Local Women In Business Spotlight

iHeartMedia of Northern Colorado and Southern Wyoming wants to celebrate women in our community, especially women in business. Below are some of the women in our community that are leaders in the business world as owners or organization leaders:

Jenny Whitaker, AXIS International Academy

Jenny Whitaker is mom to three young French language learners and a French learner herself. She has a strong background in marketing and development and a passion for language learning. Through the founding of AXIS Colorado and AXIS International Academy, she has developed key skills in organizational finance, operations, and school accountability. She joined forces with Kari to found AXIS International Academy in March 2018. Starting a charter school has been an all-consuming endeavor, and she has worked diligently to master critical skills necessary in the role of a charter school business manager. In her (rare) “free” time, she enjoys running, volunteering at community events, and practicing her French.

Sandy Haas, Benchmark Medical Group

Dr. Sandra Valdes Haas, D.C has a BA in Psychology from the prestigious Rollins College in Central Florida. She was President of the CBP® Club and graduated with a Doctorate of Chiropractic Summa Cum Lauda from Life University in 2002. She has over 20 years experience in healthcare and fitness training as well as over 9 years experience in the practice. Dr. Sandy was awarded Chiropractor of the Year for 2005 and is an Advanced Certified Distinguished Fellow of CBP®, a fellowship of the best chiropractic physicians in the country. Dr. Sandy has a passion for fitness and nutrition. Dr. Sandy is an instructor for Chiropractic BioPhysics / CBP®, board member for CBP Non-Profit and also develops software. She is an exceptional leader in her field and has tremendous respect amongst her colleagues. Dr. Sandy has two beautiful children. She enjoys running outdoors and is an exceptional athlete. She loves spending time with her family and has fallen in love with Colorado's weather.

Kristie Fisher, Big Bones Canine Rescue

In 2013, Kristie Fisher founded Big Bones Canine Rescue Service, Inc. It began as a small rescue effort, run by one woman with a huge heart for helping dogs in need. In fact, it really started in the early 2000s when Kristie took her first “rescue” dog under her wing. Over time, friends would comment about Kristie’s heart and encouraged her to turn her boarding facility into a formal rescue operation. With the support of her family, her dream came to fruition and Big Bones Canine Rescue Service, Inc. was formed.

Stephanie Teubner, Blue Federal Credit Union

CEO and President since 2005 and a catalyst for improving community financial services in our region, Stephanie has led Blue through significant growth over the last decade.

Kaycee Headrick, Boys & Girls Club of Larimer County

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Larimer County (BGCLC) has a vision to provide a world-class Club Experience that assures success is within reach of every young person who enters our doors, with all members on track to graduate from high school with a plan for the future, demonstrating good character and citizenship, and living healthy lifestyles.

Bruna Fidencio, Brazilian Finest Skin Care

Here at Brazilian Finest Skin Care, I offer unique facial treatments in a cozy, comfortable, and relaxing environment that will provide you with the ultimate pampering. My spa is a place where your stress is eased away. You will live in your skin your whole life, so let me help you fall even more in love with it!

Jennifer Davis, Ciao! Mobile Pizzeria & Street Food

Originally from North Carolina, I discovered passion for the culinary industry at a young age cooking along side MANY of the women in my family. As a pastry chef by trade, I was afforded the opportunity to travel to and spend time in Italy with my partner. It was there we fell in love with the culture and the cuisine, particularly pizza and the artisan confections of the region. Hence, Ciao! was born! Our mobile pizzeria highlights traditional Neapolitan pizza and Italian deserts all over the Northern Colorado Area.

Jennifer Markiewicz, Colorado Transition Partners

Jennifer has over a decade of experience in management, communications, business development, and executive-level positions in complex organizations. Jennifer brings this expertise along with formal education in business administration to serve as your all-in-one project manager, executive assistant, and business partner for as long as you need.

Kathi Lind, Earle's Loveland Floral & Gifts

Meet Kathi Lind our dedicated Manager here at Earle's Loveland Floral and Gift Shop. Kathi has been here for almost 30 years sharing her passion in serving others! She has been in Northern Colorado for most of her life. Kathi's favorite gift in the shop is Department 56. She prides herself in the delivery of top service to each individual she helps. If you have not yet had the joy of Kathi's help be sure to stop in and meet her very soon! Flowers for any occasion and gifts for all sorts this lady is here to help! Kathi wants every one of our customers to leave here with a smile on their faces and will always give you the attention and care you deserve!

