Why does home matter to our staff?

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Kelly Evans

Executive Director

kevans@n2n.org

970-488-2363

Home is where my family helps one another grow and be the best we can be.

Home is a safe, comfortable place I share with my family.  It is a place to be the best version of yourself and help those you love to do the same.

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Jenny Maeda

Deputy Director

jmaeda@n2n.org

970-488-2361

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Stephanie Alley

Resident Services Manager

salley@n2n.org

970-488-2372

When I think of home, I am reminded of the memories that have been created with my family and friends.  It is a place where we can enjoy each other’s company, work through difficult situations, or just be silly without onlookers thinking we are crazy!

Home is where I can reset and remind myself who I am and who I want to be.

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Stephanie Campbell

Admin/Accounting Assistant

scampbell@n2n.org

970-449-4790

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Brooke Cunningham

Philanthropy Manager

bcunningham@n2n.org

970-488-2373

Home means always having a place to take refuge after a hard day, a place to celebrate the good days, and a place to set intentions at the start of a new day. Home is my favorite spot on the couch and knowing that there will always be open arms waiting there for me.

Home to me is one of the only places that I can be my utmost self.  All of my achievements, secrets, goals, creativity, and imagination lie in my home.

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Giavanni Heflin

Lead Housing Counselor

gheflin@n2n.org

970-494-9705

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Joshua Johnson

Accountant

jjohnson@n2n.org

970-488-2364

Home is the place where you belong, where you can gather with family and friends and share life’s memories.

Home is my happy place, it’s where I feel safe, cozy and at peace. Not only is home my safe haven, but for me, home is about who I share it with. It is where memories are created with my loved ones.

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Suzie Knuppel

Leasing Consultant

sknuppel@n2n.org

970-488-2378

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Morgan Krueger

Portfolio Manager

mkrueger@n2n.org

970-488-2365

Home to me is a sense of security.  I did not have secure housing growing up and I have fought hard to make that a priority and goal for my family.  I understand the stress of housing need, especially in Fort Collins.  It gives me great peace of mind and security knowing I finally secured housing for my children by purchasing my first home in 2017!

Home to me is not a specific place, but people that will love and support me no matter how big my hopes and aspirations are.
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David McElwreath

Housing Counselor

dmcelwreath@n2n.org

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Miranda Minton

Homeownership Advisor

mminton@n2n.org

970-488-2374

Home is the foundation where my family can feel secure, maintain stability, find comfort and come together.  Home is the springboard of life and a sanctuary for my family.  My children say that home is their favorite place to be.

Home is where I can let my guard down and be any version of myself. It is a place to be goofy, serious, sad, excited with no judgement from the outside world.

Peri Mueller

Community Engagement Coordinator

pmueller@n2n.org

970-818-2156

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Tony Pastrana

Maintenance Technician

tpastrana@n2n.org

970-488-2371

Home is the place where I am able to be comfortable and secure in my being.  It is a place where my family can grow and bond together, where peace and happiness can be enjoyed and expressed.

A home allows individuals the chance to thrive and access their full potential.  This is why my home acts as an anchor for my family.  It’s foundation not only shelters us from the cold, but it also ensures that my kids can focus on being kids.

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Alea Rodriguez

Program Manager

arodriguez@n2n.org

970-488-2382

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Alan Simon

Maintenance Supervisor

asimon@n2n.org

970-488-2371

Home is a retreat where I go for shelter and security.  Home is also where the heart is, and I go there to find the people I love the most.

Home matters to me because it the place where I am free to be myself. Home is a safe haven filled with love, comfort, support and dreams for the future.

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Morgan Stratton

Housing Counselor

mstratton@n2n.org

970-488-2383

Housing Assistance Coordinators

Robert Ballantine

rballantine@n2n.org

For me, home means a place I can freely express myself and safely put my feet up.

Colin Cramer

ccramer@n2n.org

Having a home is an essential human need. A home is the basis for safety, security, personal identity, growth, and personal development. Everyone deserves to have a place to call their home.

Mallory Devore

mdevore@n2n.org

Home is what I call my “safe space”. Therefore, it is a space where I can be my most authentic, vulnerable self while feeling safe within my environment.

Alicia Johnson

Bilingual

ajohnson@n2n.org

Home is the sound of peace wrapped in sheer protection.
Home is the magic of laughter that fills the air.
Home is the connection of hearts pulsing to the beat of love.

Courtney Knotts

cknotts@n2n.org

Home means stability and safety, both mentally and physically.

Mistie Trefry

mtrefry@n2n.org

Home is a place:
Of refuge.
To connect.
To Rebalance.
To Release.
To create.
To be.

Elsa Turner

eturner@n2n.org

Home means a place I can feel comfortable and safe with my family.

Lexi Valenti

avalenti@n2n.org

Home is a place where I feel safe from the elements and the world at large, an oasis of comfort where I can be myself and welcome others to do the same.

Rachel Williams

rwilliams@n2n.org

Home to me means comfort, safety and security. Home is a haven where you can be your true self. Home is where you should find peace and quiet in the midst of a crazy world.

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