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Karla Grazier, President/CEO

Karla Grazier

President/CEO
Karla Grazier became president and CEO of Goodwill in Colorado Springs in August 2010, and of Goodwill of Colorado in May 2019, reflecting the expanded scope of the merged Colorado Springs and Denver Goodwill organizations. The merger is the largest in the history of the Goodwill network with a combined budget of over $150 million.
In addition to her role as President and CEO of Goodwill of Colorado, Grazier serves or has served on several community, state, and national boards and committees — including those of the Employers Council, Memorial Hospital, Chamber and Economic Development Council of Colorado Springs, the Pikes Peak Workforce Investment Board as lead independent director and audit committee chair for the board of directors of 5Star Bank and on the Board of Trustees and Treasurer of the Colorado Springs School.
In 2013, Karla was elected to the board of directors for Goodwill Industries International (GII), a $6 billion international organization, first serving as treasurer, then as vice chair, and in June 2018 completed her term as GII Board Chair. She currently serves on several GII board committees. In 2016, Karla was awarded GII’s Matthews Entrepreneurial Award and the Watkins Award for Mission Advancement and was the 2019 recipient of GII’s Kenneth K. King Outstanding Management Award for Executive Excellence, presented to a Goodwill CEO who demonstrates outstanding leadership and accomplishments. In 2019, Karla was recognized with the Athena Award, presented to an outstanding businesswoman who inspires others through her professional accomplishments, mentorship and community service.
Karla holds a BA from Notre Dame and an MBA from Indiana University and served as an adjunct lecturer in the graduate schools of Yale University and New York University.

Tom Wildenberg

Tom Wildenberg

Chief Financial Officer
Tom Wildenberg was hired as Goodwill’s Chief Financial Officer/CFO in February 2019. Prior to joining Goodwill, Tom served as CFO for the retail divisions at Vail Resorts and his extensive financial, retail and strategic planning experience closely align with Goodwill’s diverse operations and mission focus.

Tim Cooper

Vice President, Operations & Sales
Tim Cooper became Vice President of Operations and Sales of Discover Goodwill in August 2017 after working 7 years in senior leadership with Goodwill of Central and Southern Indiana.

Denise Krug

Vice President, Workforce Development and Community Programs
Denise Krug has held many positions at Discover Goodwill over the past 40 years. She currently supervises all workforce development, community programs and contracts divisions, and manages a budget of over $29 million annually.

Bonnie Martinez, Vice President, Marketing & Development

Bonnie Martinez

Vice President, Marketing & Development
Bonnie Martinez joined Discover Goodwill in June 2012 as Vice President of Partnerships. Since then, her role has expanded to include oversight of Marketing, Communications, Development and Volunteer Services.

Lorrie Molli

Vice President, Innovation and Strategic Planning
Lorrie joined Discover Goodwill in 1987. She served four years as Director of Public Relations and 26 years as Vice President of Operations and Sales. During her years in Operations, Lorrie helped grow Goodwill’s customer-focused retail operation from $4.5 million to nearly $30 million annually keeping Goodwill competitive in both the traditional and thrift retail markets.

Gary Smith

Gary Smith

Vice President, Human Resources, Organizational Development and Contracts
Gary Smith joined Discover Goodwill in December 2008 to implement and manage the Corporate Training and Development function. His role was later expanded and he was promoted to Director of Learning and Continuous Improvement. In April, 2016, Gary became the Vice President of Human Resources, Organizational Development, and Continuous Improvement.

Grace Harrison

Grace Harrison

Governing Board Co-Chair
Grace Harrison has been an active real estate broker, developer and entrepreneur along Colorado’s Front Range for the past 12 years. With her passion for hospitality and excellent customer service, Grace has established Peak Place, a neighborhood cafe, Hold Fast Coffee Co, a wholesale coffee roastery, and ALMAGRE, a wedding and events venue and cocktail bar, all located in the heart of Colorado Springs.

Jennifer Wozniak

Jennifer Wozniak

Governing Board Co-Chair
Jennifer leads the corporate communications function for Xcel Energy’s operating companies across Colorado, Texas, and New Mexico, focusing on reputation management. Jen also owns her own business – She’s A Rainbow LLC – designing, producing, and marketing handbags made from vinyl records.

Tom Neill

Thomas Neill

Foundation Board Chair
Tom enjoyed a successful career in financial services for more than three decades with First National Bank of Denver, Mid Continent Computer Services, First Financial Management Corporation and Fiserv. Tom, his wife Sue and their family lived in Denver, Atlanta and Milwaukee; after Tom’s retirement from Fiserv in 2011, he and Sue moved back to Colorado. Tom and Sue enjoy golf and spending time with their four children and nine grandchildren.

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