Erin Jones, Facette Medical Spa & Hair Salon

Born and raised in Maryland, Erin Jones received her bachelor’s degree in dental hygiene from Howard University in Washington, D.C. After two years as a hygienist in the D.C. area, she moved to Fort Collins in 1998 and continued along the dental hygiene career path. Shortly thereafter, Erin decided to broaden her education to other areas complementary to the cosmetic portion of facial aesthetics, becoming licensed in medical aesthetics, certified as a laser technician, and obtaining a certificate for Botox and injectable fillers. Also a certified personal trainer, today Erin also enjoys helping people sculpt their entire bodies through proper exercise and nutrition. In addition, Erin has competed in several fitness shows including national-level competitions. During her personal time, she loves being outdoors, working out at the gym, and spending time with her husband, David, and son, Ryan.

Mina Murihead, Facette Medical Spa & Hair Salon

A Registered Nurse since 1997 and aesthetic R.N. since 2005, Facetté co-founder Mina Muirhead has a wealth of aesthetic, injectable, and laser experience. She has trained extensively in advanced techniques to be able to provide her clients with a more youthful, natural-looking appearance. Mina graduated with honors obtaining a bachelor of science degree in nursing from the University of Northern Colorado. Mina brings a wealth of industry expertise to the co-founder position, and has helped open three medical spas all of which have landed in the top 3% of Allergan accounts in the U.S. The 2013 Mrs. Colorado, Mina also previously served as a contributing health and beauty editor for an online women’s magazine based in Europe. Today she is an in-demand instructor of Botox and other injectables, she previously instructed at the College of International Esthetics, and is a member of the American Society of Laser Medicine and Surgery. In her spare time, Mina and her husband enjoy traveling and engaging in a variety of outdoor activities with their two children, Christian and Ashley.

Amanda Wicker, Facette Medical Spa & Hair Salon

Amanda Wicker has created a successful career by combining beauty, wellness, and business. She brings more than 20 years of expertise in management, marketing, events, and wellness to Facetté. Her management experience includes a large wellness gym, a luxury salon, and medical spas. Within less than a year in her position as general manager of the salon and spa, Amanda led the company to its spot as #25 of the top 100 L’Oréal salons in the U.S. and designed and executed a 3,000-square-foot medical spa and barber shop expansion. The thriving salon soon achieved Diamond status as an Allergan account, which put it among the top 3% Allergan accounts in the U.S. She has a keen understanding of the client experience, as well as how to define, market, and grow services while developing and maintaining an internal culture that fosters staff cohesion, culture, and company loyalty. Now, she is sought out by salons and spas to consult on growing their business. When she is not working, Amanda can be found with her three amazing children, Faith, Gabrielle, and Daniel and their activities, traveling, and enjoying all that Colorado has to offer with her friends.

Kim Tarka, Flood The Nations

Founder, Mom of teens, Wife to Matt, Lover of God, Board Treasurer. Since high school she knew she would be married and have a life full of ministry. In many ways it is just the beginning of the adventure! She makes sure every penny goes to the right project and help keep the office running.

Alice Nava, Gifts From The Heart

Gifts from the Heart is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping those less fortunate in our community. We are a non-profit and we collect clothes, shoes, toys, book, baby items and much more for people in need of all ages. Everything is given to us by donations. We are located in Greeley, Colorado. Gifts from the Heart works with many other organizations through-out Weld County

Emily Jorgensen, Grace Upon Grace Project

Emily's roots will always be in Michigan, but she loves being able to call Colorado home. She has been married to her hunk of a husband for five years and they have three of the most amazing children. She believes in showing up for each other. Showing up to share the real, ordinary, and extraordinary parts of life. She thinks the three most beautiful traits a human can possess are grace, rawness and vulnerability. When people possess those traits and if they are willing to do the hard work of leaning in, feeling uncomfortable and owning their stories, they can find their true purpose. When Emily started doing the hard work, she came to the realization that her purpose was to serves others, while giving grace. When people are fully granting grace to others, they are loving them without judgment and accepting them for who they are at that exact moment in time. When people do those two things, they are able to truly show up for each other. It might be hard. It might take courage, but it is the most important thing people can do for each other.

Pam Torchakski, Hand & Stone Massage & Facial Spa

Pam Torchalski is the owner of Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa for the past 4 years. Native of Chicago, she moved to Colorado in 2000. She enjoys helping people relax and take care of themselves during this unprecedented time. She also loves spending time with her family, sailing, travel and skiing.

