Greenwood Board

Greenwood Wildlife Board of Directors

Raccoon in tree

Kathy Lockhart, CPA, CGMA, President

Kathy works as the Vice President-Controller at Noodles & Company in Broomfield.  She graduated from Western State Colorado University in Gunnison and was a member of the Women’s Basketball team for all 4 years, as well as being Academic All-American.  She has spent the majority of her career in the retail and restaurant industry.  Kathy has previously served on nonprofit boards including Excel Academy, Ralston Valley PTSA and is currently the treasurer of the Noodles & Company Foundation.  She is passionate about being a mom, her many pets and being able to help rescued animals in her role on the Greenwood Board.

Candice Emerson, Vice President

Candice is the General Manager for P.N. Eklund Interests, a commercial real-estate company, located in Downtown Boulder. She began volunteering with Greenwood Wildlife in 2013 after attempting to rescue an injured pelican found near her home in north-west Longmont and discovered the center.   Greenwoods work and its people instantly inspired and excited her.  She has a love for all things winged and four legged and a deep desire to help in any way she can.  Her volunteer experiences with Greenwood have grown a passion not only for the critters it serves but for the centers entire mission.  This is her first experience on a Board of Directors and she hopes to both contribute and learn a great deal.

Jennifer Snowden, CPA, Treasurer

Jennifer works as a Tax Manager for Mark Carson and the Boulder CPA Group.  It is through Mark’s support of Greenwood Wildlife that she came to learn about the center.  Jennifer was born and raised in a small town in Iowa and comes from a line of Midwestern farmers, teachers and engineers.  She has always had respect for wildlife and a love for all animals, as well as a history of volunteering for various organizations.  She made Colorado her home in 2004 and has no plans to leave.  Jennifer is very much looking forward to using her past experiences and current network to help Greenwood progress and thrive.  In her spare time, she enjoys sports and being active outdoors with her two dogs.

Sareena Enloe, DVM, Secretary

Dr. Sareena Enloe is a Relief Veterinarian in Denver and the surrounding areas. She graduated from the University of Florida, College of Veterinary Medicine, after which she participated in an exotics only internship in Seattle, WA. She then relocated to the beautiful foothills of Colorado to continue helping the types of animals that often remain misunderstood. She was originally introduced to wildlife rehabilitation through volunteer efforts with Second Chance Wildlife Center in Maryland. During veterinary school, she participated in Operation Catnip, Disaster Response Training, and was an active member of the Public Health Club. She also works with The Gabriel Foundation to provide veterinary care to their large and lovely flock of birds. Currently, Dr. Enloe is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Association of Avian Veterinarians, the Association of Reptilian and Amphibian Veterinarians, and the Association of Exotic Mammal Veterinarians. Dr. Enloe welcomes the opportunity to give back to the community and the wild animals that are often voiceless and vulnerable.

Chelsea Barrett, Member

Chelsea was born and raised in California. Her love of skiing and the outdoors brought her to Boulder in 2010 where she attended the University of Colorado. She graduated with a dual degree in Advertising and Sociology in 2014. Though she loves her hometown in California, she blames Chief Niwot and the amazing Boulder community for keeping her here. She has fallen in love with Boulder and is not going anywhere soon. Chelsea is a professional in the marketing and communications field and leverages this experience for her volunteer work with Greenwood. When she isn’t busy having fun around downtown Boulder or enjoying the local farmers market, Chelsea enjoys rock climbing, yoga, camping, cooking, and spending as much time as possible with her kitty sidekick, Mimosa. Her serious passion for animals spurred an interest in Greenwood, and she loves having the opportunity to help out our furry and feathered friends through her involvement.

D. Mathew Blackburn, Member

Mat runs his own law firm, The Law Office of D. Mathew Blackburn, which specializes in Tax, Business, and Estate Planning. He acquired his BBA from Mississippi State University, a law degree from Valparaiso University School of Law and a Masters of Laws in Taxation from the University of Denver. Greenwood is Mathew’s first nonprofit board position.

Caroline Bushnell, Member

Caroline is the Director of Marketing for Celestial Seasonings.  Born in Boulder, but raised on the east coast, she initially found her way back to Colorado to study at the University of Colorado at Boulder. After graduating with a B.S. in Business Administration and Finance, Caroline worked in finance for Janus Capital Group.  A burgeoning interest in marketing brought her to New York where she worked in marketing for Moët Hennessy, a division of LVMH.  The opportunity to grow her marketing career in the natural foods industry led her back home to Boulder. Caroline loves animals and believes they deserve to be treated with the utmost respect and care.  She is a passionate animal welfare advocate and is honored to work in support of Greenwood’s mission.  Caroline has also volunteered at various animal rescues and shelters over the past 15 years. In her free time, she can be found enjoying Colorado’s great outdoor lifestyle with her partner Tom and their rescued golden retriever, Mochi.

