Officers

Kevin Ellis earned his Masters in Computer Information Systems from the University of Denver and his MBA from the University of Colorado. His career has spanned everything from the public DOD sector to large private companies, and he now focuses on entrepreneurial endeavors and the synthesis of technology and business. Born in Hawaii and raised in Colorado, Kevin likes to spend his spare time on CrossFit, biking, and immersing himself in the beautiful Colorado outdoors with his husband Drew.

Kevin Ellis earned his Masters in Computer Information Systems from the University of Denver and his MBA from the University of Colorado. His career has spanned everything from the public DOD sector to large private companies, and he now focuses on entrepreneurial endeavors and the synthesis of technology and business. Born in Hawaii and raised in Colorado, Kevin likes to spend his spare time on CrossFit, biking, and immersing himself in the beautiful Colorado outdoors with his husband Drew.

President

Kevin Ellis

(he/him/his)
May 2016 to May 2018
kellis@outboulder.org

 
Lori is a Boulder native and a CU graduate. She is married and a proud parent. She retired after 30 years as an IT Executive and now enjoys spending time with her family, dogs, hiking outdoors, photography and music. She served for many years on the Open Door Advisory Committee and joined the Out Boulder Board in 2017. She has been an active volunteer for 40 years and believes strongly in giving back to the community.

Lori is a Boulder native and a CU graduate. She is married and a proud parent. She retired after 30 years as an IT Executive and now enjoys spending time with her family, dogs, hiking outdoors, photography and music. She served for many years on the Open Door Advisory Committee and joined the Out Boulder Board in 2017. She has been an active volunteer for 40 years and believes strongly in giving back to the community.

Secretary

Lori Dumler

(she/her/hers)
May 2017 to May 2019
ldumler@outboulder.org

 
Ms. Martin is an attorney with over 20 years of legal experience and is the founding Partner in Martin Law Office LLC a Boulder law firm. At Martin Law Office LLC, Jodi serves the legal needs of the people of Boulder County and the Front Range in areas including estate planning, probate, family law, employment discrimination, and wrongful termination matters. Jodi focuses her energy and legal experience on legal matters impacting the LGBTQ community, their allies, and individuals impacted by HIV. Jodi is also active in her community, to include serving on the Out Boulder County Board, participating in Boulder County Senior Law Day, and serving a six-year term on the 20th Judicial District Nominating Commission. As a member of the Out Boulder County Board, Jodi served one year as a member, then two years as Vice-President, two years as President of the Board, and is now serving one year as President Emeritus.

Ms. Martin is an attorney with over 20 years of legal experience and is the founding Partner in Martin Law Office LLC a Boulder law firm. At Martin Law Office LLC, Jodi serves the legal needs of the people of Boulder County and the Front Range in areas including estate planning, probate, family law, employment discrimination, and wrongful termination matters. Jodi focuses her energy and legal experience on legal matters impacting the LGBTQ community, their allies, and individuals impacted by HIV. Jodi is also active in her community, to include serving on the Out Boulder County Board, participating in Boulder County Senior Law Day, and serving a six-year term on the 20th Judicial District Nominating Commission. As a member of the Out Boulder County Board, Jodi served one year as a member, then two years as Vice-President, two years as President of the Board, and is now serving one year as President Emeritus.

President Emeritus

Jodi Martin

(she/her/hers)
Feb. 2013 to Feb. 2019
jmartin@outboulder.org

 
Krishna Pattisapu earned her PhD in Culture and Communication in 2014 from the University of Denver. Her research and activism center around the lived experiences of queer and trans people of color. Krishna works as Director of Diversity Recruitment and Retention in the School of Education at the University of Colorado Boulder. Krishna loves to volunteer with LGBTQIA youth. She has taught and supported first-generation students, LGBTQIA students, and students of color for almost seven years. Born and raised in southern Illinois, Krishna spends her spare time seeking opportunities to interact with cats, make art, and learn new things.

