Board of Directors
Tim is a risk control advisor with IMA, Inc., one of the largest independently owned insurance brokerages in the US.
He has over three decades of experience in safety consulting and holds a B.S. and a M.S. degree from the University of Central Missouri.
Tim lives in Centennial with his wife Suzanne and son, Dylan, who receives services from Developmental Pathways. Tim also serves as a coach in various sports for Special Olympics Colorado and founded the DP McFlurries Ski Team that participates with the National Sports Center for the Disabled in Winter Park, Colorado.
For over 20 years, Lt Col (r) Kristin Hoover served in the U.S. Air Force as a Contracting Officer/Negotiator and she hails from a proud Air Force family dedicated to public service. Her father flew & retired as a cargo navigator, her mother was a teacher for 30+ years, her brother flew & retired as a cargo pilot, and her husband served as a Security Forces officer. They have two dynamic boys, Jacob (who receives services from Developmental Pathways) and Bodhi, and on any weekend you can find them outdoors exploring the nooks and crannies of Colorado.
Kristin deployed globally three times and managed multi-billion dollar portfolios helping to rebuild nations and stimulate local economies and local businesses while supporting international coalition forces. She currently serves as a leadership coach and her passion is working with clients and veterans to live with purpose and clarity.
She graduated and was commissioned from the U.S. Air Force Academy, has earned 2 Master’s Degrees, and her CPCC certification. She is an active member of the Board of Directors for Developmental Pathways, and she also enjoys speaking for veteran groups and local community forums. She and her husband co-host a community group for the Rocky Mountain Down Syndrome Association and for the Special Olympics Junior Olympics.
Beth Klein is a Colorado native and graduated from the University of Colorado with a degree in Finance. She later graduated from the Graduate School of Banking at the University of Washington. She began her career with FirstBank in 2004 and currently serves as Vice President of FirstBank of Tech Center. In addition to Developmental Pathways, she currently sits on the Board for the Women's Crisis and Family Outreach Center and is actively involved with their Young Citizens of Philanthropy Board.
Mayre Lynn Schmit
Mayre Lynn Schmit is delighted to be a native Coloradan. She enjoyed a career as a Registered Dental Hygienist in the Denver Metro area for over 3 decades. Her multifaceted business took her past clinical duties to serving as Director of Dental Marketing as well as recreating the role of Dental Recare Consultant. Her practice building strategies and love of dentistry led to the discovery of unidentified productivity, thus increasing revenues and client establishment within her original model. Such innovation resulted in sustainable programming, leading her business to recognition as “Best Dentist” in “5280” Magazine during the last 5 years of her career.
As mother of a wonderful young man with IDD she embraces the lives of all those being served through the community of Developmental Pathways with genuine intention. She believes in the opportunity for growth as the cornerstone of success for each individual. Career enrichment, independent living in all its possibilities and the development of meaningful relationships are but a few of the areas for which she expresses passion in her current works.
Nancy Sharpe is serving her second term as Commissioner representing District 2. She is Finance Chair in 2016.
As a 34-year resident of Arapahoe County, Nancy is committed to enhancing the quality of life for residents. She works to budget responsibly and keep taxes low so that Arapahoe County will live within its means and thrive. She is known as a strong, fiscally responsible leader who fosters highly effective working relationships with cities, counties and public entities.
As Commissioner, Nancy oversees the Human Services, Finance and Human Resources Departments. She currently chairs the Colorado Counties, Inc. Health and Human Services Steering Committee, is on the Developmental Pathways Board of Directors and is Vice Chair of the National Association of Counties Human Services and Education Steering Commit- tees. She also serves as a Governor appointee on the Colorado Executive Leadership Council on Child Welfare.
In 2014, Nancy partnered with 18th Judicial District Attorney George Brauchler to start Not One More Child in Arapahoe County, a coalition of community partners who are working together to prevent child abuse and neglect in our county.
Nancy represents the County’s interests on the Denver South Economic Development Partnership Board of Directors, C-470 Policy Committee, Arapahoe County Water and Wastewater Authority Board, Cherry Creek Basin Water Quality Authority, and the High Line Canal Trail and Cherry Creek Basin Working Groups. She also serves on the Arapahoe County Housing Authority, Arapahoe County Public Airport Authority, Denver South Transportation Management Association, and Urban Drainage and Flood Control District Board of Directors.
Laydon’s top priorities as County Commissioner include cutting taxes, providing real transportation solutions, ensuring responsible growth, working collaboratively with law enforcement and the school board to make sure we have proven safety solutions ready and in place to protect our kids, and making certain we have clean and abundant air and water for generations to come.
As County Commissioner, Laydon seeks to collaborate with everyone in Douglas County – citizens, the press, business leaders, civic servants and nonprofits – to deliver good things for the community. He has an open door policy and invites the opportunity to connect with all constituents and collaborators.
In addition to his fundamental responsibilities as a County Commissioner, Laydon also serves as a representative of Douglas County, by way of Board appointment, to the following area organizations: Arapahoe County Public Airport Authority Board, Arapahoe/Douglas Workforce Investment Board, Centennial Airport Community Noise Roundtable, Cherry Creek Basin Water Quality Control Authority, Community Services Block Grant Tripartite Board, Developmental Pathways Board of Directors, Douglas County Community Foundation, Douglas County Youth Initiative Advisory Board, and the Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation.