Glorie Magrum, House of Neighborly Service

Glorie Magrum is the Executive Director of House of Neighborly Service and the Life Center. She is a graduate of Long Beach City College and Eagle Rock University, Long Beach. She worked at Hewlett Packard/DCD Ft. Collins and Loveland’s Reporter Herald Publications before joining the HNS staff. Glorie received the United Way “Collaborator of the Year” award in 2010 and Loveland Rotary Club’s “Community Member of the Year” award in 2012. She is co-chair of Larimer County’s Long Term Recovery Group for the September 2013 flood, a member of the Larimer County VOAD, serves on the Board of Directors of King’s Kids Africa, and multiple community and outreach committees.

Sarah Witherell, Humane Society of Weld County

Sarah Witherell joined the Board of Directors for the Humane Society of Weld County in August of 2017. She works in the human resources field and most recently served as Senior Human Resources Business Partner at PDC Energy, and previously served as the Human Resources Director at Poudre Valley REA. In addition to board service, Sarah is a foster, clinic assistant and animal care volunteer at the shelter. Sarah also serves on the Parks & Recreation Board for the City of Greeley. She is passionate about animal equality and welfare, staying abreast of best in practice trends in the community sheltering field and serving our community animals and their families. Sarah holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Northeastern University, and a Master of Arts degree in Education from Loyola Marymount University. She has lived in Colorado since 2004.

Kathy Day, J.Day’s Appliance

Kathy and her husband Jim own and operate J. Day's Appliance & Mattress in Loveland, CO, celebrating over 25 years in business. They sell Amana, Whirlpool, Maytag, Kitchen Aid, Frigidaire and Speed Queen Appliances. They also carry Serta Mattress's, foundations and bed frames. They service most manufactures appliances and employee factory trained technicians.

Kara Pappas, Larimer Humane Society

Kara Pappas has served the nonprofit sector since 2006, and has 10 years of combined experience at Larimer Humane Society. She adds the responsibility of interim CEO to her existing role as director of development and community relations, which she has held since 2018. Kara has been instrumental in working with the Board of Directors and staff to build important partnerships and help expand the Society’s advancement. Loveland natives, Kara and her husband share their home with adopted dogs, Wyatt, Shelby, and Hope. Kara is proud to work on behalf of an organization that removes animals from harmful situations; that provides animals with a safe, loving “home-between-homes;” and that helps facilitate the human-animal bond.

Jan Chadwick, Lighten Up Electric

As a family-owned company with over 25 years of electrical experience Lighten Up Plumbing, Heating, Cooling and Electric has a simple approach to serving our customers. We put the best tools in the hands of the best people. Our technicians are expertly trained professionals who can quickly diagnose the need, provide you with up front pricing, get the job done right the first time and thoroughly clean the work area.

Mindy McCloughan, Loveland Chamber of Commerce

Mindy McCloughan currently serves as the president and CEO of the Loveland Chamber of Commerce. Before moving to Loveland, Colo. in June 2012, McCloughan served as president to the Lamar County Chamber of Commerce in Paris, Texas. Her tenure covers 20 years of chamber, economic development, community development and tourism. She is a graduate of the Economic Development Institute with University of Oklahoma; Institute for Organizational Management through the American Chamber of Commerce Executives at Colorado College and a Community/Economic Development Institute graduate from the University of Central Arkansas; and the Western Association of Chamber Executives Academy.

Connie Hanrahan, Mantooth Marketing Company

In the industry for over 30 years, Connie has perfected the right marketing mix for success: strategic thinking, a smart game plan, with the right skilled players in place. She has grown Mantooth into a valuable agency for local businesses, and has made it a place for creative, ambitious minds to work. (The fab outings and swag help too!). Connie provides leadership on all Mantooth accounts, starting with her ability to quickly assess clients’ objectives, infusing her thorough knowledge of the local marketplace and of course–putting her imagination to work to develop winning marketing programs. For Connie, Mantooth has truly been a culmination of her love for the community and bringing great ideas to life. Outside of Mantooth, Connie shares her talents and passion with many worthy causes. Currently, Connie serves on the Fort Collins Habitat for Humanity board of directors since 2014, including holding the role of board president for two years, and she advocates for women’s educational success as a member of United Way of Larimer County’s WomenGive program.

