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Jodi Brooks Allen
Jodi Brooks Allen is a Regional Sales Director at Trustmark Voluntary Benefit Solutions. She worked 20 years as a TV news reporter and was most recently seen on CBS4 in Denver. She is a founding member of Colorado Save Haven for Newborns. In 1998, Jodi was instrumental in creating Alabama’s Secret Safe Place for Newborns program and in passing Alabama’s legislation which was one of the first Safe Haven laws in the nation.
Jack Cozzens, ex officio member, is a founder and past president of Colorado Safe Haven for Newborns. He is a retired engineer from Lockheed Martin and serves on the board of NET Ministries. His daughter and son-in-law started Wisconsin Safe Place for Newborns, and his son was co-founder of Minnesota Safe Place for Newborns.
Monica Edwards enjoyed a 23 year long career in law enforcement and investigations. She then transitioned into the health and wellness industry. As a Health, Wellness and Fitness Professional, she is able to pursue her passion for making a difference in the lives of others through healthy lifestyle changes, weight loss, and disease prevention.
Daniel Mesch is a 32 year veteran firefighter with West Metro Fire Rescue in Lakewood, CO. He is currently working in the Life Safety Division as an Assistant Fire Marshal. He values serving the community and being able to make a difference in people’s lives.
Neil Rosenberger is a 35-year veteran firefighter who, while on-duty, received one of the first babies relinquished under the Colorado Save Haven law. He is currently Division Chief and Fire Marshal for Fairmount Fire Protection District. Neil is a founding member of the Westminster Fire Victims Benefit Fund and the Public Safety Recognition Foundation. He is also a musician and a member of the Colorado Emerald Society (Police & Firefighter)
Jessica Sidener is the Director of Communications, Programming and Partnerships for Arapahoe Library District. She is part of Leadership Cherry Creek’s Class of 2012/2013, the DTC Rotary and the Public Relations Society of America. She values giving back to the community and has been involved in a variety of organizations, including: YouthBiz, the American Diabetes Association, Denver Press Club and Southeast Christian Church. She has a passion for increasing the community’s awareness of the Colorado Safe Haven Law in an effort to protect babies and help parents.
Wendy Walberg, President, is an attorney and managing member of Walberg Allan. She is a Board Member and Chapter Counsel for RMASIU, an insurance anti-fraud organization, and a Rules Committee volunteer for Colorado Women’s Golf Association.
Linda Prudhomme, Executive Director, has been with Colorado Safe Haven for Newborns since 2006. Prior to that, Linda enjoyed a career in banking and financial institution regulation and as a stay-at-home mom. She loves her job because, “It feels good to do a good job for a good cause. And saving babies is a very, very good cause.”