CHAIR - Shelly Hines, Jewish Family Service Shelly Hines directs the Family Safety Net (FSN) department, which includes the Emergency Assistance Program and the Weinberg Food Pantry. She began her career at JFS as a case manager and then program manager in the FSN department. As director, Shelly designs, implements, and manages homeless prevention programs that directly impact vulnerable populations in the community. Shelly’s emphasis is to remain a leader in homeless prevention by providing quality case management services to help the people JFS serves achieve stability and lasting self-sufficiency.

CO-CHAIR/SECRETARY - April Wise, Lutheran Medical Center Currently a Behavioral Health Tech in the Emergency Department at Lutheran Medical Center. April is a Certified Addictions Counselor and has a Bachelor's Degree in Human Services/Mental Health and Counseling. April has also served as Day Hab Counselor at CORE/LS (Imagine!) and Mental Health and Counseling, Residential Counselor at Imagine Innovations. April joined the board to become involved with the human services field on a broader scope, to seek a deeper connection with other human service providers and to better understand all the different kinds of agencies delivering human services. 

TREASURER - Ian Kile, Volunteers of America  Ian is the Training and Quality Assurance Manager at VOA's Denver Veterans Service Center. Ian has a training and education background as well as experience in compliance, grant oversight, and non-profit Board advisement. These skills make him able to support the mission of HSN (to improve the quality and integrity of service provided to vulnerable populations) and also to strengthen the organization through the application of best practices for non-profit management.




Marley Cunningham, Denver Rescue Mission  Marley is a Specialized Gift Coordinator with the Denver Rescue Mission. She has spent most of her adult life working/volunteering in Health and Human Services. Marley has a heart for vulnerable populations and enjoys supporting the organizations that serve them. She shares The Network's mission of improving the quality and integrity of services provided to vulnerable populations. Marley holds an Associate of Arts degree in Human Services from Central Piedmont Community College.

 Wil Kemp, Senior Support Services  My first introduction to the Human Services Network of Colorado was as an undergrad at Metro State University. My experiences with the Network enriched my education as well as motivate me to pursue my current career. I became a board member to help bring this experience to others. I am a great team player. I strive to make myself an asset to any team with which I am involved.

Wilbur Sanchez, Retired  Wilbur is a native Coloradan with over 40 years of human services experience, starting at the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment, where he worked for over 30 years. After leaving the Department, he worked for Community Link providing a variety of employment related services. Most recently Wilbur worked with Rocky Mountain Human Services, where he also providing employment related services. Wilbur received his Bachelors in Business Management from Metropolitan State University of Denver and his Masters in Public Administration from University of Colorado at Denver. He joined the board to help vulnerable populations through networking and collaboration.


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