Denver, CO—Rose Community Foundation’s Board of Trustees has announced a new chair, two new trustees and five new committee members. These community volunteers provide guidance and expertise to support the Foundation’s mission, programs and policies. All elections and appointments were effective January 1, 2015.
- Board Chair – Jerrold Glick
- Board of Trustees – Kathy Neustadt, Brian Wilkinson
- Committee on Aging – Maria Garcia Berry, Karen Leaffer
- Child and Family Development Committee – Mary Lee, Roxane White
- Health Committee – Dr. Jody Mathie
Jerrold Glick has been a member of the Foundation’s board since 2010 and will serve a two-year term as chair. Mr. Glick is currently a member of Rose Community Foundation’s Education Committee and Investment Committee. As managing partner of Columbia Group LLLP, a Denver-based investment company that has developed a number of buildings in Lower Downtown being used as adaptive re-use projects, Mr. Glick also serves Denver as the vice president of the Denver Union Station Project Authority and chairman of both the Denver Civic Ventures board and Downtown Denver Partnership.
Kathy Neustadt is a new member of the Board of Trustees having served on the Foundation’s Jewish Life Committee since 2011. Ms. Neustadt has worked as a freelance field producer for
ABC TV’s Good Morning America, World News Tonight and Nightline for the past 25 years. She is on the board of directors for the Robert E. Loup Jewish Community Center (JCC), the Mizel Arts and Culture Center at the JCC and Facing History and Ourselves.
Brian Wilkinson is a new member of the Board of Trustees having served as a member of the Foundation’s Child and Family Development Committee. Mr. Wilkinson is Colorado market president of MidFirst Bank. He is a trustee at St. Anne’s Episcopal School, a board member of the Metro Denver Executive Club and former Director of the Denver branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.
About Rose Community Foundation
Rose Community Foundation uses leadership, grantmaking and donor engagement to invest in strategic and innovative solutions to enduring problems and emerging issues. The Foundation has granted more than $217 million since it was founded in 1995. To learn more, please visit rcfdenver.org.