John has been a leader in the nonprofit sector for over 30 years. He is the former executive director of the Colorado Arts Consortium and Creating Caring Communities (an anti-bullying program). He has worked as senior management at the Colorado Nonprofit Association and the Denver Community Kollel. As a consultant and trainer, John has delivered countless hours of technical assistance and professional development to nonprofits statewide.
Alexis is a project manager with Jefferson Center, an organization dedicated to providing mental health support and related solutions for individuals and their families; with a goal of fostering a community where mental health matters and care is accessible to all.
Alexis has also been supporting those with intellectual and developmental disabilities for the past 6 years in both professional and volunteer capacities. Her passion for helping others and her skills in project management propels her to provide as much support as she can to HSN and its members.
Jason is an administrator with an environmental and public interest group called the Fund for the Public Interest which passes legislation for organizations like Environment America, and USPIRG. Jason has also managed citizen outreach offices in 5 states throughout the mid-west region. These experiences and skills allow him to assist the Network's mission. Helping nonprofits with their missions is my passion and I fortunately I found the Network! I focus on making administration systems as human oriented as possible. They should be designed to make our lives easier not more frustrating.
Madison Magor is a human service professional, artist, and harm reductionist who has a passion for empowering young people in Denver. She has worked in education with at-promise youth as well as youth experiencing homelessness. Madison strives to provide supportive services to those who need it most & encourage them to make their life something special. In her personal life, her goal is to create art that challenges the stigma around drug use and harm reduction. Madison became involved with The Network in her undergraduate studies at MSU Denver. After graduating, Madison came back to work with The Network because she believes that Human Service professionals are some of the best people out there & they deserve to get high quality training. Some of Madison's areas of focus include; rapid re-housing, harm reduction, case management, working with those experiencing homeless, & youth services.
Clinton Edgar has consistently worked to improve the lives of others and his community throughout his professional career. Prior to entering the financial services sector, Clinton’s expertise in Colorado’s Child Welfare system were critical to improvements within practice, compliance, and outcomes for children and families. Clinton was drawn to becoming a Financial Advisor from recognizing the need individuals, families, and businesses have in planning holistically to achieve financial wellness. As such, Clinton values building strength-based relationships, having candid conversations, comprehensive planning, and working cooperatively in a trustworthy manner. Clinton is a native of Colorado and has lived along the front range and mountain regions. Clinton received a bachelor's degree in Social Work from Colorado State University (CSU) and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Regis University. Additionally, Clinton has obtained certifications from the Project Management Institute (PMI) and the American Society for Quality (ASQ). The Mission of HSNC - to advocate for and support Human Services Super Heroes - brought me to The Network. I have a passion for helping the helpers! I am a Subject Matter Expert (SME) in Child Welfare with a particular emphasis upon Colorado's Child Welfare System. I also have a passion for process/performance improvement and quality improvement.
I am a trauma therapist and supervisor. My passions are seeing people transform and reach their goals. I also am a leadership consultant and use adventure travel to accelerate leadership skills. My passion for education and training brought me to The Network. I have had considerable experience in implementing Trauma-informed care, teaching leadership development, and supporting intentional culture.
Rachel is a case manager and administrative assistant at Pathlight Mood and Anxiety Center where she assists patients on their road to recovery. Rachel has a passion for working alongside at-risk youth and unsheltered populations. Her experience and passion for building strong communities reinforces The Network's commitment to support human service providers.