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. Both of her children are students at TRCS. When not working, she enjoys cooking and family time.
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.
Ashley Thomas is a Colorado Native and moved to the valley with her family in 2009. She is Certified in Healthcare Compliance and has been in the healthcare industry for over 10 years. Prior to healthcare, Ashley was in the hospitality industry as a Director of Sales and Marketing. With a passion for supporting the community, Ashley is excited to be apart of the TRCS Board.
She has two children that have been fortunate to be a part of the TRCS family going on four years. When she is not filling the role of taxi driver for her children, she enjoys volunteering, skiing, boating, and cooking.
Christy has worked in education as the Finance Director for Garfield School District No. Re-2 for 17 years. She has always has a passion for education, since both of her parents have been teachers. Christy holds her CPA licensure in Colorado. She graduated from University of Wisconsin, River Falls with a Bachelor's in accounting, and has a Masters in Finance from Colorado State University. She currently works as Finance Director for the Town of Basalt.
Josh Mattson leads by example - always doing his best and encouraging others to do the same. While easygoing by nature he is direct and decisive when he needs to be. With experience and knowledge in the coordination of decision making, marketing, and fundraising, Josh brings a well-rounded understanding of how to effectively and successfully attain positive results. Josh’s work includes instruction of AIARE avalanche safety courses, he is a competitive professional big mountain skier, manager for the Giro CO athlete team, judge for the Freeride Junior World Championships in Kappl, Austria, and he serves on the International Freeskiers & Snowboarders Association (IFSA) board of directors as the Director of Development & Training. For the past thirteen years, Josh has also worked a 9 to 5 as the Hydroelectric Foreman at the 111-year-old Shoshone Hydroelectric facility, which has helped keep the lights on and the water flowing west.Josh is passionate about being in the outdoors and enjoys everything the outdoors has to offer, especially mountains covered in snow. He has climbed and skied theBell Chord couloir, mountain biked the 140-mile Kokopelli trail in two days, and plans on experiencing many more new adventures. Josh is looking forward to the new venture with TRCS and is honored to join and serve on the TRCS board.
Lexie Clark-Kimmel is an early childhood special educator working for Eagle County Schools. She has been in early childhood education for over 20 years as a teacher, leader, mentor, and early interventionist. Lexie has a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and Special Education from Metropolitan State University, and obtained a Master's degree in early childhood special education, with a special emphasis in social-emotional development and challenging behavior from the University of Colorado Denver. Lexie has been an adjunct professor at Colorado Mountain College, teaching early childhood courses. In her free time, she enjoys crafting and gardening and hanging out with her husband and daughter, who is a TRCS student. She is very excited to serve on the TRCS board!
Jocelyn Kochevar, a Colorado native, has lived in the Roaring Fork Valley for nearly 30 years. She spent 17 years working in public education; 10 years as a high school teacher and 7 as a high school counselor. During this time Jocelyn was an active member of the school’s senior management team and the extended leadership team, and played an instrumental role in managing school processes, decision making and planning. Jocelyn has a Bachelor's degree from Colorado State University and a Master’s degree from Colorado Mesa University. Currently Jocelyn is a realtor with Keller Williams in Glenwood Springs, and resides in New Castle with her husband and two children who have been a part of the TRCS community since 2016.