Krishna Pattisapu earned her PhD in Culture and Communication in 2014 from the University of Denver. Her research and activism center around the lived experiences of queer and trans people of color. Krishna works as Director of Diversity Recruitment and Retention in the School of Education at the University of Colorado Boulder. Krishna loves to volunteer with LGBTQIA youth. She has taught and supported first-generation students, LGBTQIA students, and students of color for almost seven years. Born and raised in southern Illinois, Krishna spends her spare time seeking opportunities to interact with cats, make art, and learn new things.

Vice President

Krishna Pattisapu

(she/her/hers)
Jan. 2017 to Jan. 2019
kpattisapu@outboulder.org

 
Originally from California, Ravyn has called Colorado home for over 20 years. Currently residing in Longmont, Ravyn is a proud parent, photography enthusiast, and works as an Operations and Program manager. As an out and proud Trans Masculine individual, Ravyn is active in the Trans community serving as a peer facilitator and a member of the Trans Steering Committee in addition to his duties as Board Treasurer.

Originally from California, Ravyn has called Colorado home for over 20 years. Currently residing in Longmont, Ravyn is a proud parent, photography enthusiast, and works as an Operations and Program manager. As an out and proud Trans Masculine individual, Ravyn is active in the Trans community serving as a peer facilitator and a member of the Trans Steering Committee in addition to his duties as Board Treasurer.

Treasurer

W. Ravyn Wayne

(he/him/his)
Jan. 2015 to Jan. 2020
rwayne@outboulder.org

Members

Jennifer Caracciolo has held key roles in several of Colorado’s top technology companies recognized for innovation and workplace culture. Jennifer joined Seagate Technology as Global Director of Human Resources late in 2016. She brings extensive global human resources experience, working for innovative IT and storage companies such as Sun Microsystems, Lockheed Martin and StorageTek, and most recently SolidFire, which was acquired by NetApp. Jennifer has developed and implemented a broad spectrum of human resources strategies and programs and has led several M&A people integrations and transitions. In her work and in life, Jennifer is committed to raising awareness on LGBTQ issues and standing up for equality.

Jennifer Caracciolo has held key roles in several of Colorado’s top technology companies recognized for innovation and workplace culture. Jennifer joined Seagate Technology as Global Director of Human Resources late in 2016. She brings extensive global human resources experience, working for innovative IT and storage companies such as Sun Microsystems, Lockheed Martin and StorageTek, and most recently SolidFire, which was acquired by NetApp. Jennifer has developed and implemented a broad spectrum of human resources strategies and programs and has led several M&A people integrations and transitions. In her work and in life, Jennifer is committed to raising awareness on LGBTQ issues and standing up for equality.

Jennifer Caracciolo

(she/her/hers)
Jan. 2017 to Jan. 2019
jcaracciolo@outboulder.org

 
Miranda Encina (They/them/theirs, She/her/hers) is a Two-Spirit/Queer Xicanx, born and raised in Boulder Colorado with Indigenous roots from Apache and Navajo ancestry. Miranda graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Colorado Boulder double majoring in Ethnic Studies and Sociology. Their research focused on Intergenerational resistance and trauma within Xicana communities, utilizing Queer Xicana theories of decolonization. Miranda has volunteered at local organizations such as Blue Sky Bridge, Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence (SPAN), as well as dedicated their time to be a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) and participated in the Denver chapter of INCITE! Women of Color Against Violence. Miranda worked at Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence with survivors of domestic violence as the crisis line advocate/Volunteer manager then transitioned into the Emergency Shelter Program Director. During their time with SPAN they collaborated with multiple community organization and also facilitated trainings focused on Client defined advocacy, intersectional oppression and social justice. Miranda has led Indigenous traditional ceremonies and womyn talking circles. Their passion for activism and community healing drives their journey.

Miranda Encina (They/them/theirs, She/her/hers) is a Two-Spirit/Queer Xicanx, born and raised in Boulder Colorado with Indigenous roots from Apache and Navajo ancestry. Miranda graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Colorado Boulder double majoring in Ethnic Studies and Sociology. Their research focused on Intergenerational resistance and trauma within Xicana communities, utilizing Queer Xicana theories of decolonization. Miranda has volunteered at local organizations such as Blue Sky Bridge, Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence (SPAN), as well as dedicated their time to be a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) and participated in the Denver chapter of INCITE! Women of Color Against Violence. Miranda worked at Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence with survivors of domestic violence as the crisis line advocate/Volunteer manager then transitioned into the Emergency Shelter Program Director. During their time with SPAN they collaborated with multiple community organization and also facilitated trainings focused on Client defined advocacy, intersectional oppression and social justice. Miranda has led Indigenous traditional ceremonies and womyn talking circles. Their passion for activism and community healing drives their journey.

