Executive Director - Pat Landrum
Pat Landrum joined SVP as Executive Director in 2011. Prior to SVP she was Executive Director of The Healthy Community Consortium in Petaluma, California from 2003- 2011 where she facilitated a community wide youth development initiative. She was Executive Director of The Civic Forum in Grand Junction, Colorado from 1994-2000. Prior to 1994, Landrum helped develop a national network of specialized neuro-rehabilitation centers and facilitated development of practice standards in cognitive rehabilitation.
Board of Directors
Julie Stone, Chair Emeritus
Julie Stone is a Senior Account Manager with HCMS Group, a data-analytics firm specializing in innovative workforce policies and benefit design for large employers. Previously a Social Policy Analyst for Wyoming Governor Dave Freudenthal, Stone brings expertise in healthcare policy, labor negotiations, strategic planning and public speaking.
Michael Soares, Chair
Before retiring in 2007, Michael Soares was the Vice President of Business Development for Thomson Healthcare. Soares has also worked as strategic planning consultant to the pharmaceutical industry in addition to his various leadership roles at Becton Dickinson, Multum, and the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists. Soares earned a Bachelor of Science degree in pharmacy from the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Allied Health Sciences in Boston.
Mike Margolf, Chair Elect
Mike Margolf is a Managing Director at Allonhill. Margolf oversees the daily operations of the Company’s private and public-sector credit risk management engagements. He has over 14 years of default servicing and management experience covering loss mitigation, collections, foreclosure/bankruptcy administration and investor/insurer recovery claims. He holds a BS in Agricultural and Managerial Economics from the University of California at Davis and a MBA from the University of Colorado. Margolf joined SVP with his wife Claire in 2010. He has been part of the SVP Impact team with Project PAVE in 2012.
Jill McClure, Secretary
In the summer of 2006, McClure moved to Denver from Omaha, Nebraska and is currently an Assistant Vice President in Commercial Banking at UMB Bank. Outside of work, McClure has been the chair of the Women Build Committee for Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver for four years working to raise $85,000 annually to sponsor a Habitat home, has volunteered her time with Special Olympics as a golf coach, and is a member of the Women's Foundation Empowerment Council. McClure has been a part of SVP since early 2010 and currently serves as a co-lead partner with Children’s Outreach Project.
Traci Lacheta, Finance Chair
Traci Lacheta is the Development Manager at the Public Education & Business Coalition, a Denver based non-profit that provides professional development to educators across the continuum of their careers. Previously a Financial Analyst, Lacheta has extensive planning and analysis experience in healthcare, agriculture and the consumer goods industries. Traci and her husband, Aaron Lacheta, joined SVP Denver shortly after their family moved to Denver in August 2010. She is lead partner with America SCORES Denver.
Mark Schumacher, Partner Engagement Chair
Schumacher is a Colorado native, and after living in various parts of the country for 10 years, moved back to Colorado in 2007. He has been a partner with SVP Denver since 2009, is a Rotarian, and is involved in various philanthropic activities. Schumacher and his wife have two children, and enjoy spending time in the Colorado outdoors.
Stephen Edmonds, Development Chair
Stephen Edmonds has been involved in the local non-profit community for nearly thirty years and has served on dozens of boards and committees for a wide range of organizations. Professionally, Edmonds spent 23 years as an administrator at the University of Denver, two years as Vice President of Development at Denver Hospice, and the last five years as Executive Director of the Institute for Children’s Mental Disorders. He was recently honored for his recognized volunteer and philanthropic efforts by The Villager newspaper as the 2012 Villager Man of the Year. Stephen is new to SVP.
Susan Hyatt, Alumni Liaison
Susan Hyatt is the founder and CEO of CORE THOUGHT, a private consulting and training company that provides companies with ideas and tools for actively managing their community impacts and giving strategies. The four-time award-winning author of Strategy for Good: Business Giving Strategies for the 21st Century, Hyatt leverages 20 years of experience in corporate social responsibility, business philanthropy, organizational development and nonprofit sustainability to transform good intentions into real impact. She holds a Master’s degree in Community / Public Health Nutrition from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University and completed her PhD work in Sociology at Colorado State University. Susan joined SVP in 2006 and was active with the Partnership through 2009. She joined the Alumni group in 2012.
David Richardson, Member at Large
David Richardson is a VP for DaVita Healthcare Partners Inc., which delivers life-sustaining dialysis services to more than 150,000 patients across the country. Richardson joined DaVita in January 2001 on the clinical side of the business and held various roles in the organization before being promoted to divisional vice president overseeing operations in several Western states. Richardson is a Colorado native. He holds a B.S. in biology from Colorado State University and an MBA from the University of Phoenix. He lives in Westminster, CO with his wife and daughter and enjoys volunteering his time for community service and being active in the Colorado outdoors, particularly skiing, fly fishing, mountain biking, camping, hiking, golf and tennis.
Jamie Stone, Member at Large
Stone came to Denver in 1997 and got his BS/BA in Economics from Denver University. He joined Wealth Strategies group after completing his education as a way to stay in Colorado, ski and enjoy the weather. He started his own firm, Stone Financial group in 2009. His company merged with two others to form MSW Financial Partners, providing financial and estate planning for individuals and small companies. Stone joined SVP Denver in 2009 and has served as Lead Partner for Kids In Need of Dentistry. In addition to his participation with SVP, Stone is on the board of Youth Roots and volunteers with TEDxMileHigh.
Sarah Harrison, Denver Foundation Liaison
Harrison joined The Denver Foundation in 2002 after spending 10 years as Director of Development at Morris Animal Foundation. Prior to that time, she worked in development and communications for the National Center for Citizen Involvement (Boulder), the Colorado School of Mines (Golden), Craig Hospital (Englewood), and the United Cerebral Palsy Association (Denver). Harrison is a past member of the Junior League of Denver and she currently serves on the board of the Colorado Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals.
America SCORES Denver - Traci Lachetta
Destination ImagiNation Colorado - Kate Carr
OpenWorld Learning - Travis Parkinson
Playworks Denver - Mike Burrell and Ken Mokray
Project PAVE - Dawn Cross and Charles Westrin
ReVision International - Jeff Ambs and Dan Gross