President of the Board
Mindy Duster first learned of CEO by attending annual fundraisers and is thrilled to join their mission of education. Mindy comes to the CEO board with over a decade of progressive HR experience in both the public and private sectors. She holds a bachelors degree from the University of Colorado Leeds School of business and a masters degree in Strategic Human Resources from the University of Denver.
Luis Monroy became involved with CEO in 2015 by attending various fundraiser events. Luis is a practicing attorney who primarily works in the areas of family law and criminal defense. He has a passion for helping people involved in the criminal justice system and believes that too many times those people are not given a meaningful opportunity to better themselves or their community. Luis received his B.A. in Sociology from the University of Colorado - Boulder in 2008 and his J.D. from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law in 2013.
Jillian Shinn began at CEO as an instructor at ICCS Kendall in 2009 while working toward her Masters in Social Work at DU. After completing her MSW, she continued working with the ICCS clients as a Clinical Therapist. Jillian currently works as a Clinical Therapist with veterans struggling with PTSD.
Amber O’Connell has been a volunteer with CEO since 2011, initially volunteering with her class at Regis University. She began as a tutor and later began leading the Budget Workshop at ICCS West. She is a Regis University undergraduate alumna and current Masters of Nonprofit Management student.
T. Marshal Seufert
Marshal Seufert has helped launch and develop CEO since its inception. The idea for CEO arose when he and Elisabeth White were teaching GED classes at Denver County Jail in the early 1990’s and recognized the lack of services for offenders transitioning through community corrections. As a former offender, and subsequent college and then law school graduate, Marshal recognizes the crucial role educational opportunities can play in being successful and independent, even when the path varies from standard.
Megan MacHatton is a Vice President with FirstBank where she has been since 2011. Megan’s primarily responsible for consumer and commercial lending, business development, and personnel management at two branches in the West Metro region of Denver. From 2014-2016, Megan managed the Learning and Development for FirstBank which included enterprise-wide projects such as the implementation of a Learning Management system and a new Management Training Program. Prior to joining FirstBank, Megan was a high school math teacher in Denver Public Schools and Philadelphia Public Schools for five years.
Megan has served on the board of the Center for Financial Training Western States, as well as the Development Committee of the Ralston House in Arvada. She has two children and lives with her husband in Lakewood.
Megan graduated from University of Georgia in 2006 with a B.S. in Finance and a B.A. in Speech Communication. She graduated in 2008 from the University of Pennsylvania with a Masters in Education.