Paige Fleener, Many Macarons

My name is Paige and I run Many Macarons. We started this venture in the middle of a pandemic as a hobby and it has turned into so much more. We could really use this spotlight. We are opening a store in Windsor in June 2021. We have grown so much in less then a year. We currently have 4 employees and push out 100 dozen macarons a day. As a mom of 4 (3 girls) We want to show them what hard work is!

Lisa Moore, Massage Heights

Lisa is the owner of a local Massage Heights. Her and her team provide donations to your local non-profit organizations, schools and make many other local contributions. They are active members in your community. They are committed to helping you live life better.

Randi Johnson, Randi Michelle Events

Her passion to bring people happiness, unique events and an unforgettable experience is one to be admired. She goes above and beyond to make her clients vision come true and treats them like family. She strives to connect people, inspire them and lift them up.

Amy Miller & Sherry Mehan, McGraff's American Grill

McGraff's is locally owned & operated, and a permanent fixture of the local community. We seek to combine high-quality food with the casual and relaxing ambience of a neighborhood grill. Our menu provides a diverse array of classic American entrees, appetizers, sandwiches and gourmet pizzas, an award winning happy hour, a full-service bar, and a patio experience that has been voted the best in town.

Betty Aragon-Mitotes, Mujeres de Colores

The Mission of Mujeres de Colores is to elevate the status of women and children through education and leadership. The vision of Mujeres de Colores is for all women of colors to realize their potential. Our organization is inclusive of all backgrounds and composed of woman of diversity in the community. We are committed to building a safe and welcoming place where all people, of all colors, feel part of this community. We look to collaborate with other organizations in the community; we believe together we are stronger. Our service work is committed to help our most vulnerable, the working poor and the low income. Our organization will give woman a platform to address issues that affect them, and through leadership and education help elevate the status of women of all ages.

Christine Forster, My Big Day Events

As a connected collective of experts, My Big Day specializes in the creative touches so many marketing campaigns & events these days are lacking. With superior organization, marketing experience and original ideas, we pull off amazing events and campaigns! Allow us to WOW you and your guests! As purveyors of fun with My Big Day, we support businesses and individuals in the growth of their ideas, events and marketing strategies. Our creative aptitude allows for unique ideas. Our passion for perfection makes every client a priority!

Marcie Kay, My Happy Haven

My Happy Haven is a community based non profit organization, comprised of volunteers dedicated to making a real difference in the life of a woman facing the fear and struggles of a cancer diagnosis. We do this by providing these women with a bedroom makeover, giving them an environment in which to rest peacefully and heal from the effects of the cancer and its’ treatments. We work closely with the woman so we can offer her a bedroom that reflects her personal needs and desires.

Megan Mueller, Ozzie's Body Shop

Ozzie's Body shop, located in Loveland, has been serving Northern Colorado since 1967. It started out as a small operation, and has grown to become one of the largest independently owned repair facilities in Northern Colorado. Our well-trained staff is always here to help you and answer any of your questions. We have over 50 years of auto body repair and collision center experience to learn the finer tactics of auto repair that you just won’t find at a chain collision center. We understand how important your car is to your life, and with our ASE/iCar certified technicians, we work to get your auto body repair and maintenance done quickly and to the highest standards.

Heather Vesgaard, Partners Mentoring Youth

Partners has been serving youth and families since our organization was founded in 1978. Through the years we have continually sought to best meet the needs of our community, and have expanded our programs, service area, and mission to do so. Our Community-Based Mentoring Program was established as an intervention strategy for youth entering the juvenile justice system in Larimer County, and has evolved to more of prevention-based approach to serve kids who are facing risk factors at an earlier stage. When it was clear that we should expand to have offices in Estes Park and Greeley, we did so. When we saw there was a need for more adult support in schools, we created our School-Based Mentoring program in conjunction with local school districts. When our community was at-risk of losing important universal prevention education services, we expanded our mission and programming.

Susan Pope, Pope Farms

Our One-Stop Mom & Pop Shop. Pope Farms Produce and Garden Center in Greeley, Colorado is your home for competitively priced home grown produce and plants. Our passion for local pours into everything we do. We grow, buy and sell local ensuring your are enjoying Colorado’s freshest and best produce and plants.

