Meet Our TeamMark LoMurrayFounder, PresidentMark LoMurrayFounder, President firstname.lastname@example.org 701.471.7186Mark LoMurray has been working in the prevention/intervention field for over three decades. He is the founder and director of Sources of Strength. He was also the director of the North Dakota Tribal-Rural Mentoring Partnership, identified as a best practices project and highlighted by the Department of Education as a case study model program. He is a consultant for the National Native American Mentoring Project and a frequent speaker at national conferences on youth and young adult suicide prevention, promoting wellness based connection models. What Helps Mark is spending on the Missouri River with his wife and hunting and fishing with his dog Bella. Scott LoMurrayExecutive DirectorScott LoMurrayExecutive Director email@example.com 701.471.7183Scott coordinates and facilitates trainings with our community partners around the world. He also oversees the day to day operations of the organization and tells a lot of jokes. Scott lives in Lakewood, CO with his wife and 3 adorable children. Scott's go to strength is engaging in healthy activities by getting outdoors and his favorite hobby is growing facial hair at an incredible rate. Dan AdamsDirector of TrainingDan AdamsDirector of Training firstname.lastname@example.org 720.557.5506While finishing his Masters degree in Religious Studies at the University of Cape Town, Dan worked with youth at Rondebosch United Church, helped to create and run a program for awaiting trial juveniles at Pollsmoor Prison, played bass guitar in a folk band, and drank copious amounts of black tea. Since joining Sources of Strength in 2014, he spends time on and off the road training and supporting communities and schools, dabbling as our amateur tech geek, and managing our staff of National Trainers. When feeling anxious or stressed he seeks the sanctuary of Colorado's mountains and forests, plays or listens to music, and reads a book or six. Dan lives in Denver Colorado with his wife Tanya, children Jack and Lexi, and best friend/little dog Esk.Cody SlettenSupport CoordinatorCody SlettenSupport Coordinator email@example.com 701.428.2639Cody is our Support Coordinator and works closely with all of our Adult Advisors. In previous positions, he has worked as a graphic designer at advertising agencies and a church. Family Support is the first thing Cody goes to when he is feeling off. Cody and his wife, Megan have three beautiful daughters and one rather average looking dog.Jaymie SheehanTraining Operations CoordinatorJaymie SheehanTraining Operations Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org 307.380.8777Jaymie is based in the Denver office as the Minister of Magic aka Facilitator of Flow akaTraining Operations Coordinator. After graduating from the University of Wyoming (Go Pokes!), Jaymie jumped into the nonprofit realm and has experience working domestically and abroad. She is delighted to be part of the Sources team and loves that her job allows her to work for an incredible purpose alongside amazing people. When not listening to podcasts, Jaymie can often be found in the middle of a conversation with friends, strangers, or sometimes just herself. What helps Jaymie in difficult times is verbally processing with friends, spending time with family, and of course, listening to more podcasts.Janell AnemaNational TrainerJanell AnemaNational Trainer email@example.com 720.588.9140Janell is a national trainer, based in our Denver office. With years of non-profit community development experience, both domestically and abroad, she is thrilled to join the Sources training team. Healthy Activities, like listening to music on long drives, and getting outside in Colorado, help Janell when she feels anxious. She can often be found taking pictures of her feet in airports, spending time with all the tiny humans who call her auntie, and never leaves home without a book or three in her bag.Mish MooreNational TrainerMish MooreNational Trainer firstname.lastname@example.org 571.247.8364Mish has an MA in Clinical Mental Health and is licensed to practice in Colorado. She has worked as a therapist as well as an art therapy teacher to middle and high school students with diverse learning needs in Denver. She is a National Trainer for Sources, where she still can't believe she could get paid to play games, learn, and laugh with awesome people. Mish's healthy activities include drinking a lot of coffee, running, art, and generously supporting her local Target store with her latest paycheck.Matt HofmeisterNational TrainerMatt HofmeisterNational Trainer email@example.com 612-499-0970Matt is a National Trainer for Sources of Strength working out of the Denver office. Matt is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker Who has worked for child protection, community mental health and has spent his last ten years working in schools directly with students and families as well as at the district level. His healthy activities include trying to dance to live music, playing rugby and creating art. When he is stressed he turns to family, friends and healthy activities to find balance. Carey FranklinNational TrainerCarey FranklinNational Trainer firstname.lastname@example.org 719.237.2096Carey is a national trainer, based in our Denver office. She is passionate about learning new things and working with others to build healthy communities. Carey has years of education experience in Central America and the USA. She is thrilled to be back in Colorado where she enjoys anything outdoors, reading children’s books, and finding sweet deals at thrift stores. What helps Carey when she feels anxious is walking in nature, talking it through with friends, running and meditation.Kelsey HopstadNational TrainerKelsey HopstadNational Trainer email@example.com 425.512.5309Kelsey is a national trainer based in our Denver office. She has years of experience in prevention and mental health promotion. She’s worked closely with communities in her home state of Washington to establish coalitions, strengthen organizational ties, and empower people to bring positive change. She is most excited by building communication and connections between students, staff, and trusted adults. Her healthy activities include playing games, exploring linguistics, and experiencing carbohydrates. She’s also credited as inspiration for the Baha Men’s 2000 hit “Who Let the Dogs Out.”Kristen MusselmanNational TrainerKristen MusselmanNational Trainer firstname.lastname@example.org 703-297-7012Kristen is a National Trainer in the West Wing of our Denver office. After graduating from the University of Virginia, Kristen dove into as many people-focused, hands-on experiences as she could, working with people experiencing homelessness, victims of trafficking overseas— and even dabbling in winemaking! Prior to Sources, Kristen spent the last few years guiding for a wilderness therapy company, where she led backpacking trips, coached teens in survival and therapeutic skills, and had a ton of fun living outside She loves to fill her own cup by playing outside, relaxing on her porch with a book, petting dogs, and trying to finish her latest projects. What helps her most? Yoga, writing, and talking it out with family and friends.Olivia DarringtonOffice & Materials ManagerOlivia DarringtonOffice & Materials Manager email@example.com 3039125789Olivia graduated from Colorado State University with a bachelor's degree in Human Development and Family Studies and a concentration in Intervention and Prevention Sciences. With this, her goal was to work in suicide prevention, which wonderfully landed her at the one and only, Sources of Strength. Here, Oliva coordinates our inventory and shipping systems and provides administrative support to our Denver office. When not in the office, her 115 pound Alaskan Malamute, Mowgli, will always be found by my her side. Olivia enjoys taking him on runs (even though at times he is the one running her), spending time with family and friends, and enjoying the outdoors. In times of stress, what helps her most is plugging in headphones, turning on a good song, and journaling this acts as her own, personal therapy session.