Johnson Adult Day Program

Board of Directors

Parrish Boren

Parrish is President and sits on the Board of Directors of Marx|Okubo Associates, Inc., a national architectural and construction consulting company based in Denver. Parrish has over 25 years of experience in commercial real estate and development related activities, having worked for both large institutional investors and operators of commercial properties prior to his current role. Parrish has degrees from both Texas A&M and Southern Methodist University and was previously on the boards of Quist Valuation, Inc., and F.O.S.S.

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Marco Chayet

Marco, a founding member of the InnovAge Foundation, is an accomplished elder law attorney and advocate for those with issues pertaining to aging, incapacity and special needs. During law school, Marco’s grandmother was the principal party in a controversial elder law case in Colorado. The Estate of Milstein v. Ayers, 955 P. 2d 78 (Colo. App. 1998) is a landmark case which upholds the right to counsel and due process of incapacitated adults in Colorado in a guardianship proceeding. This personal experience was the impetus for Marco’s career in the field of elder law and probate litigation with Chayet & Danzo, LLC, and ColoradoElderLaw.com.

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Joie Glenn

Joie has been the Executive Director of the New Mexico Association for Home and Hospice Care for twenty-two years. She brings to the board her expertise in the health care delivery service including care management and home and hospice care services. Joie is actively involved in New Mexico serving on boards and policy advisory committees and brings a wide range of information for input and discussion.

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Maureen Hanrahan

Maureen’s professional background in nursing, health education and organizational leadership has fed her passion for prevention and innovation, especially for the most vulnerable populations. She holds a BS Nursing from the University of Maryland and a MA in Health Education from the University of Northern Colorado. Prior to her retirement, Maureen served as National Director of Charitable Care and Coverage in the Department of Community Benefit at Kaiser Permanente National Offices. In this role, she was responsible for strategic planning, implementation, management and evaluation of products and services for the most vulnerable populations in Kaiser Permanente communities. Her community benefit investment portfolio was $1b annually. As part of this role, she needed to understand public programs for the vulnerable or poor such as Medicaid and Medicare as well as unmet needs.

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Jill Higham

Jill resides in Northern Colorado and currently serves as the Director of Development at the Colorado State University College of Agricultural Sciences. She comes from a rich background in philanthropy with extensive experience fundraising for universities including the disciplines of law and policy, biomedical engineering, mechanical engineering, and agricultural sciences. In addition to her career in fund development and partnership building, Jill owned and managed her own law practice representing clients throughout Colorado and Wyoming and served as an adjunct professor of law at the University of Wyoming College of Law. Jill's work on behalf of the aging population began when she was engaged by the Gill Foundation to be a voice for the LGBT community. Jill's other board experience includes the Crossroads Safehouse Board of Directors, InnovAge Foundation Board, and Laramie County Community College Advisory Board. Jill also enjoys volunteering with the Matthew Shepard Foundation and One Colorado.

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Greg Ibsen | Chair

Greg is the CEO and founder of Summit Service Group which has operated continuously for 35 years. Greg has over 40 years of entrepreneurial business experience including the founding of Advanced Floor Coatings, Diamond Peak Supply and Summit Auto Brokers. Greg has served on a variety of non-profit boards, is a founding member and past Chairman of the InnovAge Foundation and has served on the InnovAge corporate board. Greg currently serves on the Boards of RCLC Homeowners Association and Southwest Baptist Church. He has served as a member of the Minority Businessman’s Roundtable, as United Way Section Chair for fundraising, as a volunteer at Johnson Adult Day Program and as Director of Foreign Missions for his church. In his role as Director of International Service for Lakewood Foothills Rotary Club, its “Rotary for Mexico” earthquake relief project was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. This project organized the shipment of 33 train cars of donated hospital equipment from Colorado and surrounding States to Mexico City, in response to the devastating earthquake in 1985. Greg’s other volunteer work has included teaching seminars in “Healthy Community”, “Entrepreneurship”, “Business Planning” and “Business Ethics” in Argentina, China, Denmark, India, Mexico and Sweden.

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Randy McCall

Randy has over 35 years of experience in the banking and business industry. He is currently executive director of the Minority Business Development Agency-Denver Business Center. He has an Accounting degree and his C.P.A. license. He serves on several nonprofit boards including Archway Housing Services, Brother’s Redevelopment, The Mountain Plains Minority Supplier Development Council, Adams County Youth Initiative, and A Precious Child. He is also the President of the Community Services Advisory Board in Adams County. In his role Randy has not only solicited grants from non-profits, but scored and funded them as well.

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Benjamin Moultrie

Ben is an active volunteer and advocate for issues relating to aging. Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper appointed him to the Strategic Action Planning Group on Aging, and he volunteers as a legislative advocate and executive council member for AARP Colorado. Ben is retired following a 35-year professional career that included positions related to space systems technology research and development, systems engineering and financial services.

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Gilbert 'Bo' Ortiz

Bo is the Pueblo County Clerk & Recorder, where he manages 43 employees in four county departments. He also has a 22-year track record as a successful small business owner and the Latino Chamber of Commerce Pueblo recognized his company as the Small Business of the Decade.

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Tim Owen

Tim is a Director, Commercial Operations for Biodesix, a fully integrated molecular diagnostic start-up in Boulder, CO. Prior to Biodesix, Tim was a Vice President of Operations for Bioscrip, a comprehensive provider of home infusion and home care pharmacy solutions. Prior to this role, Tim worked for Byram Healthcare, a national leader in disposable medical supplies as the Controller. Tim has an undergraduate degree from St Leo University, Masters of Finance from University of Denver and MBA from University of Southern California, Los Angeles.

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Jeremy Schupbach

Jeremy is the Director of Legislative Relations for the Colorado Bar Association, where he uses his lobbying and advocacy skills to aggressively pursue the organization’s legislative priorities. Additionally, he serves on the board of directors of Dental Lifeline Network, is a public policy committee member of the Colorado Nonprofit Association and is a former board member of the Colorado Alliance for Health and Independence.

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Lynn Taussig, M.D.

Lynn is a highly respected healthcare expert whose career has spanned patient care, teaching, clinical research and administration, including in the areas of aging. He is the former president and CEO of National Jewish Health, and currently serves as a special advisor to the Provost for Life Sciences at the University of Denver. Over the course of his career, he has volunteered with nearly two dozen nonprofit organizations in the Denver area ranging from Colorado Concern to Parkinson Association of the Rockies to Mile High United Way.

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