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Heidi Wilderman


Heidi is a Beta Chi initiate, graduating from the University of Denver. She spent 15 years living and working the in the Washington D.C. area before returning to Colorado with her family. Heidi has supported the Denver Alumnae group in several capacities since returning to Denver. She has supported the Visions of Love committee, VP Foundation, VP Membership, and the DG Denver Area Panhellenic Representative. After over 20 years working in the Government Contracting area dealing with government contracts she decided it was time to step away and pursue her love of yoga and kids. She currently owns a business that provides yoga services to schools (preschool all the way through High School) and works with youth athletic organizations to provide yoga in support of cross training, and mindset work. Between building a business, running two kids to their various activities, volunteer work, and Delta Gamma her plate is full, but she looks forward to seeing you at one of our events.

Wendy Brodsky

vp: Finance

Wendy was initiated at Delta Epsilon, University of the Pacific where she earned a Bachelors degree in Business Administration. She has worked in finance, specifically cash management and treasury, and has over 30 years of experience in her field. She current works as Head of Treasury Operations for Computershare. Wendy moved to Denver in 1993 where she has worked and raised her 2 kids. In 1989, Wendy and 4 other DGs started an Alumnae group in the Los Angeles area by obtaining a computer print out of members and phoning them. Times have changed. She went to her first Denver Alumnae group meeting in December of 2019 and made such an impression on the VP Finance that she was tracked down to see if she would take over the position. Wendy currently volunteers as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) and is National Coordinator of her company’s Women 4 Women Network which fosters gender diversity and cultivates leadership and career opportunities. She also participates as a mentor.

Lizzie Brenner

vp: Foundation

Lizzie is an initiate of the Zeta Upsilon chapter at Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina. Lizzie graduated with a degree in Elementary Education and taught kindergarten and first grade for twelve years in South Carolina and Colorado. She was involved with the alumnae chapter and collegiate chapter in Greenville. Delta Gamma was a huge part of college life and beyond. The friendships and connections that have been made will last a lifetime. After moving to Colorado in 2017, Lizzie attended some Delta Gamma alumnae events and slowly got acclimated to life in the Denver area. After taking several years to get settled and start a family, it felt like the right time in life to become more involved in the alumnae chapter. Lizzie is excited to take on the role of VP Foundation and give back to the community. Delta Gamma has given so much to her, and now it is her turn to give back to Delta Gamma and the Foundation!

Kendra Runung

vp: Communications

Sarah Ewigleben

vp: Programming

Hi my Name is Sarah Ewigleben and I am the vp: Programming. I am originally from Indiana and graduated from Indiana State University where I pledged as a Gamma Omicron. I love hiking, reading and spending time with family and friends. I am looking forward to meeting you at one of our future events!

Janet Boulter

vp: Membership

Janet grew up in the Black Hills of SD and initiated at the University of Wyoming, Epsilon Omicron chapter. She moved to Denver after graduation and “eventually” got involved with the alumnae group. She served as the VP of Foundation for several years helping to raise money for Anchor Center through golf tournaments, coffee sales and flower sales. She served as the awards chair and co-chair for years where she created the special chapter Do Good award to recognize our long- serving members participating in service for sight. She has served on numerous committees including the capital campaign for the new Anchor Center DG room, nominating committee and events. She served as the Anchora correspondent for several years and was also recipient of our Chapter’s stellar award twice. She served on the Anchor Center Board for 4 years and won a national award for her article “From the Ground up” which was featured in the Anchora. As a prolific writer, she has been published/mentioned in the Anchora more than 6 times. She has been involved with our chapter’s book club for years and loves reading and discussing our chosen books. She is an avid outdoors person and loves skiing, riding, golf, hiking cycling and travelling. Excited to welcome our new members and help our sisters to get involved with our long- standing and amazing chapter.

Taylor Rabb

Collumnae Chair

Taylor Rabb is a Denver native and an initiate of the University of Oklahoma - Alpha Iota Chapter of Delta Gamma. During her collegiate years, she served as Director of Scholarship and V.P. Panhellenic. As an alumna she serves as the ATC for the University of Denver - Beta Chi Chapter as well as the Collumnae Chair for the Denver Alumnae Chapter. Taylor graduated from law school at the University of Denver in 2021 and now works as a corporate associate for Kutak Rock. She loves spending time outside with her fiancé, Austin, her dog, Bodie, and her cat, Cali.

Lindsey Linden

Board Secretary

Lindsey Linden is an initiate of Alpha Iota, University of Oklahoma. Her volunteer work with Delta Gamma over the past 16 years includes work with our local alumnae chapter, the BX advisory team, on the region 7 team, and the alumnae team as a director. She lives in central Denver with her husband and two daughters. Following a 12 year career in development at Children’s Hospital Colorado, she now owns a boutique wedding planning company. She serves on the Anchor Center for Blind Children’s advisory board and enjoys volunteering at several organizations including her daughters’ school.

Cassie Minne

Social Media Chair

Hello! I am Cassie Minne and I am the Denver Alumnae DG social media chair. I am born and raised in Denver, Colorado. I was initiated into the Beta Psi chapter at the University of Alabama. I recently graduated in 2022 and I am now in graduate school pursuing a PhD in molecular biology at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. My research work is focused on receptor tyrosine kinase signaling in mammalian craniofacial development and how defects in this signal pathway can lead to craniofacial defects like cleft lip and cleft palate. I am investigating gene expression regulation downstream of this signaling. After school, I hope to get a job with a biotechnology company and continue research. Outside of science, I enjoy spending time outdoors by hiking in the summer and skiing in the winter! I also enjoy weight lifting, yoga, pickleball, and experiential cooking and baking.

Remy Wells

Denver Area Panhellenic Delegate

Remy is an initiate of the Beta Delta chapter at Colorado College. She grew up in the Northeast before moving to Colorado Springs for college and settling in Denver after graduation in 2020. During her collegiate years, she was involved widely across campus and in Greek life. While serving as Panhellenic President, she won the Denver Area Panhellenic (DAP) collegiate scholarship. Shortly after moving to Denver in 2020, she joined the alumnae board as a panhellenic delegate, representing Delta Gamma in Denver Area Panhellenic. In her free time, she enjoys yoga, pottery, reading, and spending time with her husband and dog, Benny.

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