2014 Board of Directors:

Chris Maupin

Chris Maupin joined RMCA in February of 2011 and is the current President. Chris graduated from the University of Missouri with a B.A. in Business Management, History, and Sociology. Chris attended the University of London in 1994. Chris has worked for Shelter Insurance companies since 1988 and has run his own agency since 2003. Chris enjoys playing music and coaching youth sports. Chris is married to Amy and has a son named Carter.

Michael Bieber

Michael Bieber joined RMCA in January 2012 and is the current Vice President. Michael is an analyst with CoBiz Bank. He has a Business-Marketing degree from the University of Colorado, Boulder.  Michael is a Colorado native who is proud to serve on the Board of Rocky Mountain Cancer Assistance.

Lauren Duff

Lauren Duff is a Colorado native who graduated from the University of Colorado in Boulder with a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration. Despite vowing she would never be an accountant like her parents, she found she has a knack for numbers and has been working as an industry accountant since 2007. Lauren is currently the staff accountant at the Denver startup Craftsy, and is working toward an MBA in Accounting & Finance. She was diagnosed with brain cancer in 2010, but is grateful to all those who helped her through the journey to become cancer free. Lauren is an active member of the cancer community and she is delighted to help RMCA in its mission to assist others through this difficult disease. In her spare time, she enjoys travelling, comedy shows, snowboarding, and hosting dinner parties.

Eric Faddis

Eric Faddis joined the RMCA’s Board of Directors in August of 2013 and is the current Secretary. As a local attorney in Colorado, Eric is dedicated to serving his community in both professional and philanthropic capacities. After obtaining a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Colorado State University and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law, where he served as a Senior Editor on the DU Law Review, Eric was selected for a judicial clerkship with the Honorable Judge Margie Enquist. Eric’s other philanthropic activities include serving as a volunteer judge for the Denver Urban Debate League and a volunteer trial attorney for the Colorado Lawyer Committee’s Hate Crime Education Task Force.

Chris Graf

Chris joined the RMCA Board of Directors in September 2013 and is the current Treasurer.  He currently works for FirstBank as a Banking Officer at the original flagship location in Lakewood.  Before starting a career in banking, Chris worked as a Corporate Pilot based out of Colorado’s Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport.  While he still loves to fly as a hobby, Chris now enjoys getting to work in finance and build relationships through community outreach. 

Remington Fang

Remington Fang is a Colorado native and local personal injury attorney who witnesses everyday how an injury or illness can impact the lives of individuals. Remington is extremely excited that through the RMCA, he is in a position to help people maintain their lives while undergoing cancer treatment. Remington earned a B.A. from the University of Northern Colorado and a J.D. from the University of Arkansas School of Law. While at Arkansas, Remington was a member of the National Moot Court Team, a volunteer student attorney for the Immigration Clinic, and legal extern for Wal-Mart International. Remington is involved with fundraising efforts for the American Heart Association and the EAGLE program through the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association.

Shauna Flores

Shauna Flores joined Rocky Mountain Cancer Assistance in November of 2013.  After graduating from the University of Colorado - Boulder, Shauna lived in Costa Rica and Panama for a year and a half teaching English and traveling.  Shauna has always had a love for health care and upon returning to the U.S. she obtained her Masters in Health Administration.  For the past five years, Shauna has worked as a Practice Administrator at Rocky Mountain Cancer Centers.

Tom Miller

Tom joined RMCA in August 2014. He joined RMCA because he believes in the cause and he felt that he could help RMCA grow to help even more. He currently works at US Bank as a Treasury Management Consultant, specifically working with the healthcare industry. Tom has 5+ years of experience working with healthcare and has been in Treasury Management for 9 years. Tom has a BA degree in Finance from Regis Jesuit University and is Certified Revenue Cycle Representative through the Hospital Financial Management Association (HFMA). Away from work, Tom has a passion for the outdoors. He enjoys running, mountain biking, and landscaping. Tom is married to his wife Lauren and has 3 kids, Kendyll, Quinn and Owen.

Ariana Opp

Ariana joined the RMCA Board of Directors in February of 2014.  She currently works as a Neonatal ICU RN at Rose Hospital.  Ariana was diagnosed with breast cancer in April 2009 at the age of 34.  After undergoing numerous treatments for her diagnosis, she is now showing no signs of cancer.  Ariana is actively involved in the cancer community as a state leader for the Young Survival Coalition.  Ariana is the mother to two beautiful girls, Elissa and Kaitlyn. 

Rick Roundy

Rick joined the RMCA board in January, 2013.  Rick is the Director of Sales and Marketing for Solve IT, one of our business partners.  Rick has over 20 years of experience within the IT industry. Before Solve IT, Rick’s career evolved from desktop support to enterprise network support and design as well as co-founding his own IT services company. 

Ann Ryan

Ann has been involved with Rocky Mountain Cancer Assistance since 2000 when the organization began.  Ann has served in many positions during her involvement with RMCA, including tenures on the Finance Committee as well as Board President for 2008 and 2009.  Ann began her volunteer work with Big Sisters in 1989. She worked at Bristol-Myers Squibb Company for 24 years as a District Manager. Ann received the Volunteer of the Year award from Bristol Myers Squibb twice. The first award was for her work with Big Sisters. The second award was for the Dumb Friends League working in the surgery release department. Ann retired from Bristol-Myers Squibb in 1998.  In addition, Ann has dedicated sixteen years and over 1,500 hours to the Dumb Friends League. A true dog lover, Ann has rescued many dogs over the years. Braveheart a tripod (yes, three legs) just left this world for dog heaven. She now cares for Winston a beautiful Collie who is another rescue dog.

Sloan Waters

Sloan Waters is a Denver native, and truly loves the life she has built in this beautiful city with her husband, Rodney, and her two children, Jalen and Gioia. For the past nine years, Sloan has owned and operated Sincerely Sloan Custom Gifts, LLC (formerly A Gift From The Heart), where she designs custom order gift baskets. Sloan attended Denver Public Schools, and graduated from the University of Denver with a Bachelor's Degree in Mass Communications/Public Relations, then later, the University of Phoenix with a Master's Degree in Organizational Management/Marketing. Sloan also holds a college certificate in graphic design. Sloan's son has been living with Type 1 Diabetes for almost 13 years, and she and her family are very active with and dedicated to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation of the Rockies (JDRF). Cancer is a huge part of where Sloan comes from, and who she is, as her mother is a 35+ year survivor of breast cancer. Sadly, her father lost his battle to colon cancer in 2005. Sloan is very supportive and understanding of the various organizations that raise money for cures; however, she strongly believes that assisting patients "during the storm," is equally, if not more important. Sloan states that, "a cure for cancer, and such things as Type 1 Diabetes is not necessarily in the foreseeable future, yet there are many people that can't handle the day to day things...this is where I would really like to lend a hand and my time." Sloan joined the RMCA's Board of Directors in February of 2014.

 

 

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