Leadership

With You Every Step of The Way

Our Management Team

Keri Jaeger, BSN, MBA

President & CEO

Doug Linn

Director of Finance

Suzanne Feroldi

Director of Operations

Betsy Hays

Director of Resource Development

Terry Ritter, RN

Manager of Nursing

Camille Schmitz

Revenue Cycle Supervisor

Isabelle Comina, PT

Manager of Therapy

Michelle Glowacki, MS, BSN, RN, CWOCN

Manager of Nursing

Sallie Wandling, MSW

Senior Director of Camp Comfort

Our Board of Directors

Board Officers

Board Members

Our Medical Directors

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Keri Jaeger was appointed President & CEO by the Board of Directors in 2020.  Most recently she was the Senior Director of Clinical Services at Mount Evans, responsible for all clinical operations of the agency.  Keri has dedicated her career to nonprofit health care with more than 20 years of leadership in management, operations, business development and strategy within hospital and post-acute care settings. She is dedicated to improving quality of care and being the health care agency-of-choice for our mountain communities. 

Keri has an MBA from DeVry University Keller Graduate School of Management, a BSN from Carroll University and a Diploma in Nursing from Milwaukee School of Engineering. She lives in Idaho Springs with her husband and has a son, daughter-in-law and four grandkids. She loves spending time skiing and scuba diving and with her three fur-kids snowshoeing, hiking, and just outdoors. Keri says she loves working at Mount Evans because, “Our staff inspire each other, our patients and families to live life to the fullest, respect and care for one another and ensure high quality care delivery. Our staff are role models for our community; It’s my privilege to work alongside them.”

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Doug has been in charge of all things financial at Mount Evans since 1998, including accounting, billing, and payroll functions. He also oversees our computer network. Doug received his accounting degree from Iowa State University, and before coming to Mount Evans he was Director of Finance at a nonprofit nursing home in Iowa.

He and his family are flatlanders — they live in Littleton. As a hobby, Doug enjoys practicing magic and juggling. He says, “I am amazed at the commitment and dedication of our staff. They have always risen to tackle the constant challenges to provide the care and meet the needs of our community.”

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Suzanne Feroldi has worked for Mount Evans since 1985. She started as a field physical therapist on the 285 corridor and also worked in outpatient clinics in Bailey and Conifer for nine years before continuing full time for Mount Evans as a home health physical therapist. She helped with special projects over the years related to patient care and Medicare regulations. In 2014 she was named Director of Clinical Services, and she now supervises the field staff and helps with hiring and training of nurses, therapists, and home health aides.

“Working close to home and being able to help neighbors through challenging times is very rewarding,” she says. Suzanne enjoys the outdoors, especially skiing and hiking, and also likes to be “domestic” with crochet and family time.

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Betsy is responsible for planning, organizing and directing all of Mount Evans stewardship and fundraising efforts including grants, annual fund, major gifts, corporate partnerships and fundraising events. She has a B.A. in International Relations from Wellesley College and an M.B.A. in Marketing from the Pennsylvania State University. She spent over ten years working for AT&T, then had her own home based business in Evergreen. She has worked as the Development Director for Mountain Area Land Trust and was the President of the Evergreen Area Chamber of Commerce from 2015 until joining the team at Mount Evans in October 2020.

Betsy and her husband John have lived in the Evergreen/Conifer area since 1995. They have three college age children. She loves to spend time outdoors running, skiing, biking, hiking, paddleboarding and she is an avid reader. She has always been an active volunteer for our schools, sports teams, boy/girl scouts and our local nonprofit organizations. On working at Mount Evans she says, “I am honored to serve my local community by educating the public about how a gift to Mount Evans supports the healthcare team to provide the very best care to all of us in those times of unplanned emergencies, regardless of the ability to pay.”

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Terry received her BSN from Florida State University in Tallahassee and started working at Mount Evans in 2011. She lives in the Conifer area, and enjoys blogging, watching her kids play sports, and doing mission work. Terry says, “Working at Mount Evans is the best job I have ever had. Caring for my friends and neighbors is an honor, and I could not imagine doing any other kind of nursing.”
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Camille joined the Accounting team at Mount Evans in 2014. She has a BA in Communications from George Mason University.

Since moving to Colorado in 1993 & while raising her two sons Camille worked in Revenue Cycle Management and Non Profit database management. She enjoyed volunteering for several community organizations including kids’ club sports and Chairing the Bergen schools’ Accountability Committee. 

Camille feels privileged to be working for Mount Evans – the beloved institution & heart of the Evergreen community.

Interests include anything that gets her outside in the sunshine including running, skiing and hiking.

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Isabelle started working at Mount Evans in 2013 as the primary physical therapist on I-70.  Three years later, she moved into management as the rehabilitation manager for physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech language pathology as well as the manager of patient intake.

 “It is such a privilege to care for patients in the community where I live.  Every single patient and clinician have touched my heart in so many ways.  I am so lucky to have a job that fulfills me with immense gratitude”

Isabelle grew up overseas and speaks multiple languages.  In her free time, she loves the outdoors including hiking, skiing, snowshoeing.  Her other passions are yoga and cooking.

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Michelle has been a nurse since 1997 and started her nursing career in the U.S. Navy.  She earned both a BSN and Master’s degree from Regis University.  She believes in servant leadership and states that “My goal is to remove barriers for our staff and empower them to work at the highest level of their scope of practice.” Michelle loves education and all things having to do with wound care!

She lives in Bailey, enjoys spending time with her family, and feels completely blessed to be a part of and serve her mountain community.

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Sallie Wandling has been with Mount Evans since 1991. She has an MSW from the University of Kansas. Sallie is the founder and Senior Director of Camp Comfort and previously served as the Bereavement Director for Mount Evans.

“Camp Comfort is like one of my children. I am grateful for the opportunity to support grieving children for more than 25 years. Mount Evans Home Health & Hospice has encouraged Camp Comfort’s longevity and success.  My coworkers have volunteered as nurses, counselors, buddies, and organizers for camp.  The staff and volunteers at Mount Evans are unmatched. Nowhere can you find better people to feed your soul.”

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Charley Shimanski joined Mount Evans in October, 2015. In his role as President & CEO, he works to support the administrative team and field clinicians in the critical home health care and hospice work they provide the community He also ensures compliance with all state and federal regulations.

An advocate for under-served and vulnerable populations, Charley has more than 20 years’ experience in nonprofit leadership and management. He worked in Washington, D.C. for five years before coming to Mount Evans, including serving as the American Red Cross Senior Vice President of Disaster Services. He also served as President & CEO of the Colorado Nonprofit Association from 2004-2008, growing the organization’s impact in service to Colorado’s 19,000 nonprofit organizations.

An Evergreen resident since 1994, Charley is a 27-year veteran of the Alpine Rescue Team, and Past President of the Mountain Rescue Association.

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