People helping people
Kate Williams, Executive Director
Kate has a long career in nonprofit management, specializing in organizations that service the disabled, the elderly, and the disenfranchised. She is a member of many transit oriented organizations in the area and has been elected to the Board of Directors of The Regional Transportation District. Her certifications include Certified Community Transit Manager. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Carol Buchanan, Director of Programs
Carol is the Director of Programs at Denver Regional Mobility and Access Council (DRMAC) where she oversees many of DRMAC’s program initiatives to achieve mobility and access for all. This includes stakeholder and member engagement, publication of DRMAC’s annual transportation guide, staffing the Transportation Information and Assistance Center, and coordinating transit related educational workshops. Carol has over 30 years of experience in the field of human services working with various communities. She has a master’s degree in Nonprofit Management from Regis University and a bachelor’s degree in Social Work from James Madison University.
Katie Packard, Administrative Assistant
Katie Packard heads the administrative efforts at DRMAC. She is the primary respondent to calls on the Information and Assistance hotline, schedules all meetings, is our member specialist and supplies supportive assistance to the rest of the staff. She is passionate about equal rights for all!
Caleb Susuras, AmeriCorps VISTA
Caleb graduated with a BA from Ambrose University, with a minor in Community Development. Prior to his VISTA year at DRMAC he volunteered with Inclusion Alberta a program that integrates young adults with I/DD into post-secondary academic programs. Caleb’s focus during his national service year at DRMAC is to help build capacity by pursuing funding opportunities for the organization. Contact him if you want to donate!
Amberrae McLeod, DRMAC Rides Program Manager
Amberrae has 16 years of experience in the medical field. Being a Lyft driver for the last four years has taught her that there is a demand for more rides for people with disabilities. She’s working hard in Arapahoe County to expand DRMAC Rides volunteer driver base and help more folks get to where they need to go. Call her if you have two hours a month to volunteer!
Jaime’s work is to ensure that transportation plans, operations and policies comply with federal, state and local law and that the transportation provided addresses the needs of our older adult and disabled community.
Jaime represents DRMAC on several Boards and Committees throughout the region to ensure that interests of the elderly and people with disabilities are met.