EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR & FOUNDER

Terri Lee Bolles | Lives in Fort Collins, Colorado | Originally from Michigan

Terri Lee has been married to her husband, Nate, for 14 years. Together they have two dogs and a cat, who are spoiled rotten, just ask any of their friends. They moved to Colorado back in 2012 from Michigan and since that time Colorado has become home for them. Recently they relocated to Tennessee for her husband’s job for 18 months but landed back in Fort Collins in March of 2018. At that time she knew that she wanted more and do more for her local community that she calls home. She decided a non-profit was her dream, helping others in need.

SECRETARY OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Jessica King | Lives in Fort Collins, Colorado | Originally from Massachusetts

Jessica is currently enrolled in the Graduate School of Social Work at the University of Denver. Jessica has worked as a medical social worker at a northern Colorado hospital; conducting trauma evaluations on children involved in the child protection and foster care system in Colorado and served as an in-home therapist for children and families in Boston, her hometown.

Having firsthand experience with mental health struggles, both personally and professionally, Jessica is cognizant of the importance of comprehensive, accessible, and affordable mental health treatment. Jessica’s commitment to emotional well-being and mental health equity motivates her involvement with Project Mental Health Freedom.

VICE CHAIR OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Sandra Wankelman | Lives in Fort Collins, Colorado | Colorado Native

June 2018, Sandra completed her MBA in Biblical Studies – now working on her second MBA in Business and Project Management.

Throughout her career, she has provided assistance/services to adults with developmental disabilities. She also has a strong knowledge of marketing; assisting businesses in growth and branding.

Facing significant life situations which have encouraged her to become a catalyst for change; through her struggles with anxiety, PTSD, and depression, guiding her life’s path. Her realization through personal urgency – the need for more research and discovery to address the mental health challenges that our society faces. This is why she is a part of PMHF.

Have you ever thought about being a board member for a local nonprofit within your community?
PMHF is currently taking applications for board members that have a passion about mental health, the advocacy of mental health, and the dedication to making sure all in need can afford to get the mental health care needed and deserved. if this is something of interest to you we are happy to hear from you and why you want to become a PMHF board member.


Have you ever thought about being a board member for a local nonprofit within your community?

PMHF is currently taking applications for board members that have a passion about mental health, the advocacy of mental health, and the dedication to making sure all in need can afford to get the mental health care needed and deserved. if this is something of interest to you we are happy to hear from you and why you want to become a PMHF board member.

Interested Individuals Only – Apply Below!

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