Miranda Encina

(they/them & She/her)
sept. 2018 to sept. 2020
mencina@outboulder.org

 
Kaylin Gray, Ph.D. is a consulting psychologist dedicated to leveraging qualitative and quantitative research to create more impactful nonprofit organizations, teams and projects. Since earning her doctorate in social & organizational psychology from Columbia University, Kaylin has specialized in organization effectiveness studies, group process consulting for leadership teams and outcome research. She is also a committed and strategic donor, volunteer and social impact angel investor. In all her endeavors, Kaylin is an impassioned diversity, equity and inclusivity advocate. She was born and raised in Minnesota, and lived in New York City and Portland, Oregon before moving to Colorado in 2003. Kaylin and her wife, Kimala, are the grateful parents of three amazing daughters.

Kaylin Gray, Ph.D. is a consulting psychologist dedicated to leveraging qualitative and quantitative research to create more impactful nonprofit organizations, teams and projects. Since earning her doctorate in social & organizational psychology from Columbia University, Kaylin has specialized in organization effectiveness studies, group process consulting for leadership teams and outcome research. She is also a committed and strategic donor, volunteer and social impact angel investor. In all her endeavors, Kaylin is an impassioned diversity, equity and inclusivity advocate. She was born and raised in Minnesota, and lived in New York City and Portland, Oregon before moving to Colorado in 2003. Kaylin and her wife, Kimala, are the grateful parents of three amazing daughters.

Kaylin Gray

(she/her/hers)
Dec. 2018 to Dec. 2020
kgray@outboulder.org

Fiona Martin is a Marketing Director of Global Alliances at Salesforce, a cloud computing company based in San Francisco, CA. Prior to this,Fiona was a Sr. Director of Marketing for C3 IoT, an Internet of Things startup based in Silicon Valley, CA. She has also held senior positions at ABB and Oracle, all focused on high-tech software marketing.  Fiona is on the National Leadership Council for the National Center for Lesbian Rights (NCLR). She has also served on the One Colorado Board of Directors and the Human Rights Campaign Board of Governors.  When Fiona is not working, she enjoys time with her two children and family, running half marathons, travel, outdoor exploring and having a great time with friends.  Fiona has two B.A. degrees, in Political Philosophy and Economics from The Ohio State University and an Masters in Science in Telecommunications.  She lives in North Boulder.

Fiona Martin is a Marketing Director of Global Alliances at Salesforce, a cloud computing company based in San Francisco, CA. Prior to this,Fiona was a Sr. Director of Marketing for C3 IoT, an Internet of Things startup based in Silicon Valley, CA. She has also held senior positions at ABB and Oracle, all focused on high-tech software marketing.

Fiona is on the National Leadership Council for the National Center for Lesbian Rights (NCLR). She has also served on the One Colorado Board of Directors and the Human Rights Campaign Board of Governors.

When Fiona is not working, she enjoys time with her two children and family, running half marathons, travel, outdoor exploring and having a great time with friends.

Fiona has two B.A. degrees, in Political Philosophy and Economics from The Ohio State University and an Masters in Science in Telecommunications.

She lives in North Boulder.

Fiona Martin

(she/her/hers)
Oct. 2017 to Oct. 2019
fmartin@outboulder.org

 
My partner and I moved to Colorado from Ohio a little over three years. Making the move to Boulder has been an incredible exciting adventure. As the pieces of our new life have fallen into place, I found myself looking for opportunities to give back to the community we now call home. I was eager to find an organization and cause where I could be of benefit but also for which I have passion. My experience as a family physician led me to engage with an organization that supports and benefits people in a direct and meaningful way.     Coming out later in life was one of the most terrifying and best things I’ve ever done. It allowed me to move toward a more truly authentic life. I was fortunate that I was surrounded with understanding and support. I know that many are not as fortunate. I am excited to be working with an organization that provides a safe place and support to our diverse community. The programs and activities provided by Out Boulder County are essential to the health, well-being, and growth of Boulder County.

