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PIFP Advisory Board

Colorado College’s Public Interest Fellowship Program (PIFP) is an alumni-supported and alumni-driven program. The Advisory Board is comprised of Colorado College alumni who have experience in the nonprofit sector (more than 200 years, collectively!), as well as representatives from the faculty and from key campus departments, such as Alumni Relations and the Career Center.The PIFP Advisory Board is responsible for:

  • Selecting partner organizations each year
  • Screening and pre-qualifying fellowship candidates for each partner organization
  • Supporting fellows with networking and training opportunities
  • Programming decisions

PIFP Alumni Advisory Board

Heather Carroll '89
Heather Carroll '89
President and Executive Director Joseph Henry Edmondson Foundation

Alan Gottlieb '79
Alan Gottlieb '79
Write.Edit.Think. LLC

Mindy Klowden '94
Mindy Klowden '94
Director, Technical Assistance, National Council on Behavioral Health

Kari Kwinn
Kari Kwinn '03
Nonprofit consultant/
Small business owner

Paul Lhevine '90
Paul Lhevine '90
Swallow Hill Music

Jessie Pocock '08
Executive Director
LEAD Foundation

Linda Reiner '87
Linda Reiner '87
Vice President
Caring for Colorado

Natalie Triedman
Natalie Triedman '12
Policy Analyst, Colorado Health Institute

Wade Buchanan
Wade Buchanan '83

Former President
Bell Policy Center

Jason Callegari
Jason Callegari '07
Program Officer
Temple Hoyne Buell Foundation

Kelly Hall
Kelly Hall '06
Development Officer
Centura Health

Emily Wattman-Turner
Emily Wattman-Turner '12
People Ops Specialist

Campus Advisory Board

Andrea Culp
Andrea Culp
Career Coach
Colorado College Career Center

Lani Hinkle '83
Lani Hinkle '83
Public Interest Fellowship Program

Jeff Livesay
Jeff Livesay
Professor Emeritus of Sociology
Public Interest Fellowship Program

“PIFP is a wonderful way to connect with fellow alumni and get involved with Colorado College in a significant way, while working toward systemic change.”

--Mindy Klowden ‘94

Development Director, Jefferson Center for Mental Health and PIFP Advisory Board Member

PIFP is affiliated with The Alumni Network, a group of colleges and universities that have similar alumni-supported programs in the public service sector. For more information on The Alumni Network, go to

Lani Hinkle, Director
Public Interest Fellowship Program