Administrative Staff

Tahverlee Anglen

Office Administrator

Heather Willets

Meghan Davis

Office Administrator

Training Staff

Exercise Specialist

Justin Larson

Colorado State University

B.A Health and Exercise Science

Exercise Specialist

Alex MacNabb

University of North Texas

Kinesiology

Exercise Specialist

Brian Ashbee

University of Colorado

Exercise Science

Exercise Specialist

Matt Roath

Central Connecticut State University

Exercise Science

Integrative Therapists

Massage Therapist

Aimee Godin

Acupuncturist

Cassandra Krug

Chiropractor

Dr.  Robert Meyer

 

Acupuncturist

Jan Ruscio

Board of Directors

Board Chair

Julie Wagner

Former Tax Manager for Local and National public accounting firms in Colorado, Arizona & Montana

 

I first became involved with SCI Recovery Project in 2008 when my husband, Mark, a high level quadriplegic, began working out at the facility. While our primary reason for coming to SCI Recovery Project was Mark's health and recovery, I soon learned it was a place where I could find support, too. SCI Recovery Project benefits the entire SCI community and we are lucky to have such a wonderful program in our area. As I watched the organization grow,ᅠ I volunteered to help manage the financial piece of the organization, and became involved in the fund raising activities surrounding our Hops for Hope event. My role was expanded and formalized when I became the Treasurer of the Board in 2010, and was honored to be voted Chairman in January 2014.ᅠ I look forward to helping the organization continue on its mission to  improve the lives of people suffering with paralysis in our community, and beyond.

Board Secretary

Joe White

CJ Powell

Board Treasurer

Board Member

Dr. Len Wisneski

Board Member

Brad Schoenthaler

Contact Information

Phone:  (303) 286-0918

Address:  866 East 78th Ave Denver, CO 80229

Our Mission

In order to inspire hope, independence, and recovery,  SCI Recovery Project strives to optimize the level of physical and emotional wellness for those impacted by spinal cord injury through progressive, evidence-based adaptive exercise techniques, alternative health and wellness programs, and the cultivation of creative community partnerships.