My partner and I moved to Colorado from Ohio a little over three years. Making the move to Boulder has been an incredible exciting adventure. As the pieces of our new life have fallen into place, I found myself looking for opportunities to give back to the community we now call home. I was eager to find an organization and cause where I could be of benefit but also for which I have passion. My experience as a family physician led me to engage with an organization that supports and benefits people in a direct and meaningful way.


Coming out later in life was one of the most terrifying and best things I’ve ever done. It allowed me to move toward a more truly authentic life. I was fortunate that I was surrounded with understanding and support. I know that many are not as fortunate. I am excited to be working with an organization that provides a safe place and support to our diverse community. The programs and activities provided by Out Boulder County are essential to the health, well-being, and growth of Boulder County.





Kevin Bundy

(he/him/his)
nov. 2018 to nov. 2020
kbundy@outboulder.org

Before moving to Boulder in the Summer of 2017, Kevin spent 15 years raising funds for underrepresented youth, putting arts in education and helping animals in need. He also sat on event committees for Equality Florida, the Gay Men's Chorus of the Palm Beaches & is a graduate of Leadership Palm Beach County Class of 2015. Kevin built many wonderful relationships within the community, through their trust in him and the charities he believed in. Since moving to Boulder Kevin started a new career as a Real Estate Agent with RE/MAX Alliance Boulder and is currently in the Leadership Fellows Class of 2019 through the Boulder Chamber & Community Foundation. In his free time Kevin hikes, skis, paints and loves anything outdoors. Kevin has been married to Patrick for three years and they have two labs, Gunner & Tucker, and two cats, Ajax & Rocky.

Before moving to Boulder in the Summer of 2017, Kevin spent 15 years raising funds for underrepresented youth, putting arts in education and helping animals in need. He also sat on event committees for Equality Florida, the Gay Men's Chorus of the Palm Beaches & is a graduate of Leadership Palm Beach County Class of 2015. Kevin built many wonderful relationships within the community, through their trust in him and the charities he believed in. Since moving to Boulder Kevin started a new career as a Real Estate Agent with RE/MAX Alliance Boulder and is currently in the Leadership Fellows Class of 2019 through the Boulder Chamber & Community Foundation. In his free time Kevin hikes, skis, paints and loves anything outdoors. Kevin has been married to Patrick for three years and they have two labs, Gunner & Tucker, and two cats, Ajax & Rocky.

Kevin Murray

(he/him/his)
Mar. 2019 to mar. 2021
kmurray@outboulder.org

Kyle is a fifth-generation Boulder Countian and a partner at the law firm Otten Johnson Robinson Neff & Ragonetti, P.C, where he practices commercial real estate law. He is a Boettcher Scholar and a “Double Buff,” earning both his undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Colorado. Kyle is also a Boulder County Leadership Fellows graduate and an adjunct professor at the University of Colorado Law School. In his spare time, Kyle reads, travels, enjoys time with with his wife, Lindsay, and is outside as much as possible—mostly on his road or mountain bike. Kyle and Lindsay live in Boulder with their kitty, Pippin, and dog, Gabby.

Kyle is a fifth-generation Boulder Countian and a partner at the law firm Otten Johnson Robinson Neff & Ragonetti, P.C, where he practices commercial real estate law. He is a Boettcher Scholar and a “Double Buff,” earning both his undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Colorado. Kyle is also a Boulder County Leadership Fellows graduate and an adjunct professor at the University of Colorado Law School. In his spare time, Kyle reads, travels, enjoys time with with his wife, Lindsay, and is outside as much as possible—mostly on his road or mountain bike. Kyle and Lindsay live in Boulder with their kitty, Pippin, and dog, Gabby.

Kyle Blackmer

(he/him/his)
June 2019 to june 2021
kmurray@outboulder.org

 

Youth Members

Morgan Martin

(she/her/hers)
March 2018 to March 2019
mmartin@outboulder.org

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