Berthoud Community Fund Committee and volunteers as a part-time coach with the Berthoud High School Cross Country running team. Craig’s favorite outdoor activities are running, swimming, and alpine ski racing with the Eldora Masters. Craig and his wife Marcy also founded A Care Management Group which helps older adults, and their family members navigate the aging process.

Cecil Gutierrez*

Cecil is a retired music educator from Loveland and Thompson Valley high schools. He served on the Loveland City Council, including eight years as mayor from 2007 – 2017, and is currently a member of numerous boards and committees. In 2022, he was appointed by Governor Jared Polis to serve on the board of trustees of Western Colorado University. He also spent almost 30 years in the U.S. Army on active duty, and in the National Guard.

Jim Hendrix

Jim founded and serves as chairman of Progressive Agricultural Management, LLC, a multi-state, irrigated farm production company. Pro-Ag produces organic grains and forages for a large, integrated organic dairy company, along with both organic and conventional popcorn which are exported internationally. It also raises all of the light red kidney beans used by Popeyes fast-food company. Jim serves on the boards of two other foundations, and on his local hospital board. Jim and his wife Twila established a Donor Advised fund with the Foundation in 2018.

Ann Hutchison, CAE

Ann has been with the Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce for nearly 20 years and serves currently as its president and CEO.  During her tenure with the Chamber, she has directly managed the communications and event departments, assisted in the day-to-day operation of the Chamber and managed issues and political advocacy as well as the Chamber’s Leadership Fort Collins and Leadership Northern Colorado programs.  Most recently, she has been a key leader in the community pandemic economic Response, Recovery and Reignite efforts.

Denise Juliana, Retired CPA (Chair)*

Denise spent 29 years in public accounting, 21 as a partner in Eide Bailly, retiring in 2020. She has been a cheerleader for the Community Foundation throughout her career and serves on the Professional Advisors Council. Denise is an active member of Foothills Rotary Club and is involved with Give Next and WomenGive. Denise and her husband Patrick love to travel, especially internationally, and when they aren’t traveling, they enjoy planning their next trip!

LeAnn Massey

LeAnn retired as the Executive Director of Respite Care in 2022, after working with the Northern Colorado nonprofit for 25 years. She continues to volunteer with Respite Care and the children they serve. A third generation native of Fort Collins she enjoys consulting with nonprofit agencies in board development and strategic planning. LeAnn, her husband David, and their children and grandchildren enjoy the mountains, the beach and Colorado State University athletics.

Mark Newendorp

Mark has thirty years of experience in the petroleum industry and is the founding principal of Bear Peak Resources, LLC. He is currently the President of the Board of Crossroads Ministry of Estes Park and a member for the Community Foundation’s Estes Valley Community Fund, having previously served on the board of Estes Valley Restorative Justice Partnership and Estes Valley Habitat for Humanity. Mark and his wife, Susan, advise the Newendorp Family Charitable Foundation Fund, which was established in 2010.

Nick Roe

Nick is vice president-risk consultant at HUB International, providing insurance solutions and risk management expertise to middle market organizations in Colorado. Nick  has previously served as chairman for the Loveland Chamber of Commerce, on the board of directors for the Loveland Business Partnership, and as chair of the Community Foundation’s Loveland  Fund Committee. Nick lives in Loveland with his wife, Erin and their three kids, Jack, Joe and Jordyn.

Russell J. Sprague

Russell is an attorney with 16 years of experience. He currently practices at Cline William, which has offices in Northern and Eastern Colorado. His litigation practice focuses primarily on commercial/business issues, real estate, employment, franchise/distribution, and probate litigation, with an emphasis on agricultural issues. Russell was named by 5280 Magazine as a top agricultural lawyer of 2023 and a BizWest Top Real Estate Lawyer in 2023. Russell resides in Fort Collins with his wife and children.

Nicole Staudinger

Nicole Staudinger is a market president at FirstBank, Colorado’s second largest bank and one of the largest privately-held bank in the nation. She is an active member of the community, currently serving as treasurer for the Colorado State University’s Green & Gold Foundation and on the executive committee of the Fort Collins Chamber of Commerce. Nicole currently resides outside of Fort Collins. She and her husband, Ty, have six children.

Marla Trumper*

Marla has been energetically supporting the Northern Colorado community for more than 25 years. She has served on several community boards including Boys and Girls Club, Fort Collins Museum of Discovery, WISH, and CSU Development Councils. Most recently, Marla worked at Colorado State University in Presidential Donor Engagement. Previously, she managed health nonprofits, including Cystic Fibrosis and American Diabetes Association. She is now creating her next professional endeavor while chairing the Community Foundation Impact Committee. Marla along with her husband, Rocci treasure time together with family and friends. They have two grown children with super spouses rounding out their unit.

Kathi Wright

After moving to Loveland in 1978, Kathi Wright worked for several companies – most notably Loveland City Hall for 13 years and as executive director of Boys & Girls Clubs of Larimer County for 18 years. She now serves as executive director of #LiveLoveland, a consortium of 12 community segments working on an “Accentuating the Positive” campaign. She also helps raise money for the Children’s Museum Northern Colorado and serves as assistant district governor for the Loveland Thompson Valley Rotary Club. Kathi also previously served a four-year term on the Loveland City Council. Kathi is mom to Joe, age 30.  They have grown significantly through dealing with Joe’s Bipolar Disorder and heroin addiction & recovery process.  He graduated with machinist certification from FRCC. Kathi loves live music and being outdoors with nature.

*Executive Committee Member