After nearly 13 years in corporate sales I feel very blessed to have settled in the non-profit sector where my faith and passion for helping people with diverse needs have collided. Working for Mosaic is truly a calling and I am always up for a coffee date where I can share stories about how support people in Western Colorado to live full lives. Like Mosaic, I value connection and am not much for surface level conversations. I enjoy surrounding myself with people where I can be my authentic self, laugh, break bread, adventure and enjoy all that Western Colorado and Eastern Utah have to offer.
Proudly serving Western Colorado since 1986, Mosaic recognizes that people with diverse needs desire and deserve greater independence and closer ties to the community. By developing and expanding community connections, we create new social, volunteer and employment opportunities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, autism, and those needing behavioral supports. Mosaic empowers people in their unique pursuit of happiness. Providing truly personalized services, we help people achieve their goals and dreams. Mosaic stands alongside people with intellectual disabilities to bring awareness to issues that affect their lives. We actively advocate for disability rights, encourage self-advocacy and promote public policy that positively impacts the people we serve.