About Our Team

TCRAS is an organization of dedicated individuals who put in countless hours to give so many animals a second chance. Meet the team that makes it happen each and every day.
Lisa Robertson

Executive Director – lisa@tcrascolorado.com

TCRAS is excited to welcome Lisa Robertson as our new Executive Director. Lisa has spent her career in non-profit leadership and association management. She is passionate about non-profit life and is committed to several organizations in a personal way, including the American Heart Association, where she has been a volunteer, donor, and ambassador, and the American Cancer Society, where she served on the Cattle Baron’s Ball committee.

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Lisa earned her experience from such distinguished organizations as Big Brothers Big Sisters, where she served as the Regional Executive Director in Waco, Texas; the San Antonio Children’s Museum – a state of art, 65,000 square foot, $50 million facility, where she served as their fundraiser specialist and event planner; the Bexar County Medical Society Foundation where she was the Executive Director and worked on their medical scholarship program, and the Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association where she served as the Chief Operating Officer.

Additionally, community support is very important to Lisa and she has been very active the communities she has lived in. She served on the Board for the West San Antonio Chamber of Commerce. She volunteered for the Library Foundation, San Antonio Tourism Council, Bexar County Emergency Preparedness Committee and the International Committee. Lisa is active in her Rotary club, Sertoma, Young Professionals, she sits on the Poverty Solutions steering committee and she has volunteered for the Heart of Texas Urban Garden Coalition.

While Lisa hails from south Texas, she is a long-time lover of Colorado, having spent her summers here with her family. She has an 11 year old Siberian Husky named Skye – who loves long walks and belly rubs. In her spare time, she takes her mother on adventures and enjoys baking delicious pastries.

She is thrilled to now call Colorado home and is eager to become an active member of this community. She is dedicated to providing the highest level of care to the animals in our shelter and to learning more about the Teller County area. We are lucky to have her and look forward to her experience and dedication helping us reach even greater heights! 

Angela Davis

Director of Operations
angie@tcrascolorado.com
Angie grew up in a military family and spent time in California, Hawaii, Illinois, Texas and beautiful Colorado! For over 27 years Angie has been a part of animal welfare. She began volunteering at a wildlife rehab center at age 14, had the privilege of serving as the Director of Operations at Foothills Animal Shelter in Golden, CO. and as a TNR Coordinator for HSPPR in Colorado Springs, CO.

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Angie has an amazing husband, of 10 years and together they have a blended family of four adult children and four grandsons that they love dearly. Their furry family includes two dogs, three cats and a horse (Jazzy May). All of them rescued. Angie desires to live life to the fullest and enjoys hiking, walking, horseback riding, motorcycling, traveling, music, dancing, shopping, playing with children and animals and anything where she can learn and enjoy the gifts of life..
Jodi Waters

Director of Development
volunteer@tcrascolorado.com
I am a Colorado native!! As a child, I spent many happy days exploring with my brother at our family cabin in Florissant. I graduated from Colorado State University (Go Rams!) with a B.S. in Construction and Interior Design with an emphasis on Public Relations and held many positions in the corporate world in Business Development at a local hospital, Senior Pharmaceutical Sales Consultant and Real Estate Broker.

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I vowed that once I left the corporate world, I would never go back! In order to fulfill 2 of my passions at once, I started a dog running business and spent several years running the trails with so many furry friends.

We moved to Woodland Park in 2000 because we wanted to raise our family in a small town. I am fortunate to have a wonderful, funny & supportive Husband and 2 amazing daughters that are the light of my life. We enjoy living in the mountains as it provides us the opportunity to trail run, camp, ski, mountain bike and just enjoy nature as a family. Most weekends, you will find me driving all over creation to watch my daughters play soccer! We have 2 rescue pups, Koa & Doolin and they bring so much joy to our family with their happy spirits and funny antics!

I have always gravitated towards animals as my passion lies in helping as many as possible. I would have a houseful if I could! I was so fortunate to come across an opportunity at TCRAS and I’m thankful every day to work with such amazing co-workers as the Volunteer, Grant and & Donor Coordinator and it is my DREAM JOB! I invite you to come in and tour TCRAS, meet our shelter guests and see what our Volunteer program has to offer. Our volunteers have a direct impact on each of our shelter guests regardless of the area they volunteer in and there’s no better feeling than that.

Amy Elmont

Public Relations Representative
amy@tcrascolorado.com
Amy has loved animals since she was very young – her first cat was there the day she came home from the hospital and she tried to make sure every day since has been filled with 4-legged, furry friends.  She lives with her fiancé, Charlie Ortega and her daughters, Brianna and Kyra. Charlie’s son, Aaron, is with them part-time as well. They share their home with two cats and two dogs who keep everyone entertained.

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Amy started volunteering at TCRAS in early 2016 and then began working part-time as a kennel tech and then transitioned to Public Relations Representative in May 2016. Amy is grateful to be part of the amazing team of people and the work that they do at TCRAS. “The shelter is such a positive and loving place. The people are wonderful and it is such a blessing to be able to spend time getting to know the animals and helping them find the right home to live out the rest of their days.”

Alina Rollins
Administrative Support Staff
office@tcrascolorado.com

Stacy Brainard
Lead Animal Care Technician

Kathy Bovanizer
Animal Care Technician

Carole Casner
Animal Care Technician

 

Kathleen Morand
Animal Care Technician

Eric Rice
Animal Care Technician