Holly Reef and Cassandra Sudbeck Are the Newest Members of the RMHS Board of Directors
Rocky Mountain Human Services is excited to welcome Holly Reef and Cassandra Sudbeck to its Board of Directors. Both women have very personal reasons for joining the board and have unique talents and perspectives to offer.
Holly Reef is a Denver-based real estate professional with 20 years of experience in the Colorado housing market. Currently, she is an agent for RE/MAX Professionals and maintains a strong reputation for customer satisfaction. Holly earned her B.S. in business administration and marketing and M.B.A. in international business and management at the University of Colorado. Holly has a strong sense of commitment to the Denver community and is involved with a number of nonprofit organizations, including Project Angel Heart and the Denver Rescue Mission.
Holly grew up in Colorado Springs and is the daughter of a U.S. Air Force pilot. Growing up a part of the military community is what first brought Holly to RMHS. She first connected with RMHS as an event volunteer for Operation TBI Freedom. When the program was transferred to Craig Hospital, Holly was no longer able to volunteer with RMHS, but she remained connected to the mission of RMHS. She looks forward to the working alongside her fellow board members to support RMHS and its work for veterans, children with developmental delays and disabilities, and adults with cognitive and intellectual disabilities.
“I am excited to be a part of this great organization and look forward to seeing how I can be of value to the board.”
Cassandra Sudbeck is a contract paralegal for the City and County of Denver, City Attorney’s Office in the Employment and Labor Law Division. She holds a B.A. in psychology from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and an ABA-approved paralegal certificate from the Denver Paralegal Institute.
Cassandra currently serves on the Colorado Special Education Advisory Council providing input and assistance to the Colorado State Board of Education; advocating for communication, cooperation and partnership with education services providers, children youth, parents and administrators; and serving as a liaison between parents, local government agencies and the Colorado Department of Education Exceptional Student Services Unit.
Cassandra resides in Denver with her family, which includes her husband, son and two daughters. Her youngest daughter, who has Down syndrome, currently receives Early Intervention services. Cassandra feels that her life has new purpose since she and her husband began navigating her daughter’s needs. She is amazed at the breadth of services provided by RMHS and is excited to have the opportunity to support the work of RMHS staff.
"I am honored to serve on the RMHS board and I look forward to serving as a voice for the community."