Vicki Wrey has lived in Colorado her whole life. She has been a member at large of the Arc of Colorado board of directors for over 5 years and a member of People First of Denver for over 10 years, most recently as President. Vicki is currently the Historian for Speaking for Ourselves Colorado. She is currently on the Self Advocates Becoming Empowered Board representing region 3.
Heidi Haines has been with The Arc of Colorado since 2012. Heidi works as the Projects Coordinator and also serves as an advisor to the People First chapter in Denver. Heidi has long demonstrated a passion for disability rights, and understanding of the critical issues and the desire to collaborate with a wide range of advocacy and community groups in the state of Colorado and nationwide. In 2013 Heidi was admitted membership to The National Conference of Executives of The Arc (NCE).
Renee Buteyn is a half-time Health Care Educator and half-time Adult Advocate at Advocacy Denver. She graduated from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, majoring in Sociology with an emphasis in Social Justice and Inequality. Before coming to work at AdvocacyDenver in May of 2014, Renee divided her time between interning on a sustainable farm in Northern California, and working in Denver at an Adult Day Program. She is passionate about community, healthy living, and equal rights amongst all populations.
Kaley Day is an Advocate for Adults at Advocacy Denver. She is a graduate of the University of Denver, majoring in Strategic Communication with an emphasis in nonprofit organizations. Kaley, a Colorado native, has an older brother with disabilities and has grown up in the advocacy community. She has been with the organization since 2011 and previously served as the Coordinator for Communication and Grant Development.