Board of Directors

  • Ryan Griego – President

    Ryan Griego – President
    Ryan is the Senior Vice President and Portfolio Manager for Morgan Stanley. He has served on the boards of Pueblo Community College Foundation (Board President), CASA of Pueblo, United Way and St. Mary Corwin Foundation. In 2005, Ryan was awarded the Volunteer of the Year for the Latino Chamber of Commerce. He was named to Morgan Stanley’s Century Club in 2015, recognizing the firm’s elite advisors. Ryan is a Pueblo native (Central 93′) and married to his wife Amanda (East 94′) with three boys Jake, Brady and Luke.
  • Jonna Adamich – Vice Chair

    Jonna Adamich – Vice Chair
    Jonna Lee Adamich, a Pueblo native, is a retired Office Manager with strong organizational skills. She has been a volunteer for many years and feels it is an important responsibility to give back to those less fortunate. She would like to help contribute to bring about positive change in our community, and feels that Posada is doing that every day. She is dedicated to her three children, five grandchildren and their families. She feels strong family ties nurture and heal the soul.
  • Donald Prose – Emeritus Board Member

    Donald Prose – Emeritus Board Member
    Don has been a long time board member and has lent his vast experience in social service work and development experience to Posada during some of the agency’s toughest times. Don has a BA in Philosophy and a Master’s in Education. He was ordained a priest in 1961 and served parishes and social service agencies in Denver and Littleton. Don was a Nursing Home Administrator in Monte Vista, CO from 1975 to 1983 and formed Pro-Vin Enterprises, Inc. 1983 to the present. Additionally Don was the owner/operator Sharmar Nursing Center, Pueblo, CO from 1983 to1995 and the owner/operator of Spectrum Community Services, LLC. Pueblo, CO from 1983 to 2001. Don has worked with Developmentally Disabled Persons, placing them in foster care setting throughout the State and developed a software charting system. Don and his amazing wife Marie take part in Posada’s events along with their children and grandchildren and are proud supporters of Posada.
  • Krissy Valdez – Secretary

    Krissy Valdez – Secretary
    Krissy Valdez began her career with the Colorado Department of Corrections in July 1997. She has promoted from officer to Sergeant and now is an operations Lieutenant. Krissy is a credentialed Trainer for the department and enjoys instructing new staff when able. Krissy has earned a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a Master’s Degree in Counseling from Adams State University. Krissy served as Treasurer for the Colorado Criminal Justice Association (CCJA) for five years and was also the Registration Chair for The National Women Working in Corrections and Juvenile Justice Conference in 2010. Krissy was honored to be the Colorado Department of Corrections Employee of Year 2001/2002. She currently is a member of the Pueblo Business Women, who meet monthly to network, support and discuss each other’s businesses. Krissy also is a backup volunteer site coordinator for Bountiful Baskets in Pueblo West. Krissy was born and raised in Pueblo, only leaving for a brief period to go to college. She strives to give back to her community the way her grandmother, Demi Valdez, did for many years. Although her grandmother passed away, Krissy works hard to be like her mentor, role model and her angel every day. Krissy spends her free time running, walking, hiking and enjoying the beautiful Colorado weather with her husband and their dogs. She also enjoys watching her two nephews in all their sporting events and proudly calls herself a Centennial Bulldog Aunt.
  • Harold Moore

    Harold Moore
    Harold Moore comes to Posada as a seasoned volunteer and a true Pueblo and American Patriot. Harold served his County in Vietnam and continued to work for the Department of State after his tour of duty. He has spent countless hours serving Pueblo nonprofits, a few include “The Boys and Girls Club, Sacred Heart YMCA, Nature Center, Pueblo Community Soup Kitchen and the Cooperative Care Center. At all the agencies, Harold held leadership positions at all the agencies and received many awards including Volunteer of the Year for the Domestic Violence Task Force in 2005. Posada is lucky to have him as consistent volunteer for Posada’s Moving UP Youth Center. Harold is always willing to step in and make sure that operations run smoothly. When Harold is not at Posada he is an avid fan and supporter and advocate of local youth sports teams. He keeps the staff aware of events at the Center for American Values and supports many groups that provide assistance for Veterans in our community.
  • Cassy Gibbons