Amy Driver,  Member

Amy is the Branch Manager for First National Bank in Boulder and has been with the bank for 12 years.  She was born in raised in Boulder County.  Amy previously served as a board member for the Young Philanthropist Project for Adams and Broomfield County. She currently lives in Broomfield with her husband and daughter and is looking forward to supporting Greenwood’s Mission and giving back to the community.

Ken Forman, Member

Ken is currently Director of North American Project Management for Dassault Systemes.  Hailing from California, Ken, his wife Sharon and their two children fell for the allure of the Colorado mountains and relocated to Boulder County in 1998. With a BS in Computer Science from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and an MBA from CU, Ken has held operations management positions in software and life sciences companies for 30 years.  When not at work, Ken can be found chasing after his two adopted greyhounds or wandering around with a camera in his hands. Ken loves all things animal, and enjoys helping Greenwood as both a volunteer photographer and board member.

Dara Miles, Member

Dara is a Kansas native and would have landed in Colorado sooner but for some extended detours in Texas and New York. She received her Juris Doctor degree from the University of Kansas, where she met her husband, Robin, also a lawyer. Dara practiced law in Houston for more than a decade before quitting to devote more time to their daughter, Meredith, and to her volunteer work. When the family moved to New York City, Dara earned a Master’s in Journalism from Columbia University, then worked as a freelance investigative journalist for The New York Times for two years. She now splits her time between Boulder and the Big Apple, where Robin counts the years until he can retire and join her full-time in Colorado. In the warmer months Dara serves as a volunteer at Greenwood, feeding birds and squirrels and mucking out raccoon cages, and she rock climbs every chance she gets. Winter finds her in New York, where she volunteers in the butterfly vivarium at the American Museum of Natural History and ice climbs in the Catskills and Adirondacks. In between her two home bases are 1,800 miles of bad road, which she drives twice a year because she refuses to put her 5-year-old rescue dog in the cargo hold of a commercial jet.

Jenny Roe, Member

Born and raised in Richmond, Virginia, Jenny enjoyed a childhood surrounded by cats, dogs, birds, hermit crabs, rabbits, and a visiting turtle named Aesop. Time for college came soon enough and Jenny obtained a BA in Health Administration from Mary Baldwin College and a Master’s of Health Administration from Virginia Commonwealth University. During her career in hospital administration in Richmond, Jenny reached a fork in the road at which point she and her husband moved to Manhattan where they founded Taolchemy Records, an Irish music record label. After a few years in the Big Apple, they were ready to pioneer West toward wide open spaces, fresh air, and nature at its best. Jenny then pursued another of her interests and graduated from the Chef Track program at Boulder’s Auguste Escoffier School of Culinary Arts. It wasn’t until a few years later that Jenny finally discovered Greenwood and fell in love with their work, their mission, and their commitment to wildlife. When Jenny isn’t at Greenwood volunteering with love, she’s spending time with her husband, Parker, and her furry and feathered children. They can also be found in Belize where they have a small home in the jungle, allowing her endless opportunities to indulge her insatiable passions for all things birds, Belizean cuisine, and the ancient Maya. Here she can support nature and habitat conservation efforts such as The Belize Zoo & Tropical Education Center, Belize Bird Rescue, Belmopan Humane Society, and the Scarlet Six Biomonitoring Team.

 Cindy Yeast, Member

Currently an independent communications consultant, Cindy Yeast has more than 25 years of experience creating, implementing, and managing successful communications programs for numerous national organizations, including environmental and health care NGOs, associations, and foundations. Cindy grew up in Texas and Louisiana, and relocated to Denver after graduating from college. She later moved to DC where she started her career in communications. Always wanting to return to Colorado, Cindy finally did so in 2010 after a 25-year absence and is very happy to be back. Animals have always been an important part of her life, and upon her return, she became active as a volunteer with the Denver Zoo, Colorado Parks & Wildlife, Wild BIRD, and Greenwood. Willing to try to catch any animal that needs help, a particular skill she has developed is “goose-catching.” She has had some very memorable encounters with both geese and people during these rescues.