Ashley Pintaric, Premier Marketing

Premier Marketing is an independent marketing consulting agency that offers marketing services to small and medium-sized businesses. We pride ourselves with brilliant branding innovations in a digital world that desperately seeks personal connection and a good dose of marketing genius to everyday strategies that elevates our brands to the top. Our methods involve customer-centric strategy and metrics for cutting-edge, marketing insider business development.

Michele Yates, Rugged Running

Michele Yates and Salynda Heinl of Rugged Running. Michele is founder and Director of Coaching. As a 4x National Champion at the Ultra Marathon distances, as well as a mom, and degreed and certified nutritionist/kinesiologist, she exists to empower, strengthen, and inspire all levels of athletes.

Kashlin Kelly, Rustic Rose Designs

A young, very inspired woman who runs a business from home. The business continues to grow, all because of the wonderful customers all over the US. SUPPORT SMALL BUSINESSES!

Barb Hill, Scroll and Fan

Since 1933, our organization has helped clothe children in need through working with the school nurses in Weld County School District 6. We stock our clothing bank through fundraisers, clothing drives, garage sales, and private donations.

Sarah Kordis, Secret Sleigh Project

In 2015, I imagined Secret Sleigh. I was sitting in my daughter Lily's bedroom, still processing her new needs as she slept. Lily had recently been diagnosed again, amidst her current medical illness and developmental needs. It was a lot to take in that day. I had a vision of Santa walking into Lily's room, and Lily lighting up at the sight of him. This is where Secret Sleigh was born. I posted the idea on Facebook, and shared how I would like to help other families receive a home visit as well. Within two hours, thanks to remarkable friend, we had Santa. Two weeks after, Santa visited 16 children all over Northern Colorado, including Lily and her brothers, and took his entire day to do so. Not only that, Santa had Mrs. Claus with him, and a few elves to assist in navigating the sleigh. The following year, more than 5 Santa's visited over 50 children in three different states. I am thrilled at the growth of the project and that it has brought joy to so many children and families. This year I have a wonderful Secret Sleigh team to help in our planning! In continuing this tradition we want every child, no matter where they are and what diagnosis keeps them home, to truly enjoy some needed Christmas magic!

Ashlee Hitchcock, Soul Rejuvenations

After years as a massage therapist, working for large and small studios, and even renting my own space, I was burned out. I became a massage therapist to help people but found myself not making the impact I desired. I ended up changing careers; my husband and I opened two local businesses, and I became a mom.  Through those experiences, I was reminded our best selves require personal care and rejuvenation. I visited countless spas and massage practices seeking that care and rejuvenation, but each time I left underwhelmed. Through those disappointments, the inspiration for Soul was born. What if you could have an experience that serves you, an atmosphere designed with your health and betterment in mind, and a group of people dedicated to your rejuvenation? Soul was created because I believe that we as humans are meant to serve and care for each other. We want to serve our community.

Anne Lance, Teaching Tree

Serving nearly 300 families a year, Teaching Tree is now the county's largest nonprofit childcare center serving low-income families and is one of the only centers providing affordable care for families who are working toward self-sufficiency. Families pay according to a sliding fee scale based on family income and number of children enrolled at Teaching Tree. For full-fee-paying families, we retain rates that are lower than those charged by for-profit centers. Teaching Tree Early Childhood Learning Center is a non-profit organization that is run by a Board of Directors.

Jenn Lunt, The Beauty Lounge Salon, Boutique & Lash Bar

We are a gorgeous salon looking forward to making our guests feel welcome and feeling beautiful by the end of their visit with us. We have 5 amazing and talented stylists, call to book your appointment with us today. The Beauty Lounge Salon offers services from Haircuts and color, Eyelash Extensions, Bello Haven Hair Extensions, Hand Tied Hair Extensions & South Seas Spray Tans. We look forward to making our guests feel welcome and leave feeling beautiful!

Amber Cronin and Andrea Cronin, The Cupcake Gypsies

First and foremost we are sisters! Raised by parents who rooted the love of baked goods into both of us at a young age. We both remember helping our mother bake pies during the holidays, and the two of us spent several hours in the kitchen with our father when he was part owner of a small pizza shop back in the 90’s. Baking has naturally become a hobby for both of us over the years, but for Andrea it turned into a full blown passion! Although she isn’t a fancy pastry chef, she bakes with love and you can taste it in every bite! It's Amber’s passion to combine those tasty treats with quality ingredients and deliver them with outstanding customer service! We know we aren’t the first to embark on this cupcake journey, but it’s our goal to put care and creativity into each sweet we bake in order to make your day a little brighter!