Diane Holbert is a Certified Treasury Professional, a Certified Fixed Income Specialist and a CU Buff with an Economics Degree. She most recently served as District 1 Commissioner for Douglas County and served two terms as Douglas County Treasurer. Prior to serving in elected office, she enjoyed a successful career in the banking industry specializing in mortgage compliance and risk.
Diane has extensive board management experience. She previously served as Vice-Chair of $2 Billion public fund, Investment advisory to both former State Treasurer Stapleton and the City of Aurora, Urban Drainage and Flood Control District, Douglas County Youth Initiative and the South Metro Economic Development Corporation. She currently is the Vice-President of her home-owners association and is a bible study leader for Community Bible Study Intl. She is committed to enriching the lives of all people in her community, including those with I/DD by partnering to provide expertise, support and advocacy in their pursuit of a meaningful life.
Adam Horney has been involved with Developmental Pathways since he was a teenager. Aside from Adam’s involvement as a Board Member, he also enjoys attending social events held by Developmental Pathways and Continuum of Colorado, a local PASA.
Adam is currently employed at The Arc Thrift Store in the Customer Service Department. Adam has an incredible work ethic, particularly made known after being recognized as “Employee of the Month.”
In his free time, Adam is a dedicated volunteer for the Denver Police Department, and is a tutor for Whiz Kidz through Colorado Community Church. He also enjoys spending time with his family. Adam was also the inspiration for Adam’s Camp, a camp for kids and teens with special needs based at Snow Mountain Ranch in beautiful Granby, CO. Adam’s mother Karel was the founder of Adam’s Camp. In turn, Karel was Adam’s inspiration in becoming the strong advocate he is today
Dr. McDonnell is an Iowa native who has called Denver home for almost 30 years. She is a Board Certified Dermatologist, operating her private practice in Lakewood since 1988. Dr. McDonnell’s professional interests include skin cancer screening, Mohs Micrographic Surgery, acne, eczema, psoriasis, and alopecia in addition to various cosmetic and surgical procedures. She is a member of the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, American Academy of Dermatology, Colorado Dermatologic Society (past President), Iowa Dermatologic Society, Arapahoe Medical Society, and Colorado Medical Society.
Dr. McDonnell has four teenage children: three daughters and one son who is served by Developmental Pathways. She enjoys spending time with her family skiing, hiking, traveling and being a huge supporter of her children’s athletic and academic endeavors. In her spare time, she is also an avid runner competing in the Boulder Bolder and several other local races alongside her family.
Educated in criminal law and public administration, Tim joined the Developmental Pathways Board in October 2011. A graduate of the FBI National Academy, the Northwestern University School of Police Staff & Command, and 2005 graduate of the Leadership Douglas County program, he also serves as a Board member for the Crisis Center and Highlands Ranch Law Enforcement Training Foundation. Tim is a former Board member for the Roxborough Water District and is a former Developmental Pathways Board President.
Tim has worked for the Douglas County Sheriff for over 28 years, has broad experience in issues related to human resources, media relations, domestic violence, and community mental health issues, and he currently serves the Sheriff as Chief Deputy of Administrative Services. Along with his wife and their two daughters, Tim has lived in Douglas County for over 29 years.
Lynn Myers is Senior Vice President of the Denver South Economic Development Partnership (Denver South EDP). The Denver South EDP is an organization of government and business leaders committed to the economic vitality and sustainability of the Denver South region. Prior to joining Denver South EDP in 2007, Lynn served as an Arapahoe County Commissioner for seven years. She is the past chair of the Centennial Airport Board and the E-470 Public Highway Authority Board.
Since joining Denver South EDP Lynn has had the opportunity to work with expanding companies in the region including Charles Schwab, Arrow Electronics, Fidelity Investments, Comcast, Cool Planet, and Visa.
Lynn was recognized nationally as one of the 50 Top Economic Developers of 2014 by Consultants Connects and received the Economic Development Council of Colorado top award in 2015.
Lynn is a graduate of Montana State University and came to Colorado after college to work as the ticket office manager at Keystone Ski Area. She is a Real Estate Broker and had a successful 20+ year career in residential real estate before serving as an elected official.
Lynn serves on the Arapahoe/Douglas Workforce Board and on the Board of Developmental Pathways. She is a big Colorado Rockies baseball fan and loves to travel. Lynn makes her home in Aurora, Colorado.
Monique is a “military brat” born in Fitzsimons Army Medical Center, Aurora, Colorado. She’s lived in various places, in Greece, Japan, Utah, and has visited Germany and Hawaii.
She’s a graduate of Eaglecrest High School and earned a letter jacket from years of dedication and hard work in Special Olympics. Her favorite sport is basketball. She continued her education taking a few classes at the Aurora Community College.
She’s received services from Developmental Pathways for 17 years and in 2008 moved into her own apartment providing the independence she desired. Her experience, with her benefits, has guided her when she’s assisting her Service Agency with interviewing potential employees, whom will be working with other clients.
