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Apryl Alexander, PsyD

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Member-at-large

Apryl is the Metrolina Distinguished Scholar in Health and Public Policy at UNC Charlotte. She received her doctorate in clinical psychology from the Florida Institute of Technology with concentrations in forensic psychology and child and family therapy. Dr. Alexander’s research and clinical work focus on interpersonal violence, sexual offending, human sexuality, and trauma-informed and culturally informed practice. She is an award-winning researcher, and her work has been published in several leading journals. Dr. Alexander has been interviewed by numerous media outlets about her research and advocacy work, including The New York Times, Essence, USA Today, and NBC Nightly News. Recently, she received the 2022 Dr. Sarah Burgamy Citizen Psychologist Award from the Colorado Psychological Association and the 2023 Evelyn Hooker Award for Distinguished Contribution by an Ally from the Society for the Psychology of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity. Dr. Alexander also enjoys bringing psychology to the public through popular media. She is a frequent presenter at Denver Pop Culture Con and has previously contributed to Black Panther Psychology: Hidden Kingdoms and Spider-Man Psychology: Untangling Webs. 

Ed Cannon, Ph.D., LPC

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Matthew Baldner

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Member-at-large

Matt is the Regional President for ANB Bank in Denver. With a banking career spanning over 30 years, he has been in leadership roles for the past two decades. Matt has served the community on various boards and for a variety of nonprofits, including the Tennyson Center for Children, the Colorado Garden Foundation, the Rocky Mountain Girls Fastpitch Association, and the New Energy Improvement District for the State of Colorado. He has been actively engaged in fundraising, leadership, advocacy, and organizational restructuring throughout his career. Matt is originally from Iowa and moved to Denver after graduating from Iowa State University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Finance. He is also a graduate of the Graduate School of Banking at the University of Colorado and a proud father of two.

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Andrea Cuddy

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Member-at-large

Andrea studied social work at the University of Nebraska and has spent the majority of her career working for organizations with a youth and/or mental health focus, working in nonprofit leadership and fundraising positions. After serving as the Executive Director of a Child Advocacy Center in rural Nebraska for several years, Andrea decided to move to Denver in 2021. With this move, Andrea shifted her focus to non-profit fundraising, working on two major capital campaigns and program development for two Denver area nonprofits. Andrea is passionate about youth mental health and health equity. Outside passions include the arts, exercise, and fitness.  

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Steven Haden, MBA, MSW, CPRP

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CEO & Founder

Steven is the Chief Executive Officer and Founder of Colorado-based Envision:You. As a mental health and social justice advocate, Steven focuses on the disproportionate burden behavioral health concerns have on marginalized communities, especially those that identify as LGBTQ+. At Envision:You, Steven leads a team committed to addressing the mental health and well-being of individuals from the queer community. The organization is focused on promoting awareness and understanding around mental health to reduce stigma and increase access to care, while ensuring providers receive comprehensive training to meet the unique needs of LGBTQ+ folks. Steven received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Colorado at Boulder, his Master of Business Administration from New York University, and his Master of Social Work degree from Simmons University.

Ed Cannon, Ph.D., LPC

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Chase Huddleston

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Board Chair

With over 10 years of experience in real estate, Chase has a proven track record for making the home buying and selling experience seamless for his clients. After launching a very successful real estate career in Texas, he decided to expand to a second home in Colorado in 2016. As a Certified Relocation Specialist, he is especially inspired to assist clients who are relocating to his newfound home state, as well as those whose real estate needs evolve over time.  Chase is always enthusiastic to share his knowledge with clients. As a member of Capitol Hill United Neighborhoods and the robust networking group, ProVisors, he recognizes the importance of working with an agent who is always building relationships in the community.  Active through volunteering and fundraising, Chase continues to direct awareness to local nonprofits and advocacy groups, including the Mile High United Way, Envision:You, One Colorado, among others. He is a dedicated member of the Colorado History Center, the Denver Museum of Contemporary Art and the Denver Botanic Gardens.

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Jodi Rogers

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Member-at-large

As a fourth-generation Coloradan, Jodi has a deep and unique understanding of the Denver real estate market. But what really sets her apart is her uncanny ability to listen and recognize the unique needs of both home buyers and sellers. Because communication is the most vital part of the real estate process, Jodi maintains a reputation for openness and accessibility. Her specialty is extreme attention to detail, ensuring that the only thing her clients need to worry about is finding the home of their dreams. Jodi is particularly open with her clients from the start, educating them about current market conditions and setting expectations about the buying and selling process. Clients value her systematic approach, a process that translates to happy homeowners.

As a mother, she understands the unique needs of Denver’s urban families. Jodi is also active outside of the home and workplace, managing charity events and giving back to her community.

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