Gloria Kat, The Family Center/La Familia

The mission of The Family Center/La Familia (TFC/LF) is working alongside diverse families we provide high quality childcare and supportive services, with an emphasis on cultural attunement with the Latinx community. This work is done with an explicit vision of creating a community in which all families are safe, supported, and thriving.

Liz Grousel, The Gym for Everybody

Liz is a native Colorado gal. She has been involved in sports since she was a young girl. She went on to be a starter keeper for Campbell University and later transferred to Limestone College on a full-ride soccer scholarship. During her college years, she played semi-pro for the Fort Collins Force. After graduating with a bachelor's in Psychology and a Coaching minor, Liz was an assistant college soccer coach and volunteer Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach at Limestone for a couple of years. Once she found her true love for fitness, she wanted to study more, so she went on to a Personal Training and Nutrition school in Charlotte, North Carolina. She has been training all sorts of clientele since 2009 — weight loss, strength and conditioning, overall health, etc. Liz is certified through ISSA, NPTI, TRX, and SPIN. Her hobbies include working out, running, golfing, and being with family as much as possible. Liz has placed second in the NPC Figure competition, run six marathons and 12 half marathons, and was awarded the All-American for strength and conditioning in 2007. Liz is married to Aaron, and has a daughter Devyn and son Ryker. 

Jan Touslee, The Nappie Project

Jan is a retired social worker and a dedicated volunteer at the Food Bank for Larimer County. A life-long child advocate, her career in child welfare included direct service, administration, curriculum development and training, and facility and program development. She has experience in public and non-profit marketing & management. She enjoys working with children and families and supporting them as they move toward security and self-sufficiency. She loves to laugh, spend time with her family and most of all she believes in justice and making a difference.

Kristen Glenn, The Women's Clinic of Northern Colorado

Director of Education/Marketing at the Women’s Clinic of Northern Colorado. A Fort Collins native who has been with the physician-owned Women’s clinic for 24 years. Kristin loves working with the staff at the women’s clinic to assure that women feel empowered and able to advocate for their best possible healthcare.

Jeannine Truswell, United Way of Weld County

We bring the community together to solve health and human problems. We work to improve the lives of people in our community. United Way works with businesses, schools and government, non-profit organizations, citizen groups, faith based organizations, volunteers and contributors to make Weld County a better place for all. We bring the community together to tackle some of our community’s most pressing health and human care issues and priority concerns.

Zora Tabin, Wild Zora

Zora and her husband Josh started this business at the Fort Collins farmer's market in 2014 and it is now on the Inc. 5000 fastest growing companies in America. Zora is passionate about creating truly healthy & convenient food options that empower people with dietary restrictions, allergies, and autoimmune diets to feel great and eat well at home and on-the-go.

Michelle Vance, Windsor Chamber of Commerce

Michelle is honored to be the Executive Director for the Windsor Chamber of Commerce. In her capacity, she is responsible for creating and implementing various economic development strategies, including business development, retention, expansion, and small business support. She enjoys partnerships with the Town of Windsor, Windsor Downtown Development Authority, and other entities to promote business and economic interests within the community. She joined the Chamber in June 2020 from the Town of Wellington as the Economic Development Director. She graduated from California State University Bakersfield where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Public Policy Administration with a concentration in marketing. Further, she has taken several advanced courses while attending the MPA program at Cal State University Bakersfield. She is a member of Larimer County Workforce Development Board, Business Retention & Expansion Team, Regional Economic Development Initiative and the Loveland, Berthoud, Estes, Wellington & Fort Collins Chamber of Commerce. She lives in Wellington with her husband Rick and has two children Wyatt (25) and Kelsey (23).

Amanda Harding, Zzap Pediatrics

Mom and Dad, when was the last time you were planning a vacation and on the way there, your child didn't feel well? Next thing you know, you're derailing your family plans to go to the nearest urgent care, pay $100+, and usually find out that your child is fine? Or how about when it's late, you have an emergency, maybe you just have a minor question?Wouldn't you love to have access to your doctor whenever you need, without paying for each visit, waiting for hours to be seen, or paying a hefty premium for urgent care? As a parent, I found myself in this situation many times. I knew there had to be a better solution for parents to be able to more conveniently and quickly get access to a pediatrician.That's why I founded Zzap Pediatrics. We specialize in family-centered pediatric medicine, preventative care, acute childhood illnesses & injuries.

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