School Office Phone: 970.384.5200

Board of Directors

Daryl D. Yarrow- daryl.yarrow@tworiverscs.org

President

Daryl graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Kansas State University and earned his masters degree with an emphasis in adult education from Regis University. Daryl has nearly 20 years of experience in college administration. In the early 1990s, he moved from the Denver area to join Regis University in Glenwood Springs. Regis operated a satellite office serving students seeking teacher licensure, bachelor’s degree completion, or a Master’s. The Regis office was hosted by Colorado Mountain College at the Glenwood center. In 2001, Daryl came to work for Colorado Mountain College. He joined a growing department that oversaw distance learning and interactive video courses. Over the years, the department transitioned from telecourses to online offerings and increased the number of students served each year to over 3000. As the Associate Vice President for online learning, Daryl has been a member of the college’s senior leadership team since 2009. From August 2014 through June 2015, he served as the Interim Campus Dean for Roaring Fork Campus. At the request of the college President, he led the SpringValley residential campus and academic centers in Glenwood Springs and Carbondale. This appointment  was to bridge the time between a retirement and hiring of a new Campus Dean. Daryl and his wife Cheryl live in Glenwood Springs with their two daughters, Gracie, who recently completed eighth grade, and Becca, entering eighth-grade, both at Two Rivers Community School. You can reach Daryl Yarrow at daryl.yarrow@tworiverscs.org.

Diana Kaufman – diana.kaufman@tworiverscs.org

Secretary

Diana was born in Taiwan. She moved to Rochester, NY when she was almost seven and has lived in San Francisco, LA, Aspen, Glenwood Springs, Vail, Breckenridge, Boulder, New Castle and Lansing. Diana graduated from the University of Colorado with a degree in International Affairs. She thought she would work in Washington DC but ended up in Glenwood Springs, and is glad for the opportunity to live in this beautiful and friendly community. At a young age, Diana learned the value of hard work bussing tables and making egg rolls and dumplings at her family’s restaurant. Diana has worked various jobs as a waitress, housing assistant, librarian, advocate of people with disabilities, deputy clerk of court and legal assistant. She is the manager of the Law Office of Donald J. Kaufman and also manages Luwasun Investments LP. Diana was a board member of the Family Visitor Program and Roaring Fork Rotary aka “Club Rotario”. She helped organize the Festival las Americas and has volunteered politically to create positive change for schools, library, immigrants, etc. Additionally, Diana was a participant in the Colorado Association for Gifted and Talented “CAGT” conferences: Immigrant Parents Discuss Challenges & Successes and Parents of Profoundly Gifted Children Panel. Diana has two children. Her daughter is amongst the first graduating class at TRCS.

John Gorman- john.gorman@tworiverscs.org

Treasurer

John has been interested and involved with education in the Roaring Fork Valley from New Castle Elementary to the Aspen Community School as a parent of five children. He has volunteered on church, non-profit and swim team boards raising funds, chaired committees for a local real estate board and political party. John has training and experience as a pipe fitter, sawyer, ditch-rider, mechanic, garage owner, chef and real estate contract negotiator. He also contracted with the U.S. Forest service for thinning and been a fence contractor/builder. During twelve and a half years at the Colorado Rocky Mountain School, supervising up to 54 students/day for short periods in the food service operation, John designed, developed and tested the management style and techniques he later used while a real estate broker and as Garfield County Assessor from 2007-2011. John managed that busy office and further honed skills in employee relations – especially intra-office conflicts. He continues to promote public service and life long learning.

Cameron Williams- cameron.williams@tworiverscs.org

Board Member

Cameron Williams is a Certified Financial Planner and financial advisor.  He is a Vice President at Stifel Financial and has been helping individuals and small businesses make financial decisions for over 25 years. Cam and his wife Sheldon live in Glenwood Springs with their two children Cole and Cate.  He received a B.A. in economics and a B.F.A in painting and sculpture from the University of Colorado and studied finance in graduate school at the American University in Washington, D.C.  Cam is very involved in scouting and has been the Scoutmaster for the Glenwood Springs Boy Scout Troop 225 for 5 years.  He is a partner in Cooper Corner Gallery in Glenwood Springs where he shows his paintings.

Brenda Kaiser- brenda.kaiser@tworiverscs.org

Board Member

Brenda Sandoval Kaiser was born in San Diego, CA and grew up in Tijuana, Mexico.  She commuted to San Diego every day to attend school and eventually graduated from Southwestern College with an Associate Degree in Business Administration, with an emphasis in International Business.  Following graduation she moved to San Diego and attended San Diego State University majoring in International Business.

During 2006 Brenda moved to Colorado with her husband.  She worked for seven years for the Department of Health with the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program.  Brenda is bilingual in Spanish and English, and her responsibilities included working with families from Rifle to Carbondale, and focused on educating families on healthy nutrition and healthy relationships.

Brenda is the chairperson for the local Cub Scout Pack 221 and has three children, two of whom are students at TRCS.

Diana Kaufman- diana.kaufman@tworiverscs.org

Secretary

Diana was born in Taiwan. She moved to Rochester, NY when she was almost seven and has lived in San Francisco, LA, Aspen, Glenwood Springs, Vail, Breckenridge, Boulder, New Castle and Lansing. Diana graduated from the University of Colorado with a degree in International Affairs. She thought she would work in Washington DC but ended up in Glenwood Springs, and is glad for the opportunity to live in this beautiful and friendly community. At a young age, Diana learned the value of hard work bussing tables and making egg rolls and dumplings at her family’s restaurant. Diana has worked various jobs as a waitress, housing assistant, librarian, advocate of people with disabilities, deputy clerk of court and legal assistant. She is the manager of the Law Office of Donald J. Kaufman and also manages Luwasun Investments LP. Diana was a board member of the Family Visitor Program and Roaring Fork Rotary aka “Club Rotario”. She helped organize the Festival las Americas and has volunteered politically to create positive change for schools, library, immigrants, etc. Additionally, Diana was a participant in the Colorado Association for Gifted and Talented “CAGT” conferences: Immigrant Parents Discuss Challenges & Successes and Parents of Profoundly Gifted Children Panel. Diana has two children. Her daughter is amongst the first graduating class at TRCS.

Ed Olszewski- edward.olszewski@tworiverscs.org

Board Member (Bio coming)

 

Charis Caldwell- charis.caldwell@tworiverscs.org

Board Member (Bio coming)

 

 

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Mailing Address:
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    Glenwood Springs, CO 81602
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    Glenwood Springs, CO  81601
Phone:  970.384.5200
Email:  info@TwoRiversCS.org