Board of Directors
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. 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 is a former CEO instructor. She worked 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.
Megan is a Senior Vice President with FirstBank. Prior to joining FirstBank, Megan was a high school math teacher for five years. 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.
Megan is the Lead School Social Worker for the DSST Public School system and works at Cole Middle School. She is also the founder of Words Beyond Walls, an organization that supports young adults with justice system experience to teach arts-based workshop series to students who are currently system-involved. She received her BA in Political Science and Latin-American Literature from George Washington University, and her Master's in Social Work from Boston University.
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 is the Senior Alumni Engagement Officer at Regis University. She began working with CEO as a volunteer in 2011 and joined the board in 2017. Amber has her BA in Communication and Master's degree in Nonprofit Management.
Marshal Seufert has helped launch and develop CEO since its inception. 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.