    Cassy Gibbons
    I have been on the Board of Directors for Posada since March 2015. I have been married to my husband, Shawn Gibbons, for six years and I have two beautiful children. I have an Associates of Science Degree, and am currently in the Surgical Technology program through Pueblo Community College. I’m also a waitress at my family’s restaurant The Sunset Inn. Along with my schooling, job and family, I am a cheerleading coach at Pueblo West High School. I love to stay busy and am constantly on the go, but I’m always wanting to make a difference in other people’s lives. I began working with Posada many years ago during Christmas time. My family and I would raise money for the children in Posada’s programs to buy gifts for them for Christmas. We have been raising money and buying gifts for many years but I wanted to do more. Being on the Board of Directors is the perfect opportunity to stay involved. I love all the things I am involved in and always want to continue to do more.
  • Gil Orr – Emeritus Board Member

    Gil Orr – Emeritus Board Member
    Gil Orr, an Associate Professor of Mathematics, retired from active teaching at CSU-P in May of 2006. He served the department of Mathematics as chairman for ten years. Since retirement he has been active as a tutor for both university and high school students. This past year he has volunteered time during three days a week tutoring students at Liberty Point International Middle School in Pueblo West. Gil’s educational path includes a B.A. in Mathematics from St. John’s University, Collegeville, Minnesota, and both a Master of Science degree and a Phd. degree in Mathematics from the University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida. His teaching career was spent at the University of Nairobi, Nairobi, Kenya; the University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida; and the University of Southern Colorado (now named CSU-P). A member of Posada’s original board, Gil has served two stints on the board, the first for eight years and more recently for the past six years. During his time on the board he has often served as treasurer of the board. In his retirement Gil has found happiness by serving as a volunteer resort host at Winter Park Ski Resort. He has done so for the last nine years. Gil sings tenor voice in the St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church choir. He serves his parish family as a cantor, a lector, a Eucharistic minister, a member of the Parish Pastoral Council, and on the Activities committee. Gil sits on the Diocesan Foundation Board, having served for the past four years. An avid traveler, he has visited 36 countries on 5 continents, 47 state, Puerto Rico, and the American Virgin Islands. Other interests include bridge, horseback riding, camping, and cooking. “I make delicious deserts, cakes pies, cookies and panna cotta.”
  • Juila Vean – Emeritus Board Member

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  • Angie Madic – Emeritus Board Member

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  • Rose Romero – Emeritus Board Member

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  • Zolanye McCulley

    Zolanye McCulley
    Zolanye is a Pueblo native, graduating from Central High School in 2009. She attended Colorado State University- Ft. Collins earning her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a concentration in organizational management and innovation and an emphasis in human resources in 2013. During her time at CSU- Ft. Collins she studied international business abroad at Florida State University in Panama Republic de Panama. Zolanye currently works in the family business, Angelus Chapel Funeral Directors in Public Relations. She is currently finishing up her nursing degree from CSU-Pueblo, with hopes of commencing in May 2018. She serves on the Board of Directors for Pueblo Central High School Foundation, is a member of the St. Joseph’s CCW, and is a member of the Pi Beta Phi Alumni- Pueblo Chapter. Zolanye’s love for Posada, stems from her beloved grandmother Petra Gonzalez de McCulley who served as a longtime member of the Posada Board of Directors. Zolanye can recall the many years of spending her birthday at the Annual Homeless Memorial Picnic. She cherishes that experience very much and is impassioned with the need to “Pay it Forward” derived from her Grandmother’s dedication to her community. She is very proud to help with the Petra McCulley Memorial Remembrance Picnic and Take Care Fair hosted by Posada. She is extremely excited to serve Posada as a board member. In Zolanye’s spare time she enjoys time with her family, friends, and dogs Beya and Lola.

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