Rebecca Lavezzary, CHAIR
As Director of Marketing at Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture (BRS), Rebecca is primarily responsible for collaborating with the firm’s partners on strategic planning. She has 15 years of experience marketing in the A/E/C industry at both architecture and engineering firms. Rebecca spent her formative years in Colorado and New Mexico before relocating to the Big Apple after graduating from Colorado State University. She spent seven fast-paced years on the East Coast before returning to her more laid-back Colorado roots in search of a better work-life balance (which she definitely found at BRS!) and a nice place to raise her family. Rebecca and husband George are now proud parents to son GP, daughter Nora, puggle Clementine, and a lab/shepherd mix named Hardy. She is an avid Broncos fan on the weekends and an aspiring chef of Puerto Rican cuisine. Rebecca is also actively involved in the Society for Marketing Professional Services (SMPS) and currently serves as President-Elect for the Colorado chapter.
Giselle Cummings, VICE CHAIR
Giselle is a Denver native, Denver School of the Arts graduate and holds a B.A in Cultural Anthropology and International Studies from Pacific University. After living and teaching abroad in South Korea, she returned to Denver and started her nonprofit journey at Project VOYCE as the AmeriCorps VISTA. Giselle is thrilled to support Project VOYCE's work as a board member and is continually proud of the progress and change PV brings to the Mile High City. She currently works in marketing and fundraising at Asian Pacific Development Center.
Charles “Mike” Shoemaker, TREASURER
Mike is Vice President, Project Manager for US Bank responsible for the branches in the Central Denver District. Like many transplants, Mike grew up in Chicago while spending many vacations in the beautiful Rocky Mountains. So as soon as he graduated from the University of Illinois, he packed up and moved to Summit County. After spending a year working at Keystone Resort he decided the resort lifestyle was not for him, and moved to Denver to start his "real" career as a banker. At work, Mike's passion lies in creating future leaders for US Bank. When not working, Mike enjoys time at home in Parker with his wife Alexia and three children Alec, Jake, and Niko.
Harbandna Singh, Secretary
Harbandna, is a social media marketing, fundraising, and client management strategist who partners with non-profits, executives and tech entrepreneurs to grow their personal and professional brands A Canadian/Punjabi immigrant by birth, Harbandna has spent time working with various organizations across North America and India, working in reproductive health and justice, domestic workers rights, and with the First Nations People in Canada. She joined Project VOYCE a year ago and can’t wait to keep helping ht organization grow as much as she can!
In addition to her extensive membership building, retention, social media, and marketing experience, Harbandna is an avid hiker, camper, skier, and dog mom to 3 wonderful pups.
Kyle Zeppelin is President of Zeppelin Places, a recognized developer of innovative mixed use projects in the urban core of Denver. Over the last 40+ years, the company had a major role in transforming three key urban neighborhoods - LoDo, Golden Triangle and now RiNo- with catalytic projects and community involvement. Kyle and his company received recognition and multiple awards for TAXI—the re-purposed 20 acre former Yellow Cab terminal in the River North District (RiNo) of Denver. Among Kyle's signature projects is The Source, a new generation urban market completed in 2013. Set in an 25,000 sf 1880s former iron foundry, it includes some of the most accomplished artisan culinary groups in the region and is among the highest producing retail in the city. Construction is already underway on The Source Hotel and expanded market hall, which will further expand the scale and reach of The Source. Other recent projects in RiNo include Freight Residences--a new model for urban family housing and Gauge--a modern office/retail TOD at the new rail station in RiNo. Broader efforts in the community are focused on improving bikeability, walkability, and transit. Kyle's free time is spent with his wife Andra, a food writer, and two young daughters, Louise and Greta.
Brian Barhaugh, Co-Founder, Ex-Executive Director
Ben Kirshner, Faculty Director, CU Engage, Associate Professor of Education, CU Boulder
Nami Russsom, Senior Managing Director, Benefits & Compensation Partner, Teach for America National
Chloe Louvouezo, Communications Officer, U.S. Policy, Advocacy & Communications, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Zena Price-Broncucia, Project VOYCE Alumna
Rhonda Iris, Managing Director, Sustained Dialogue Institute
Youth Advisory Board
Savion Harris, PV Alumni
Katherine Aguilar, PV Alumni
Darell Burton, PV Alumni
Ajala Way, PV Alumni
Anayah Tora, PV Alumni
Nyna Moore, PV Alumni
Nancy Palacios, PV Alumni