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 18 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.
Stacie Robertson, Program Manager
Stacie joined Coal Creek Meals on Wheels with ten years of healthcare experience. Her dedication to serving seniors and at-risk members of the community continues as she helps to fulfill the CCMOW mission. She is passionate about utilizing her skills in health care to assist in meeting the unique challenges that our community members face.
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.
Ana Arias, Director of Community and Latino Engagement
Directora de Enlance Comunitario y Participación Latina
With a fire-in-the-belly to serve underrepresented populations, Ana has been honored to engage with Latinos, seniors, at-risk kids and with special needs, low-income and homeless individuals in Colorado, Maryland, and Virginia.
Costa Rica-born and USA-raised, she’s worked in communications, outreach and engagement, cultural competence, partnership and financial development for municipal, non-profit, tech, publishing, and entrepreneurial organizations. She believes in community, healthy food (she once owned and co-staffed an organic mobile crepe cart in CO), humor and being good on the planet. Ana is thrilled to be part of Coal Creek Meals on Wheels and committed to building respectful, meaningful relationships with diverse Latino individuals, businesses and organizations of Lafayette, Erie, Louisville, and Superior.
Ron McPhall, Head Chef
Chef Ron was born in a small town in Northern Michigan called Harbor Springs. He told us that "life and its many wonders led him to school in Upstate New York at the Culinary Institute of America." From there he said he has been "fortunate enough to travel and live from one coast to the next." His career has consisted mainly of senior living cooking opportunities.
Allison Roseman, Sous Chef
Allison began her career working for Arthur Anderson as a Consultant but her love for food eventually led her to culinary school in Los Angeles, CA. Ten years later, after getting married, having two kids and a move to Colorado, she was finally able to pursue her passion. When she is not working in the kitchen at CCMOW, Allison is catering weekend yoga and wellness retreats, making gnomes and spending time with her family. She loves to cook with flavor and will be bring new and exciting dishes to the vegetarian menu!
Zack Johnson, Cold Foods Prep Cook
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.
Josh Taylor, Kitchen Steward
A recent transplant, Josh spent 3 years washing dishes at Graze in East Nashville. They have spent many years in the food service industry as well as volunteering for food not bombs in Nashville. They consider themselves to be a career dishwasher.