Learn more about our board and their roles.

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Robert Belton
Advisory Board Member

Robert Belton is currently the Chief Information Officer for Nurse-Family Partnership. He graduated from Morningside College in 1995 and has been involved in supporting, implementing and leading technology initiatives and teams since the late 1990’s. Prior to joining Nurse-Family Partnership, Belton worked in support of NASA’s Academy of Program/Project & Engineering Leadership developing software to support their teambuilding, leadership and management initiatives. He has also served as chief technology officer for an online learning company. Robert is a Colorado native and lives in Denver with his wife and three children.

Andy Davis
Advisory Board Member

An eighteen-year veteran of communications strategy and public affairs and a Colorado native, Andy is a Director of Government Affairs in Comcast’s Mountain West Region. He leads Comcast’s external affairs and economic development work with public officials and business leaders in the western part of the Denver Metro Area, Boulder, and Colorado’s mountain communities. Combining a decade of experience on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., corporate public affairs experience, and an MBA, Andy is skilled at building productive, results-oriented communication between private sector organizations and influential public stakeholders. Additionally, he brings to the PCs for People Advisory Board a long-time personal and professional interest in social enterprise.

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Aleta Jeffress
Advisory Board Member

Aleta Jeffress has over 20 years of success as an executive business leader and technologist with a proven track record of establishing relationships between business and technology. Aleta has experience in enabling digital transformation and delivering best in class business value with software companies, as well as large federal, state, and local government agencies. She drives innovative strategies for business and IT leadership, and has developed teams for Cybersecurity and Project Management Offices from the ground up. She is a champion for change! Originally from Indiana, Aleta has a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Affairs and Management from Indiana University. She also sits on the board of the Colorado Technology Association and is on the Advisory Committee for the Community College of Aurora. Aleta and her family moved to Colorado in 2014 and love the outdoors.

Sarah Lehmann
Advisory Board Member

Sarah Lehmann is a Principal and Strategist at Ebb+Flow Design. She brings over a decade of experience in brand strategy, messaging, positioning and creative content management to her role in service of clients in the non profit, private and public sectors. Previously, Sarah served as the Vice President of Marketing & Communications for the Denver Public Schools Foundation, contributing to the vision and executing the strategy that helped the organization grow 112 percent in fundraising revenue from $6.6 million to $14.1 million during her five-year tenure. In this role, Sarah directed the communications and marketing for the organization, setting strategy and overseeing a team of professionals in community outreach, branding, design, web communications, media relations and social media.

Previously, she served as Marketing and Public Relations Manager at the Vail Valley Foundation, marketing the Vail International Dance Festival, the Vilar Performing Arts Center, the Mountain Games, the Birds of Prey World Cup ski races, and other art, athletic and education programs in the Vail Valley.

Sarah holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Sarah serves as a mentor for the City Year Women’s Leadership Initiative, and previously served on The Denver Hospice NextGen Board of Directors from 2012-2015. Since 2012, she has had the honor of being paired with a DPS first grade student to read weekly as a volunteer of the TutorMate program. She was a member of the 2010 Denver Metro Chamber Leadership Foundation’s Access Denver program, the 2015 Downtown Denver Partnership’s Leadership Program, and is currently a member of the 2016 Colorado Business Committee for the Arts Leadership Arts program.

Hanna Patterson
Advisory Board Member

Hanna Patterson is a Manager in Deloitte Consulting's Social Impact Practice. She has over eight years of consulting experience and has served clients across the non-profit, life sciences, and health care industries. She has a particular interest in promoting collaboration between the private and social sectors to help address some of our most challenging problems. Hanna lives in Denver with her husband and dog.

Brad Saari
Advisory Board Member

Brad Saari is a Director of Information Technology at Sykes Enterprises. He graduated from Ohio University with a degree in Management Information Systems in 2000, returning to academia several years later to obtain his MBA from Bowling Green State University. He has over 15 years experience delivering mission critical, enterprise-level software solutions in the Manufacturing and Business Process Outsourcing arenas. He resides in Denver and is ecstatic to be giving back to the community through his involvement with PCs for People.

Peter Van Genderen
Advisory Board Member

Peter Van Genderen is a board member of Blue Star Recyclers, the Beanstalk Foundation and the Energy Resource Center. Earlier, Peter served as a General Partner with Stolberg Equity Partners, and represented the firm on the boards of portfolio companies including: Alpine Access, Capital Returns, Central Security, Eschelon Telecom [ESCH] and Inflow. He was also participated on nonprofit boards including the University of Colorado Center for Entrepreneurship and the Colorado Venture Capital Association.

Prior Mr. Van Genderen worked as the general manager of UniLink, an Inc. 500 software development company in Jackson, WY, and as a corporate finance analyst at Bankers Trust in New York. Peter graduated magna cum laude from Dartmouth College and received an MBA with honors from the University of Colorado.