Who We Are
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, MEGHAN DOUGHERTY
Prior to accepting the position of Executive Director of CB State of Mind, Meghan coordinated the Family Advocacy Support Team for the past 10 years. In this leadership role she was responsible for developing and maintaining a framework for the coordination of multiple community agencies to design innovative systems to meet the needs of our community, use resources creatively and responsibly, and delivered life changing results. She brings experience in managing multiple federal, state, and local funding streams that allow for a coordinated community structure to ensure community voice and continuous improvement. Meghan is passionate about creating innovative ways to reduce stigma, increase access to care, and improve the emotional health of our community.
Meghan has a master’s degree in Social Work from Colorado State University and is currently working on her clinical license. Her background includes community prevention, clinical mental health, school social work, program management, and providing direct service to vulnerable populations.
Meghan has lived in Crested Butte for 16 years. She has two children in the Crested Butte Community School. She enjoys getting outside as a family and taking advantage of everything this unique community has to offer. I am excited to grow CB State of Mind’s mission and to work with the many community partners that can make this new organization a huge success.
Board of Directors
Michael along with his wife Perdita and family moved to Crested Butte from London, England in 1995. While in London, Michael founded Delaney Petroleum, an energy trading company. His three boys were raised in CB and educated at CBCS. Michael is a past board president of the Adaptive Sports Center from 2001-2008. Michael’s interest in CBSOM has been inspired by the work of his sister, Marsha Linehan, a pioneer in the field of clinical psychology at the University of Washington.
Jodi Zatorski, MSW is the current Vice President of the Board Of Directors and one of the founding board members of CB State of Mind. With a background in psychology and social work, advocating for access to affordable mental health care is a true passion and natural fit. With years of experience as a caseworker in child protection for social services, she has a wide array of experience in child and family mental health services, sexual abuse treatment, domestic violence treatment, adoption services and the licensing and management of foster care in the State of Colorado.
Sarah Kramer is a licensed clinical social worker, and licensed addictions counselor who works for The Center for Mental Health (now Axis Health Care). She moved to Crested Butte in 2012. Her passions are curiosity, noticing what's better, and her 2 silly kids.
Chief Financial Officer Terumo BCT As chief financial officer and executive vice president, Rusty Spinney has worldwide responsibility for all finance functions at Terumo BCT overseeing accounting, tax, treasury, finance, and planning and analysis for the global organization. Rusty also serves as a corporate liaison with Terumo Corporation, aligning treasury, budgeting, forecasting, financial reporting, corporate manufacturing, and supply chain activities with global strategic. His expertise spans corporate finance, governance and policy, capital markets, international business and Sarbanes-Oxley Act implementation, as well as mergers, acquisitions and business integration. Prior to his current role, Rusty spearheaded the company’s global operations organization for three years from 2016 through 2018. In operations, he leads manufacturing, supply chain, logistics and procurement across 5 factories and 28 distribution centers supported by 4,000 associates. Rusty has also served in the position of vice president of finance and corporate controller from 2008 through 2011, in which he was responsible for global financial reporting, technical accounting and financial controls across all world regions. Prior to joining Terumo BCT, he held leadership and financial management positions at Quiznos, Inc., IHS, and Molson Coors, and he served as the European controller for Bass Brewing operations, based in England. Rusty started his career spending 9 years providing business and advisory services to global clients working for PricewaterhouseCoopers. Spinney earned his bachelor degree in business finance from Colorado State University.
Stevie Kremer has been in Crested Butte for just over 12 years. She started off working a year at Crested Butte Mountain Resort, then shifted into the role of a 3rd grade teacher at the Crested Butte Community School. She taught 2nd and 3rd grade for 10 years, then went back to school to obtain her Masters in School Counseling. She is now in her 2nd year as the middle school counselor at the Community School.
Dr. Jennifer Sanderford
Jennifer Sanderford, MD is a voting member of the Board of Directors of CB State of Mind. Dr. Sanderford is a board-certified pediatrician with 20 years of experience caring for children and adolescents in rural communities in Western Colorado. As the only pediatrician in the Gunnison Valley, she provides screenings, diagnosis, and treatment of depression and anxiety as well as referrals to community mental health services. Increasing access to mental health services and improving the community’s mental wellness have long been goals and Dr. Sanderford feels privileged to be a part of CB SOM’s mission.
Elizabeth Smith has lived In the valley for over 30 years. She and her husband have an environmental building company together. Elizabeth also runs a small property management company. She and her husband together have raised their two children in CB. She has a passion to help with CBSOM to make sure there are services available for mental health support for anyone who needs it in The Gunnison Valley. This is her way of giving back to this amazing community that we are all privileged to call home.
Molly Arment has lived in Crested Butte for eleven years working in managerial positions in both the restaurant and landscaping fields. With personal experience in the difficulties of asking for and receiving help, she believes in the need for better access to affordable mental health care, as well as the need to reduce stigma around the subject, making it easier, more acceptable, and more common to reach out for help and care.