Our Board of Directors
The ACL's Board of Directors comprises up to 15 volunteers, including self-advocates and a number of parents of adults with IDD. They review the organization's activities, oversee financials, review expenditures and prepare for future needs. Our board oversees our alignment with Arc US, and ensures our continued focus is on fulfilling our mission. There are 6 active board committees and each board member participates on a committee. Board members participate in an annual retreat and 100% of the board makes a financial contribution to the agency. Our board terms are three years with a two term limit. The Executive Director oversees all operations and reports to the board monthly. The ED is also a member of each committee.
Board Executive Committee
Cynda Collins Arsenault, Co-President firstname.lastname@example.org
Mary Hagler, Co-President email@example.com
Mark Doherty, Vice President firstname.lastname@example.org
Jane Russell Miller, Secretary email@example.com
Ellen Burnes, Treasurer firstname.lastname@example.org
Angie Roman Staiger, Past President email@example.com
Merrill Glustrom firstname.lastname@example.org
Lucy Littlefield email@example.com
Juli MacKenzie firstname.lastname@example.org
Mario Sanchez email@example.com
Lindsey Anderson firstname.lastname@example.org
Karen Zeid email@example.com
Robert Enderson firstname.lastname@example.org
Marc Cowell email@example.com
Join the ACL Board of Directors
Make a difference in the lives of local people with IDD! We accept applications throughout the year. For more information, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
ACL Board Committees
To learn more about the ACL Board Committees, please contact Ailsa Wonnacott at email@example.com
Public Policy Committee
Community Outreach Committee
Board meetings are open to the public and held on the fourth Thursday of the month, 6pm-8pm, at Sister Carmen Community Center, 655 Aspen Ridge Dr, Lafayette, CO 80026.
Please check our calendar for possible schedule changes.
We are a federally tax-exempt organization and must file with the IRS each year. This allows the IRS and the general public to evaluate our operations; it includes information on our mission, programs, and finances.