Kari Fillmore- Executive Director
Kari is one of the original founders of Angel Covers and has a long history of working with abused and neglected children. She has a Masters Degree in Social Work and has made it her life’s work to provide a voice for children who may not have the ability to be heard. In 2004, she won the Congressional Angels in Adoption award for her work with children around the world.
Kari is married with four children, and she enjoys participating in their activities and interests. She also enjoys running, skiing, and most other outdoor activities.
Diana Morrow- Board Secretary
Diana has been employed by Hewlett-Packard Company for 12 years. Currently, she is an Advertising/Marketing Manager for the Enterprise Business group. Prior to that, she worked as a Senior Marketing Manager for Beiersdorf-Jobst, a medical products and medical device company, on their vascular products line. Other professional experience includes various domestic and international marketing roles at Sara Lee Knit Products.
She holds an MBA from the American Graduate School of International Management (Thunderbird). She received her bachelor’s degree in business from Texas Tech along with minors in Economics and International Management.
Diana has been involved with Angel Covers as a volunteer since 2007. She lives in Colorado with her husband, daughter and two cats.
Dottie works for a public accounting firm specializing in nonprofit services and has worked in the accounting field for over twenty years. She recently earned her Master’s Degree in Business Administration (Accounting & Finance major) from Regis University and is currently working on her CPA.
Following her mother’s example, Dottie has looked for opportunities to help others since childhood. She has focused on raising funds for organizations that sponsor research and support children and their special needs. Dottie’s service has also extended into volunteering for her local government to improve her community. Although involved, Dottie found herself desiring a more significant opportunity to make a difference for children and in 2010, she began volunteering (along with her son) for Angel Covers.
Dottie is a Colorado native and loves to spend time in the mountains with her family. She enjoys running, crafts/scrapbooking and working with her husband to remodel their cabin.
Lindsay graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a B.A. in Political Science, with a focus on International Peace Studies. During her time at Notre Dame, Lindsay studied abroad in England, Greece and interned in Uganda, with the Association for World Education, a community-based education organization. While in college, Lindsay worked with the Africa Faith & Justice Network, and the Uganda Conflict Action Network, two groups focused on raising awareness about the challenges facing development in Africa, and advocating for the protection of human rights, with a particular focus on children.
Lindsay grew up in Boulder, CO, but was forced to move to Indiana due to her dad’s job transfer, which only served to give her a greater appreciation for the beauty of Colorado. Almost immediately after graduation she moved from the land of cornfields and settled back in Denver.
Lindsay currently serves as the Foundation Support Coordinator for the David and Laura Merage Foundation, a private family foundation whose impact areas include early childhood care and education and art and community development. Prior to Merage, Lindsay was involved in the legal department of a Denver based private equity firm.
Jennifer currently works as Director of Programs for the Colorado Rural Health Center where she oversees several programs and services for hospitals, clinics, and emergency preparedness in rural Colorado. She earned a Bachelor’s Degree in International Relations and Spanish from Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from the University of Colorado at Denver. Jennifer has previous experience in training, product line development, and health insurance programs for underserved children and families. In her spare time, Jen enjoys traveling, cycling, running, and anything else that gets her out of doing yardwork.