Wanderlust
Wanderlust
Wanderlust
"I'm in awe of this organization and every person who makes it happen." 
   -Delivery Client
"I'm in awe of this organization and every person who makes it happen." 
   -Delivery Client
Wanderlust

Our Staff

Lark Rambo, Executive Director

Originally from Wyoming, Lark lived on the East Coast and West Coast before returning to the Mountain West. Lark has more than 20 years of experience working with nonprofit and governmental organizations developing afterschool programs; orchestrating large-scale community service projects; managing a public awareness campaign; and developing robust communications, marketing, and fundraising programs.

Lark earned her B.A. in Liberal Arts from The Evergreen State College in Olympia, WA, and a M.S.Ed from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, PA. 

 

Elaine Scanlon, Volunteer Manager

Elaine has served in non-profit organizations for most of her work life, with the exception of owning a personal chef business for a few years. Also, she has been active in several human service organizations as a volunteer. Her passion is serving good, clean food and ensuring food security within the community. Working with the fantastic volunteers at Meals on Wheels gives Elaine the opportunity to merge her love of community and food.

Molly MacGregor, Administrative Assistant

After spending more than 30 years working as an Executive Assistant, Molly took some time away to be with her children and grandchildren.  She is originally from Michigan but spent most of her childhood in Mexico City.  Living in Colorado now for more than 20 years, she has been involved in organizations that deal with birds of prey, and other animal rescue organizations.  Additionally, she is passionate about photography. Molly hopes that her several years of administrative background will be an asset to the organization.

Amanda Koenig, Development & Communications Coordinator 

Amanda brings nearly seven years of experience in communications, marketing, and public relations to CCMOW. She earned her B.A. in Journalism from the University of Hawai’i at Manoa in Honolulu, Hawai’i, and has enjoyed working in higher education and nonprofit environments ever since. Amanda is passionate about multimedia digital storytelling, nurturing community relations, and supporting community efforts that focus on improving public health and wellness. In her spare time, Amanda loves making fabric art and is also an amateur beekeeper.

Emma Gaulin, Client Service Coordinator

Emma moved from upstate New York to Colorado when she was six.  She spent her youth years in girl scouts and 4-H which instilled the importance of community service at a young age.  Boulder county will always hold a special place in her heart. For the past 8 years Emma has been running a therapeutic riding business, giving horseback riding lessons to children, teens and adults with mental and physical disabilities. Emma also managed a Bed and Breakfast located in the Boulder foothills, overseeing the kitchen, housekeeping, events and guest services.  Before the B&B she was a Business Center Manager for a 64-unit office space building in Louisville, CO. Emma was also involved with developing and supporting a non-profit called Royalty Free Haiti, which offers free music production classes to the youth of Haiti. Emma is looking forward to combining all her experiences for the role of the Client Service Coordinator and hopes to serve the Meals on Wheels community to the best of her abilities.

Paul Larsick, Head Chef

Ohio native Paul Larsick credits his nearly 30-year career and market-fresh style at the stove to culinary pioneers Julia Child, Alice Waters and Joyce Goldstein. After cooking his way through college at DiPaolo’s Fine Cuisine in Oxford, Ohio, Paul moved to San Francisco to be the brunch chef at Greens, the celebrated restaurant at the forefront of the farm-to-table movement. Nine years later, he trekked north to the Sonoma wine country, where he was chef of Beltane Ranch Vineyard and Inn, and then to Washington State, where he spent nearly a decade as executive chef at Port Townsend’s Silverwater Café, and as sous chef at Bon Appétit in Seattle. In his off hours, Paul volunteered for Meals on Wheels and coached high school football. Paul moved to Colorado in 2019 and became chef de cuisine at Sassafras American Eatery. In 2021, he accepted the chef’s position at Ash’Kara, in part because the restaurant embodies his ingrained belief that food is integral to enlightening and unifying people.

Zack Johnson, Sous Chef

Zack brings a wide array of experiences to CCMOW including wildland firefighting, an electrical apprenticeship, and 4 years in the military, in addition to his previous kitchen roles. Zack recently moved to Colorado from Oregon with his wife and was excited to join the CCMOW team to make a difference in the community.

 

 

Alan Sher, Kitchen Assistant

After spending 30 years working in the food industry in sales and marketing, Alan recently retired to pursue his passion for cooking. He has been involved with Boulder's Meals on Wheels for the past nine years,  cooking in the kitchen and serving as a board member. Alan has combined his love for the senior community with his passion for cooking into his dream job at CCMOW.