- Anne Stattelman – Executive Director
- Kim Bowman – Development Director
- Christina Trujillo – Program and Marketing Director
- Meagan Schroeder – Business and Grants Manager
- LaTanya Yarbrough – Supportive Services and Elko Case Manager
- Veronica Gold – Youth Case Manager
- Josette Garcia – Reception & Referral
- Katie Schilling – Rio Sacramento Property Manager
Anne Stattelman – Executive DirectorI had the extreme good fortune after graduating from Loras College in Dubuque, Iowa to spend time overseas with two mission programs in Japan and the Philippines. Amazing lessons and access to transformational leaders continued for me when I came to the Diocese of Pueblo in 1985 as a VIDA Volunteer. In 1987 I worked with a “small group of thoughtful, committed citizens” to incorporate Posada as a grass roots nonprofit dedicated to self-sufficiency for the homeless in Pueblo. Today Posada is an agency that remains committed to advocacy for the poor and homeless population and provides expanded services in the areas of shelter and housing. Working with a dedicated Staff and Board I am happy to be a part of this agency that puts people first in bringing Pueblo home.
Kim Bowman – Development DirectorI joined Posada in October 1991 as a volunteer. When I passed the heartiness test which included cleaning UFO’s from the 112 W. D Street closing, Posada welcomed me as a staffer. Fast forward 24-years, I am a strategically focused housing developer with a comprehensive understanding of community and non-profit development. I develop multi-tiered LIHTC funding packages, ensure ROI, and manage rezoning, land acquisition, housing development, redevelopment and construction management. Through my tenure with Posada, I am well-versed in asset, portfolio and financial management, corporate governance and compliance. While still willing to clean UFO’s, I prefer to host cocktail parties and focus on my favorite letter in the alphabet; S for the SEA, swimming, sailing, SUP!
Christina Trujillo – Program and Marketing DirectorI joined Posada’s staff in 2012 and stand at the forefront in moving the organization forward with the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS.) My mastery of the data tracking system is recognized statewide. I champion Posada’s programs and services to garner community recognition and financial support for the agency. I have built a reputation for refining program models and accurately tracking statistical demographics. I earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications with a Leadership Studies Minor from the University of Colorado Colorado Springs. I have ten-plus combined years working in human relations and as an office administrator. I honorably served my country in the Marine Corps. My Veteran status, coupled with my bi-lingual abilities enhance Posada’s core programs. I specialize in applying my expertise and industry knowledge to increase awareness and support for Pueblo’s indigent and homeless residents. Working as the Director of Marketing and Program I focus on streamlining programs, managing sponsorships and community relations, strategic development and improved services for the organization. When I’m not working, I’m off bowfishing with my husband in the summer and hunting in the fall. We have three adorable fur-babies (two Peekapoo sisters and one Chesapeake Bay Retriever) that definitely rule the house.
Meagan Schroeder – Business and Grants ManagerI joined the Posada staff in July 2016 as the Business and Grants Manager, bringing 9 years of grants management experience to Posada. I have a passion for overcoming the complexities and challenges that come with all grants – Federal, State, Local, Foundation, etc. Through monitoring Posada’s grant expenditures and grant funded activities I ensure compliance with awarded grants and good standing with all funders. I am responsible for billing on all of Posada’s programs, maintaining accurate fiscal records of expenditures, and general accounting. I earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from North Park University in Chicago, IL. I have been fortunate to feed my love of learning about people, culture, and the world through several extended trips overseas including South Africa, Europe, Asia, and Australia where I was completely immersed in each culture. However, nothing has taught me more about life than being married to a wonderful husband and raising our two beautiful children and all the soul searching, fears, and JOY they have brought me over the last seven years.
LaTanya Yarbrough – Supportive Services and Elko Case ManagerAs part of the Supportive Services Team at Posada, I work to link the homeless to emergency services provided by Posada and the greater Pueblo community. I coordinate the intake process and evaluate the needs of individuals and families in crisis and offer referrals to appropriate community agencies. I am responsible for program management of the Elko Family Shelter and assist families in the successful transition from emergency shelter to permanent housing. I work to coordinate the annual Homeless Memorial, the Community Picnic and Take Care Fair, and the Homeless Stand Down. I coordinate a grant with Pueblo Veteran’s Services for Homeless Veterans. I joined the staff of Posada in 1999 and since that time have worked tirelessly to ensure that the needs of the homeless are sustained through fair housing opportunities. I maintain a positive attitude and do my best to foster optimism in all who walk through my door. When I am not wrangling children at the family shelter, I keep track of my own happy and successful family of five children and seven grandchildren and in this stage of my life also care for my mother in my own home.
Veronica Gold – Youth Case ManagerI began my education at Pueblo Community College and obtained my Associates of Arts degree in 2012. I then transferred to Colorado State University – Pueblo immediately after and graduated with a Bachelor’s in Social Work. While working on my degree, I completed my internship with Posada and this is where I discovered my passion for helping. I find fulfillment in assisting others in accomplishing their goals and building on individual’s strengths so they can sustain independent living. I initially joined Posada as a part time staff member in 2014 and became full time in 2015. I assist in administering the Tenant Based Rental Assistance Program, the Emergency Solutions Grant Program and provide case management to homeless youth, families and individuals. I strongly believe that making a difference in someone’s life isn’t defined by brilliance, perfection, being rich, or being beautiful but only by having a caring heart, compassion, and empathy. I hold my family close to my heart, especially my two children and husband. We enjoy camping and fishing whenever the opportunity presents itself.
Josette Garcia – Reception & ReferralI greet all of our clients as they walk through Posada’s door. I answer phones, provide referral information, sort and distribute mail to clients. I also am responsible for a host of administrative duties that keeps Posada running at a smooth pace. Posada in addition to providing personal care items, also offers showers and access to a number of services. I make sure that people who are on the street have what they need to be safe and secure. Everyone who walks through the door gets my time, attention and best effort. I have been an employee with Posada since January 2012. I was born and raised in Pueblo, Colorado and graduated from Central High School. In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my family.
Katie Schilling – Rio Sacramento Property ManagerI returned to my home town of Pueblo, CO after many years of working on the west coast. I began my higher education in Fort Collins earning my Marketing Certificate at Front Range Community College then going on to earn my Bachelor of Science degree in Mass Communications with a minor in Marketing from Colorado State University- Pueblo. I have brought to Rio Sacramento my 13 years of experience in the Real Estate industry as well as my excellent interpersonal skills from working in marketing. I bring pride and passion to the Rio Sacramento community where I truly enjoy interacting with all of the tenants. I take pride in the complex not just being a housing development, but a wonderful community of homes. I am a true and proud Colorado native. During my free time my son and I enjoy everything from yoga, hiking, wake-boarding on the Pueblo Reservoir during the summer and my biggest hobby of all, spending time in the mountains during the winter snowboarding.