Our Board

Stacie Cowell joined the Girls on the Run board in 2021. She is a Senior Vice President, Portfolio Manager at First Western Trust. In this role, she manages client investment portfolios and provides long term financial planning and wealth management. Stacie has been in the investment management business for over 20 years, managing primarily institutional portfolios. She earned a Masters in Finance from the University of Colorado and a Bachelors in Economics from Colgate University. She also holds the Chartered Financial Analyst, CFA designation. Stacie has 2 children who are active in sports. She believes athletics and physical fitness are important means to building kids’ self confidence.

Carli FranksCarli Franks joined the Board of Directors in 2020 after serving as a member of the Associate Board for over four years. She currently works for PAIRIN in Denver as their Director of Marketing & Communications. With more than 10 years of experience in marketing, communications, and event planning, Carli has helped launch, develop, and grow brands from national non-profits to billion-dollar investment firms to international associations. She also serves as President of her college Alumni Board and on the Board of Trustees at North Central College in Illinois where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Organizational Communications and a minor in Organizational Leadership.

Kathleen GreenburgKathleen Greenburg joined the Girls on the run of the Rockies Board in 2019. Kathleen currently works for FirstBank. Her career with the company spans over 22 years. During her tenure, she has served as FirstBank’s first Software Quality Assurance Analyst and held roles including Software Quality Assurance and Test Automation Manager, DevOps Manager, and FirstBank’s first female Information Technology Director. She continues to serve as an IT Director managing the company’s Software Delivery Teams and as a Sponsor on the Women in Technology Employee Resource Group. Outside of work, Kathleen enjoys spending time with her supportive husband and family, volunteering, teaching and coaching others.

Stacey Hawes joined the Girls on the Run of the RocStacey Haweskies Board in 2020. She is President of Epsilon’s Data Practice where she is responsible for leading a large team that helps brands create omni-channel marketing strategies that drive business growth for their clients. Stacey has spent over 20 years helping advertisers leverage direct marketing to drive their brands success. Stacey holds an MBA from the University of Louisville. She lives in Denver with her husband and children, Ben and Georgia (who participated in Girls on the Run while attending St. Vincent DePaul). Stacey was previously on the Board of Directors for Denver Urban Scholars (now Denver Kids) and launched a Women in Leadership initiative at Epsilon in 2018 that serves over 1,500 women across the globe. She is passionate about helping girls and women find their voice and confidence to be their best and break the glass ceiling.

Dave LickoDave Licko was formerly the CFO of the Denver Post and the Rocky Mountain News. Currently, he has his own CFO consulting firm. Dave has served on the Mile High United Way Board and the Board of the Children’s Museum.  Originally from Iowa, he continues to be a fan of the University of Iowa Hawkeyes. Dave and his wife live in southwest Denver and they have two grown kids and 4 grandkids. Dave joined the Girls on the Run of the Rockies Board in 2019.

Alison Moy

Alison Moy has built her career in the technology sector and is currently at Pluto TV where she is responsible for driving the product strategy, vision, and overall user experience. As a diversity and inclusion leader, she has served as President of the DISH Women’s Network since 2018 which aims to empower women through providing training, networking, and mentorship opportunities. Alison has grown the Network to 1,500 members across the U.S. and expanded its mission to create an inclusive work environment, recognizing the importance of driving equality for women and all underrepresented groups. She joined the Girls on the Run of the Rockies Board in January 2021 and is excited to both contribute to and learn from the successes of the program, all to empower the next generation of leaders.

Jenny Scholes joined the Girls on the RJenny Scholesun of the Rockies board in 2021.  In 2006, she founded Scholes Insurance, which offers advisory services and carefully crafted solutions to meet the unique risk profile of discerning individuals, families and businesses.  Jenny is a Denver native and graduate of Emory University, where she earned her degree in Economics.  She is an avid runner, ballet barre enthusiast and loves supporting and sharing in her children’s passion for sports.

Amy Stettner has been involved with educating children academically and athletically for her entire career.  She began her career as a teacher in 1997.  She taught Pre-School for over nine years in the Denver Community.  She served as a Board member for the Denver Kids Board from 2008 through 2011.  Denver Kids mentors and empowers students to successfully complete High School and continues mentoring Post-Education Opportunities.

Amy successfully helped start and continues working with the Mustang Sports Club, a Club focused on after school athletics helping young students learn Lacrosse.  The Club is for all kids, boys, and girls, from any Denver/suburban communities for ages 5 to 14.

In 2018 Amy began coaching her daughter’s Girls on the Run Team as the head Coach from 2018 through 2020.  In 2021 she joined the Girls on the Run organization as a Board Member, she hopes to bring her experience as a school teacher and athletic mentor to help the organization continue to empower so many young girls.

Amy holds an undergrad Bachelor of Science Education Degree from Colorado State University.  Along with her many volunteer jobs, Amy and her husband Rob enjoy raising their four children, three boys, and a girl.  Her daughter has always been involved in Girls on the Run during elementary school and all of her children play Lacrosse.  As you can imagine, running comes naturally to everyone in the family.

Esperanza WardroupEsperanza-Wardroup is a high-energy Colorado native with a passion for helping others. With many years of experience in the real estate industry, she spends time in residential, new construction and commercial – and has found that her first love is helping people make Denver area moves and investments. Esperanza started her real estate journey in 2000, and currently works with Keller Williams Realty DTC, LLC. She looks forward to using her marketing expertise, development, and implementation of sales strategies and most importantly client relationships to help grow Girls on the Run Rockies.

Esperanza joined the Girls on the Run Rockies Board in 2021 and was an Associate Board member in 2019 and 2020. She looks forward to her continued partnership in this program which offers encouragement and confidence to our youth.