We believe in the power of life experiences, ingenuity, generosity and community involvement.


We believe in the power of life experiences, ingenuity, generosity and community involvement.


We lead with our hearts and
our commitment to making a difference.

We are proud to have a diverse and committed leadership team and a staff of innovative and hard-working individuals dedicated to the betterment of our community.

Project Board

Liz Ullman

Project Board Chair

Liz is president of ViCom, Inc, a strategic communications company handling public information, advertising and market research. She began her career as the nation’s first full-time sports information director for women’s intercollegiate athletics with roles at Indiana University, The University of Iowa, and the University of Minnesota. Thanks to her passionate advocacy on behalf of military men and women and veterans, she successfully lobbied for stories in 60 Minutes and The New York Times regarding controversial military recruitment tactics.

Karen Newman

Project Board Member

Karen Newman is a past Professor and Dean of the University of Denver’s Daniels College of Business and was instrumental as early mission advisor for launching Boomers Leading Change. Before serving with DU, she held leadership positions at Georgetown University and the University of Richmond. Her expertise includes business ethics and international management, and she has published various articles on sustainable careers. Most recently, she served as a Board member for Colorado Public Radio.

Milroy "Roy"Alexander

Project Board Member

Currently a business consultant, Roy is the former Executive Director/CEO,
and Chief Financial Officer of Colorado Housing and Finance Authority (CHFA). Roy spent more than a decade as Audit Manager and CPA at the Touche Ross accounting firm and is a past owner of a Great American Chocolate Chip Cookie Company franchise. He is a graduate
of the Denver Metro
Chamber Foundation’s
Leadership Denver
program and serves on the boards
of Rose Community
Foundation, Urban League
of Metro Denver,
and the Metro State University of Denver President’s Community Advisory Council.

Dr. Barbara Reed

Project Board Member

Barbara is a dermatologist practicing at the Denver Skin Clinic and was an early supporter and advisor for the establishment of Boomers Leading Change. She has held various teaching positions at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center where she received her medical degree. In addition, she has served as President of the Denver Medical Society, a board member of the American Academy of Dermatology, and has been named Outstanding Clinical Physician by the University of Colorado Hospital Medical Staff.

Lucille Johnson Campbell

Project Board Member

Lucille is CEO of Affinity Consulting Services, LLC, which provides a wide range of services including community engagement, project management, community-based participatory research and health-related training. An advocate for mental health education for several decades, she retired as Operations Manager of Denver’s Center for African American Health in 2016. Lucille is a graduate of the Regional Institute for Health & Environmental Leadership Program, a recipient of the Denver Urban Spectrum’s African Americans Who Make a Difference Award, and the Bonfils-Stanton Foundation’s Livingston Fellowship Award.

Barbara Yondorf

Project Board Member

Barbara is president of Yondorf & Associates, a health policy consulting firm. Her areas of expertise include health policy research and analysis, feasibility studies, strategic planning, facilitation, legislative drafting and analysis, and grant writing and review. She is a Board member for the Mental Health Center of Denver, Center for African American Health, and Project Future Institute (K-12 education).


Phil Nash
Executive Director

Lorenzo Chavez
Digital Media Specialist

Austin George
Program Manager

Susan Kayler-Daley
Project Coordinator

Ellen Keckler
AmeriCorps Encore Member
Health Navigation Specialist

Marydean Purves
Change AGEnt Project Coordinator

Shannon Randall
Outreach and Training Manager

Merrie Reardon
AmeriCorps Program Administrator

Lynette Reiling
Volunteer Recruitment Manager

Contact Us

Boomers Leading Change in Health
South Cherry Street, Suite 840
Denver, CO 80246

303-426-6637 (4BOOMER)

Phil Nash

Executive Director