SERVE 6.8 has a Board of Directors that meets bi-monthly and oversees operations. Board members are recruited for their commitment, expertise and diverse experience as leaders and advocates for solutions that serve people in need and our community as a whole. The terms for the SERVE 6.8’s Board of Directors are two years and members have a 100% financial contribution rate to the organization.
LeeAnn Burrus is the co-owner of a residential and commercial development business. She has served on various boards in the business realm as well as community and church related boards, committees and ministries. In past years she has volunteered with Habitat for Humanity and enjoyed mission opportunities with her church. She has lived in northern Colorado for 24 years and has four grown children.
Robin Carrier has been employed by Larimer County Department of Human Services, Child, Youth and Family Division since 1987 and currently serves as the Life Skills Supervisor. She has worked in the Human Services field for 35 years and her employment includes: Warren Achievement Center Residential Director and Social Worker (1978-1987), Good Sheppard Lutheran Homes Residential Director (1987-1988), Larimer County Department of Human Services (Caseworker 1988 – 1998, Life Skills Supervisor 1998 to present). Robin is a member of the Young Adult Resource Alliance team, the Family Treatment Court Team and is Co-Director of the First Impressions Team at Timberline Church in Ft. Collins.
Kim Dei is an Assistant Vice President/Branch Manager for Bank of Colorado in Fort Collins. Kim has over 30 years of banking experience which has given her knowledge in both lending and the operations side of banking, as well as leadership experience. She has been with Bank of Colorado since 2000.
Greg Dix is the Director of Engineering for the ASIC Products Division of Avago Technologies Inc. In his role at Avago Technologies, Greg has been responsible for the strategic and tactical leadership, financial budgets, productivity, operational efficiencies and direct management of a +250 person world-wide R&D organization in Colorado, California and Singapore which designs products and services for customers in the US, Europe, India and South East Asia.
Mitch Majeski and his wife Shelli moved to Fort Collins shortly after their wedding 22 years ago. Originally intending to complete a masters degree and move back to Minnesota, Mitch and Shelli fell in love with this great city and made it their home. Though they, like many, have migrated to Fort Collins, they have four roommates who ARE natives (their children). Mitch is a pastor of Summitview Church and has served in that capacity for 15 years. He also serves on the board of the Fort Collins Church Network, Gov. Hickenlooper’s Clergy Council and the Stadium Advisory Group. To SERVE 6.8, Mitch brings a strong relational network and a passion for the development God’s Kingdom in Fort Collins. He is a strategist eager to bring people together to cultivate the God-given assets of our city.
Kari Stewart is committed to connecting resources, partnerships and services with those who would be blessed by them. Collaboration between individuals, businesses and churches are a powerful tool to meeting the needs of the marginalized in our community. To SERVE 6.8, Kari brings 20 years of experience in advocating for at risk children and youth, leading a collaborative alliance focused on uniting agencies, organizations, state, county and churches for the sole purpose of being a voice for those who have no voice.