Monique takes pride in her hard work ethic. She is currently looking for a job, but has enjoyed her previous jobs especially at Barnes and Noble.
She loves camping, hiking, and bowling. Her goal is to be happy and live just as other people do.
Daniel Sampson is the founder/CEO of Driven By Our Ambitions (DBOA, LLC) and Director of AuroraWorks. He founded DBOA in 2014 to help young adults and student-athletes enhance their opportunities to attain post-secondary education. With AuroraWorks, he supports their parent company -- CommunityWorks’ mission of empowering the unemployed and those with barriers to employment to become self-supporting through job preparation and placement. Sampson has worked closely with Title I schools in Washington, D.C. and the Denver Metro Area to successfully elevate the chances of their student populations entry into college debt free.
In 2017, Sampson expanded DBOA to reach criminal justice involved youth/young adults with a focus on services that give them pro-social options to decrease recidivism. DBOA currently contracts within the following state departments in Colorado: Division of Youth Services (formerly DYC), 18th Judicial District Colorado Youth Detention Continuum (formerly SB94) and 18thJudicial District Adult and Juvenile Probation.
Prior to becoming an entrepreneur, Sampson was the Assistant Director of Communications for the Washington Redskins during the 2010-2014 seasons. During his time with the Redskins, Forbes fifth Most Valuable Sports Team in the world, he was responsible for media relations strategies for the team and directed the team’s internal and external communication relating to football business. In 2013, Sampson was recognized as one of the Top 30 under 30 young professionals striving for excellence and making a difference within the Washington, D.C., Maryland, Virginia (DMV) community.
His motto: if your heart is beating, keep moving.
Don Jesse Toussaint is a county court judge in Arapahoe County. Prior to his appointment, Judge Toussaint served as a district court magistrate judge for the Eighteenth Judicial District for one and a half years and as an assistant city attorney for the city of Aurora for five years. Judge Toussaint was also an associate for White and Steele, P.C. Judge Toussaint earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree in English Technical Writing from the University of Colorado Denver, a Master of Science Degree in Management from Regis University, and a juris doctorate from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law.
Judge Toussaint is the youngest of four sons. He was born and raised in East Orange, New Jersey by Haitian parents and lived a short time in northern Virginia. Judge Toussaint moved to Aurora, Colorado in 1991 and graduated from Overland High School in 1993. It was during this time when Judge Toussaint’s interest in law materialized when he became one of the first teen court attorneys in Aurora. Judge Toussaint is married to his wife, Dr. Sue-Lin Toussaint, for twenty years and they are raising their two children, Julia and Ellis Toussaint.
Lois is a Reading Specialist for the Cherry Creek School District. She has over twenty-five years of experience in the field of education. Lois has been an educator in several school districts, including districts in Orange Park, Florida and Coronado, California. Lois received many awards and accolades in her role as an educator. The highest honor being representing her school district as Teacher of the Year.
Lois holds degrees from the University of North Florida as well as a Master’s degree in Early Childhood Special Education from the University of Northern Colorado, a summa cum laude graduate.
Lois has two daughters and two grandchildren, one who receives services from Developmental Pathways. Aside from spending time with family, Lois enjoys hiking, reading, collecting children’s literature, and volunteering her time in support of others.
JoAnne M. Zboyan, Attorney at Law and of-counsel with Springer and Steinberg, P.C., joined the Developmental Pathways Board of Directors in November of 2012. A Cum Laude graduate of State University College of New York, she received additional degrees from the University of Colorado-Boulder and the University of Denver, College of Law.
Ms. Zboyan is a former special educator teaching in New York and Littleton Public Schools. While attending law school JoAnne completed internships as a law clerk for both the Colorado Attorney General’s office and Court of Appeals, positions which provided segue into working for several law offices throughout Metro Denver. Ms. Zboyan has been engaged in civil trials and appeals, state and federal courts in matters including insurance coverage and bad faith, disability, health care, commercial disputes, personal injury, personal counsel, expert testimony and employment matters. She has over 27 years of litigation experience, trying numerous lawsuits, while litigating hundreds of cases to conclusion.
Ms. Zboyan has also been extensively engaged in the community. She is a member of the American, Colorado, Denver and Arapahoe County Bar Associations, and is admitted to practice law in Colorado, Wyoming, United States District Court, Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals and the United State Supreme Court.
She has been actively involved with Adam’s Camp since 1999 and served as a Board of Director from 1999 – 2009. She has been a member of the Board of Directors for the Colorado Ballet since 2005. She is also a weekly tutor at the Bridge Project – Westwood site and has assisted Kipp Academy with its truancy project.
BOARD MEETING LOCATIONS & TIMES
May 28, 2019
June 18, 2019
September 24, 2019
December 10, 2019
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ARTICLES & BYLAWS
Developmental Pathways has made some proposed changes to its Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws primarily related to compliance with Senate Bill 38. These revised draft Articles and Bylaws are posted below in compliance with the new regulations. We anticipate that the new Articles and Bylaws will be addressed in open session at the next regularly scheduled Board meeting, on June 27th, 2017 at 7 pm. Please send any comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.