Sonia is a graduate of Colorado Christian University. She has a BA in Social Science. During her time there she was involved in a homeless ministry in downtown Denver. Her passion is helping people achieve their potential. Her hobbies include eating good food, carpentry, and fishing. She lives in Littleton, CO with her wonderful husband and two dogs.
David is a graduate from CCU with a BA in Theology and received his Masters in Counseling from Denver Seminary. He met his beautiful wife Sonia while attending a CCU homeless ministry. He enjoys coffee, writing, reading, fishing and hiking. He and his wife love working and being involved with the Cafe and living in Colorful Colorado!
Suzanne has found CAFE 180 to be an excellent way to combine her 22 years of experience in off-premise catering with her 12 years of nonprofit experience at the Susan G. Komen Foundation. She holds a BA in organizational management communication as well as a degree in culinary arts.
When Suzanne is not at CAFE 180, she is traveling, taking photos, and cooking/entertaining at home.
Sarah has a BA from Cal State in education with an emphasis in urban learning. Sarah has been on the One Good Turn team for 6 years and after successive, quick promotions, Sarah moved from Volunteer Coordinator to Executive Director of One Good Turn in 2012. With her experience in teaching and now in non profit management along with her love for people she is perfectly suited for this job. She is a mom to two boys and loves it! Sarah loves living in Colorado and enjoys being outside as much as possible. Sarah and her husband Colin currently reside in Centennial, Colorado.
Libby is a licensed clinical psychologist and the former Executive Director of ARTS (Addiction Recovery Treatments Services), an agency similar to a nonprofit that is part of the University of Colorado School of Medicine. She currently develops and supervises CAFE 180 partnerships with the ARTS Culinary Training Program, The Haven, Peer One, and the Denver Family Institute to provide counseling, case management and culinary training.
When Libby is not working feverishly on her laptop researching information on how to benefit the community, she is playing tennis, caring for her two teenagers, and trying to find her iPhone, which she misplaces about 20 times a day.
Julie Mihevc earned an MA in social work at the University of Denver and is an ordained deacon in the Anglican church. She is currently serving at Wellspring Church located near historic Englewood. She has many ties to the local community through her work with homeless and other disenfranchised populations, as well as her work with faith-based partner agencies.
When she is not eating the mixed berry salad at CAFE 180, she is practicing martial arts, reading, or white water rafting with her husband and two children.
Julie is now working as our HOUSING 180 Director to help provide affordable housing for those in need. Visit our website at www.housing180.org.
Catherine is curious about people...which isn't hard to conclude once you know she has a BA in psychology from the University of Texas and an MA in counseling from Denver Seminary. She is known around the cafe for her questions, particularly, "what if?"
As founder, she provides vision and oversight for CAFE 180. When she is not dreaming about the next idea with a friend at CAFE 180, she is laughing with friends, traveling, or sipping tequila.