Finance and Fundraising
Greg Betsinger is an accomplished financial advisor at Edward Jones. During his time there he has been awarded accolades such as the Edward Jones Regional Leader, Performance Leader and Growth leader. Greg has served on the board of directors for both the Foothills United Way as well as the YMCA of Longmont, CO.
Greg earned his B.A. in International Relations at George Washington University and went on to Graduate school in Bologna, Italy to continue his study of international relations. Greg earned his M.A. in International Economics at the John Hopkins school of advanced international Studies. Since then he has attended the AAMS School of Financial Planning as well as the College for Financial Planning.
Greg serves as a financial advisor and provides Fire Mountain with his expertise in the field of financial planning.
Doug Hanson was born and raised in Boulder, CO. He graduated Cum Lade from Regis University with a BS in Management and began his professional career in real estate but quickly jumped into the communication industry. After working with several companies in the communication field, Doug’s entrepreneurial spirit took over and he partnered with a communication company learning the ins and outs of business.
In 1995 the urge to do his own thing pushed him to start Evolve Technologies. Evolve has grown throughout the years to support both large and small customers with their entire communication network needs. Evolve’s list of clients includes Crocs, BI, Abound Solar, HealthONE and Metro State College. Doug has volunteered his time and resources to Fire Mountain Sober Home as well as other worthy causes including The Fairview Friends Foundation and EFAA. Nationally he has supported St Jude’s Children’s Hospital, MS Society and Komen Foundation.
Meghann Conter is founder of Your Social Source, LLC, a company that develops strong social media strategies for clients, which, when added to a client’s overall marketing strategy, gives them a clear path to market their products and/or services directly to their target market efficiently and effectively. Our mission is to shine the spotlight on thought leaders and to keep the passion of their movements alive and to remind them that leadership and inspiration can be fun!
Fire Mountain benefits from Meghan’s knowledge and insights into the world of social media as it pertains to marketing strategies and program development.
Shanly Weber, M.A., S.E.P. and founder of SHIFT, is a somatic therapist certified in Dr. Peter Levine’s work, Somatic Experiencing®. She is also a trained mindfulness meditation instructor as well as a chi kung and healing touch practitioner. She combines her wisdom of these three modalities to offer a unique and effective therapy to her clientele.
Shanly is inspired by individual and community consciousness and is passionate to support young adults, families and organizations to develop sanity in the world.
Ken Huey completed his BA degree in Business Administration at Baldwin-Wallace College and went on to complete his MBA in Marketing at Michigan State University. Subsequently, Ken taught Marketing and was a student counselor at Cleveland State University. After a few years, Ken returned to school, deciding to specialize in Hospital Administration, completing another Master’s degree at CU Health Sciences Center in Denver.
Ken has held a handful of positions over the years including the Assistant Administrator at St. Mary’s Hospital, the CEO of Longmont United Hospital, the CEO position at Memorial Hospital of Sheridan, as well as a few interim CEO positions since his formal retirement in 2006.
Ken’s interest in Fire Mountain goes beyond his father-son relationship with the director of Fire Mountain, Aaron Huey. He brings his administrative and Board Of Directors experiences to the advisory board of Fire Mountain. Ken has held administrative positions and served on the boards for such organizations as the Colorado Hospital Association, Boulder County and Longmont YMCA’s, Longmont and Sheridan, WY Chambers of Commerce, Grand County Health Advisory Board, among others.
Future Girl’s Home Committee
Susan began volunteering with Fire Mountain in February 2012 after a friend sent her teenage girls to the teen residential treatment center. Both girls were struggling with alcohol and drug addiction, cutting, suicide and codependency issues. She was amazed and encouraged by their transformation and decided that she wanted to use her free time to support the owners of Fire Mountain and struggling teens. She also has a dream of opening a girls home with Fire Mountain in the coming years.
In her past life, Susan worked as an air quality specialist in the energy industry. She has over 15 years of project management experience that is beneficial to Fire Mountain in whatever role she is playing – whether it’s mentoring the teens, coordinating other volunteers, or participating in the advisory committee.
Phil & Alicia Puckett
Having sent one of their daughters to Fire Mountain and experienced the success of the program, Phil and Alicia know the importance of a program like this. They know first hand what Aaron and Chris bring to the table and want to support this program as well as the kids who become a part of the tribe.
Phil has been working in the IT field as a network engineer for the past 15 years and has been involved in a couple of startup businesses, one involving the technical development of data centers, the other involving something a little more palatable……literally. Phil has started up his own Boulder Dessert Company which specializes in creating gluten and dairy free desserts. His mission is to give those people who suffer from dairy or gluten allergies a taste of what they are missing.