Group Chief Development Officer
Shelley has 15 years of experience helping organizations expand their impact in Denver, Colorado and the United States. She has raised millions at the Foundation for Colorado Community Colleges, the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, Outward Bound USA, the University of Colorado and the Women’s Foundation of Colorado. She is currently the Group Chief Development Officer for Centura Health, Mountains and North Denver Operating Group.
She serves on the Board of Directors of Mi Casa Resource Center and on the President’s Advisory Council at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science. She served one term on the Englewood School Board from 2005 – 2008.
Shelley has a BA in Politics & Government from the University of Puget Sound and a MA in Political Science from the University of Colorado. She is the proud parent of two perfect children.
Director of Development
With more than a decade of experience in growing businesses, Carrie is an expert in creating sales & fundraising strategies and leading teams. She has a diverse background in the private sector as a business owner and entrepreneur, as well as in the nonprofit industry as a development professional and board member. Carrie is a published writer and columnist, with her works appearing in numerous financial publications, as well as Entrepreneur magazine.
Carrie received her bachelor’s degree in political science from The George Washington University, and holds an executive certificate in Transformational Nonprofit Leadership from the University of Notre Dame.
Director of Stewardship
Meagan (Meg) Nicolet came to St. Anthony Health Foundation in July 2014, as a new Development Officer, focusing on corporate gifts, events, social media and communications. Prior to joining SAHF, Meg was an account executive in business development for 9News. Her background in nonprofit organizations, both domestic and international, has included outreach to Uganda, Thailand, and Spain, specifically to benefit exploited women and children.
Meg received a bachelor’s degree in speech studies & communication from Hillsdale College and earned a master’s degree in intercultural studies from Liberty University. A Colorado native, Meg loves exploring the mountains with her husband Mark, whether it’s hiking, skiing or running. Among her proudest accomplishments are summiting Mt. Kilimanjaro and training for the 2014 NYC Marathon on team Project Purple, a foundation that furthers pancreatic cancer research.
Betsy has worked in the nonprofit arena in Colorado for many wonderful organizations – American Red Cross, Rocky Mountain Public Broadcasting, Seeds of Hope, Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic and more. She is thrilled to be working for Centura Health and raising money for our great mission. Her husband Dennis and she have two children in college- Katie and Hank, two dogs – Valentine and Lucy – and two cats – Keeley and Louie.
She holds a Master of Humanities degree from University of Colorado and I've been working in the nonprofit arena for 25+ years.
Kelly Hall joined the Centura Health – CHI Colorado Foundation in June 2015 as a Development Officer. Kelly brings 10 years of fundraising experience to the team having raised millions for Colorado non-profits. Kelly’s experience includes working with organizations focused on civil rights, public transportation, and most recently for public education in Colorado as the Development Director for The Colorado Education Initiative.
Kelly received a bachelor’s degree from The Colorado College in neuroscience and earned a master’s degree in environmentally sustainable business from Prescott College. Kelly grew up in Ouray, Colorado and enjoys climbing, hiking, and skiing Colorado’s mountains with her husband Stephan and their Cocker Spaniel Annie. When she’s not exploring Colorado’s outdoors Kelly volunteers with the food justice nonprofit The GrowHaus.
Roxanne was born and raised in Denver, Colorado. She came to the Foundation from the corporate world in August 2009 and she keeps the office running like a top! Roxanne's welcoming smile is the first thing visitors see, when they come to the Foundation office, and it is obvious to all that she absolutely loves her job.
She and her husband have no children, but always seem to have their nieces and nephews on the weekends. Roxanne enjoys family and friends and looks forward to coming home to her lively puppy every evening.