YWCA Boulder County Board President
YWCA Announces Appointment of 6 New Board Members
New Board members are leaders in the community and represent a cross-section of talent and diversity
BOULDER, Colo., Sep. 12, 2017 —YWCA Boulder County today announced that the non-profit serving women and children has officially welcomed six new members to its Board of Directors, replacing retiring board members from the 2016-2017 year term. These new members will serve on the Board’s various committees and assist the full board in selecting its new CEO.
New board members include:
Angelique Espinoza, a political consultant and activist who has been a leading advocate for bicultural issues throughout her career in public service. Espinoza has also been a volunteer for one of YWCA’s signature programs, Reading to End Racism.
Emily Hearst, Operations Manager for Women’s Health Clinic and Rheumatology practice at UCHealth, Anschutz. Hearst brings a unique perspective to the board, having served as the advocacy director for YWCA prior to her return to graduate school.
Anna Linn, Assistant Direrctor, Corporate & External Relations at Leeds School of Business works with front range organizations to create meaningful partnerships, and supports CU departments such as the Office of Diversity Affairs to support a diverse learning environment. Linn also serves on the CU Young Alumni Board.
Aliena Martinez, Director of Strategic Partnerships, Latino Leadership Institute (LLI) at the University of Denver. Martinez brings a passion for assisting and mentoring young talent into the workplace.
Francesca Mosier, Assistant VP at Sunflower Bank, brings prior board experience serving on the ARC Board. She has a unique passion for the mission of YWCA, having volunteered with YWCA in Pueblo as a child.
Brittny Wilson, Senior VP of Development and Marketing for Attention Homes, and the prior development director for Watershed School and Women’s Bean Project. Wilson is a 2017 40 under 40 award winner who lives in Longmont.
About YWCA Boulder County
YWCA is a strong anchor non-profit in Boulder County, providing services for women, children, and families with programs such as the Front Range’s only sliding-fee drop-in child care program, the Reading to End Racism racial equity initiative in Boulder public schools, Latina Achievement programs, and career advancement counseling and training.
YWCA Boulder County has grown to serve more than 5,000 clients annually among women, children and families through a myriad of unique and essential programs.