Dylan strives to provide students at TGS with a rigorous and relevant science curriculum, giving students opportunities to engage in authentic scientific inquiry and build 21st-century skills.
Throughout her career, Mary Kay has been dedicated to bringing together the best services and instruction for students so they have the opportunity to grow to their fullest potential.
As Director of Admissions & Public Relations, Lea Anne brings over 16 years of experience working and volunteering in the field of autism and education. This experience allows her to...
Since 2001, Ryan has taught middle and high school students in a variety of charter, private, and special education settings. Ryan brings skills in curriculum development and differentiation, and a...
Maura has worked with individuals with learning and developmental disabilities in Colorado for eight years. She has worked with mild to severe children on the autism spectrum between the ages...
Nicole believes in leading students on creative ventures that increase their confidence and tolerance, and develop their ability to persevere through interesting challenges and group work.
As clinical faculty in the Department of Speech, Language, Hearing Science at the University of Colorado Boulder, Amy’s focus has been early childhood communication development, with a particular interest in...
Board of Directors
B.A. (Hon.), Political Science, Columbia College, Columbia University
J.D., Columbia Law School
Jason is a partner in the Trial Group at the Denver law firm Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP, where his practice focuses on business and securities litigation. He also is active in pro bono matters that seek broad social or community impact. Jason lives in Louisville with his wife and two children, one of whom is a student at TGS.
David is the Vice President of Education at Boulder robotics maker Sphero Inc. At Sphero, David works with a team of technologists and teachers to bring robotic toys to life through play and creative expression. Sphero’s robots are used in thousands of schools worldwide to help teach kids skills that range from problem solving to programming. David lives in Arvada with his wife Katy and three boys Makai, Murphy, Munro and their dog Ernie.
Sarah Treharne – Board Member
M.A., Speech Language Pathology, University of CO
Sarah serves as a bilingual speech-language pathologist for Rocky Mountain Autism Center. In addition to her SLP credentials, she holds a B.A. from Virginia Tech, and an M.A. from Indiana University. After completing a Fulbright Grant in Uruguay and practicing early intervention in Virginia, Sarah settled down in Wash Park with her husband Andy and their dog Buster. With the birth of her daughter in August, 2014, she has recently added parenthood to her distinguished list of accomplishments!
Karen Williams – Board Member
Masters of Nonprofit Management, Regis University
B.S. Occupational Therapy, Colorado State University
Karen is the Associate Clinical Manager of outpatient Occupational and Physical Therapy services at Children’s Hospital Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. Her areas of passion include multidisciplinary evaluation and treatment of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. She is also very interested in the growth and development of nonprofit organizations. Karen lives in Denver with her family.
David Hazen, M.A.
Co-founder, Temple Grandin School
Former assistant principal, Peak-to-Peak K-12 Charter School
VP, Creative Director
Cactus Marketing, Denver, CO
Millenicom, Inc., Portland, OR
Susan Hepburn, Ph.D
Director of Research
Marcy Willard, Ph.D
Brian Wolff, Ph.D
Kathryn Stewart, Ph.D