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Barbara Corcoran –

Barbra Sexauer Corcoran is a Licensed Clinical Social worker at Mountain Family Health Centers. She has lived on the Western Slope of Colorado since 1993 and in Glenwood Springs since 2000. She lives in Glenwood with her husband Pat and children, Samantha, Aidan, and twins, Rose & Willa, who are in 6th grade at TRCS. Barb was involved in the early conversations about starting a charter school in Glenwood Springs. She has been involved with many Boards and nonprofits and is an avid community volunteer.
Vice President
Deborah Jaouen – deborah.

Deborah Jaouen is a licensed Medical Massage Therapist and Releasing Held Traumas Energy Practitioner and Instructor in Glenwood Springs, where she resides with her husband and two sons, both whom currently attend TRCS. Deborah is the owner of Mountain Sol, Heart Centered Therapies. Her practice includes therapeutic massage, neuromuscular therapy, and Spontaneous Muscle Release Technique (SMRT). Deborah was certified as a Massage Therapist at The Massage Therapy Institute in Davis, CA in 2001 and consistently is expanding her education in body and energy therapies. Deborah previously worked for Valley View Hospital as an Integrated Therapist from 2005-2014. Deborah also has worked in the valley as a Doula since 2009 and is an active member of the community of doulas in the Roaring Fork Valley. Deborah received a B.S. in Wildlife Biology from Colorado State University and worked as a biologist in Colorado, New Mexico, Oregon, Washington, and California for both the private and public sector before moving back to Colorado in 2004. Outside of work, Deborah has been involved with cub scouts (GWS Pack 225) for the past 6 years and has been the fundraising chair since 2013.
Rick Blauvelt -

Rick recently retired after 10 years as executive director of Raising A Reader Aspen to Parachute. His prior positions include development director at “I Have a Dream” Foundation of Boulder County and education coordinator for Urban Peak homeless teen shelter in Denver. Rick’s first career – in the hotel business – included six years as a manager and executive with the Residence Inn division of Marriott. Rick served on the TRCS board in the 15 months prior to the school’s opening. He and his wife, Candace Goodwin, live in Carbondale.
Board Member
Angela Roff -

Angela M. Roff is a Colorado Native who was raised in Alaska. She obtained her undergraduate education at University of New Mexico (UNM) in Albuquerque and San Juan College in Farmington, NM. She graduated from UNM with a Major in Latin American Studies and emphasis in Spanish. She is fluent in Spanish. She received her law degree from the University of Denver in May of 2001. The experience of 9/11 led her to serve her country in the United States Air Force (USAF) as a JAG in Hampton, Virginia, and Tucson, Arizona. After nearly 5 years with the USAF, Angela decided to separate and pursue a career in private practice. Since 2007, she has been practicing law in Glenwood Springs. Angela primarily works as a municipal Prosecutor and Hearing Officer. She also practices Family Law both as attorney and mediator. Since 2016, she has volunteered on the Juvenile Services Planning Committee for the 9th Judicial District. Prior to that she was a high school mock trial coach at Glenwood Springs and Rifle high schools. She lives in Rifle with her husband and two children. Her oldest is a student at TRCS. When not working, she enjoys cooking and family time.
Board Member
Theresa Hadsock –

Theresa Hadsock is the Assistant Director of Financial Aid at Colorado Mountain College (CMC). This is Theresa’s 27th year living in Glenwood Springs and working at CMC. Theresa graduated from Regis University with a Master of Arts degree in Higher Education and Administration. The Hadsocks have been part of the TRCS family since the school opened in 2014. Theresa’s oldest son, Hunter, was in the first 8th grade class to graduate from TRCS. Theresa’s youngest son, Tanner, is in 8th grade at TRCS.
Board Member
Sally Camacho -

Sally Camacho is a stay at home mother. She is originally from Guadalajara, Mexico and was raised in Southern California. She came to Glenwood Springs in 2002. Sally worked for Glenwood Springs Elementary School’s early childhood education program for two years and in retail for seven years. In 2011 Sally and her husband Luis opened their construction company. Her family has been part of Two Rivers Community School since it opened in 2014 and has been a dedicated volunteer at Two Rivers Community School. Her oldest son is a TRCS alumni, and her two younger children still attend TRCS.