Rev. Eric Sunderland
Officer Position: President
Pastor, Westminster Presbyterian Church

“We live in a society increasingly shaped by the voices that seem to yell the loudest and longest. The fruits of such a society appear to be fear, division, and mistrust. I am excited to be involved in a growing community at the Geller Center that believes other, better fruits are possible; fruits like understanding, compassion, and a greater good for all people. The work of inviting young people to enter openly, respectfully, and courageously, into challenging conversations carries the potential of shaping a society capable of bearing those other, better fruits.”


Jenny Illig
Officer Position: Treasurer
Assistant Minister, New Thought Northern Colorado Center for Spiritual Living

“I believe in and support the mission of the Geller Center – teaching young adults to engage in difficult conversation with openness, respect and courage. This is a vital way to promote healthy, thriving community – the peace of common unity – in Northern Colorado and beyond.”


Kassie Roeser
Board Member
Student, Colorado State University

“The Geller Center is a space for deep reflection, contemplation, and growth, not to mention delicious and nourishing food! Being on the board provides a path in which I can use my unique perspective as someone who is served to serve this beautiful and enriching space.”


Leah Bornstein
Board Member
President, Aims Community College

Dr. Leah L. Bornstein has dedicated more than 25 years to higher education in a variety of leadership and management roles. Dr. Bornstein was named the sixth president and CEO of Aims Community College on Aug. 1, 2015 by the Aims Board of Trustees. Dr. Bornstein’s work has captured the attention of national boards and commissions where she has held officer and leadership positions with Western Interstate Commission of Higher Education (WICHE), Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT), American Association of Community Colleges (AACC), American Council of Education (ACE), and formerly, the Office of Women in Higher Education (OWHE).


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Sean Simpson
Board Member
Community Member

 

John Forrest
Board Member
Student, Front Range Community College