Our Board

Brenda Teig, PresidentAs a public interest attorney, Brenda has always been passionate about access to justice for all individuals regardless of income. She has practiced law in both the public and private sector for over 15 years representing clients in both civil and criminal matters. Brenda feels fortunate to be working with Children First of the Rockies to ensure that Boulder County’s children and their families, regardless of their socioeconomic status, have a safe and nurturing place to meet and grow.
Monty Meduna, Vice PresidentWith 25 years in the banking industry, Monty brings a background in business development and management. He is excited to transfer his experience from other non-profit boards to help CFOR best serve the children and families in our communities.
Sabra Jewell, SecretarySabra has spend the last five years in the nonprofit sector working to ensure our community’s kids have the tools they need to be successful. She is passionate about helping families grow together and Children First of the Rockies provides her the perfect opportunity to give back in this way. She feels lucky to work and volunteer with organizations that value children, families, and breaking the chains of generational poverty.
Chris GrosserChris's background is in healthcare and business. She's also a longtime volunteer in local schools and the community, and is passionate about fostering parent-child relationships in a safe and supportive environment. As a Board member she hopes to help position CFOR to succeed and grow, and to be an ambassador for the organization.
Andrew O'ReillyAndrew O’Reilly brings 20 years of experience in performance improvement, strategic management, and project management to the CFOR board. After several years of employment in the non-profit sector, as well as volunteer experiences with other organizations focused on the well-being of families and children, he was inspired to take his civic engagement to the next level. He looks forward to using his skills and expertise to help CFOR further its mission.
Greg SteinwandGreg is a recently retired clinical psychologist who practiced in Boulder County for 36 years. Having worked with children and parents throughout his years of service he is a passionate child advocate and understands the importance and complexity of child-parent relationships. Greg has also served on other local health related non-profit boards and is enthusiastic about bringing these experiences to further the goals of CFOR in the community.
Deborah Valentine
Deborah is a retired social work professor and in addition to her clinical knowledge, brings to the Board a wide range of administrative, problem-solving and conflict resolution skills. Serving on the Board means Deb can continue to be involved in a community that is committed to improving the lives of children and families.