City Year Denver board
Local community and business leaders work together to advance our mission to ensure public schools are places all students can thrive.
Brian Sandy leads IMA Select, a national insurance advisor for businesses, individuals and families. Brian manages coverage responsibilities for successful individuals and families, property and casualty insurance for small businesses throughout the West and Midwest and the overall performance of this rapidly growing IMA subsidiary.
With over 18 years of management consulting experience, Sabah Cambrelen is a dynamic business leader. She has a proven ability to effectively direct the formulation and execution of new business strategies and reengineering projects to achieve organizational imperatives.
Michelle DeVoe’s practice focuses on environmental litigation, environmental and energy regulatory matters and transactional work. She also represents real estate and development clients in transactional matters involving environmental issues on contaminated property, including the preparation of remediation plans and acquiring environmental insurance.
Chris has had a variety of interesting and fun jobs as she has moved around the country with her husband. In Denver, she worked at a corporate art consulting company and at the convention hotel as a concierge. Prior to Denver, Chris worked in school settings in Seattle, Chicago and Columbia, Missouri.
Mark Goldberg is President of Goldberg Properties a real estate development, investment and asset management firm established in 1981. Goldberg Properties principal focus is retail real estate, small office, multifamily, and land development.
Sara Hazel (she/her/hers) is the Vice President of Development at the Denver Public Schools Foundation. Sara has worked at global, national, and local non-profit organizations, and has over fourteen years of nonprofit development and leadership experience. Prior to joining the City Year Denver Board, she served as a City Year mentor for multiple years. She loves the nonprofit sector and fundraising because of a desire for social justice and the ability to help donors navigate a path to support a mission that they can impact
Allison McGee Johnson has more than 25 years experience in communications and public relations for public, private, government and nonprofit entities. Her most recent clients include the Colorado Department of Transportation, a government ethics watchdog, and a shopping center developer. Johnson focuses her efforts on community relations, public affairs, media relations and crisis communications.
Amber McReynolds is the Executive Director for the National Vote At Home Institute and Coalition and is the former director of elections for the City and County of Denver, Colorado.
Dustin Tollefsrud is the Director of Customer Experience (CX) for the Mountain West Region. In this role, Dustin leads and manages the strategy for customer experience efforts across the region. He oversees all CX initiatives including elevations, customer callbacks, and key behaviors, as well as ongoing leadership and management of strategic process efforts across the region.
Wendy Ralston is an Audit Partner at Deloitte & Touche LLP. In her role, she delivers external accounting and auditing services to public and private clients. She predominately serves clients in the consumer business sector.
Andrew Treaster is in-house counsel at DaVita Inc. where he manages a broad range of payor litigation, vendor disputes, and bankruptcies. Prior to joining DaVita, Andrew practiced commercial litigation at a large international law firm for seven years.
Ann Wilson is the parent of a student who experienced the positive impact of City Year Denver. She works at PEAK Parent Center, a nonprofit that supports families who have children with disabilities and works to advance the full inclusion of people with disabilities in their schools and communities. She has a range of experience, including corporate law and international business, and volunteers with a variety of community organizations.