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Our Senior Leadership
Keri Jaeger, BSN, MBA
President & CEO
Isabelle Comina, PT
Chief Operating Officer
Senior Director of Accounting & Finance
Director of Resource Development
Director of Business Development, Marketing & Communications
Our Board of Directors
Past Board Chair
Mark Graybill, a lifelong resident of Colorado, is President and General Manager of Historic Rail Adventures, LLC which operates the Georgetown Loop Railroad for the State of Colorado. He also owns and manages several other businesses in Clear Creek County as well as serving as one of two State of Colorado appointed Commissioners for the Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad which is located in Southern Colorado/Northern New Mexico. Mark has served on several boards and commissions in the past including the Clear Creek County Economic Development Commission, the Clear Creek County Tourism Bureau and the Georgetown Business Promotions Commission.
Past Board Chair
Gray is currently the COO of Critical Care, Pulmonary & Sleep Associates, Colorado’s largest intensivist medical practice. He is a fifth generation Coloradan and has lived in Evergreen with his wife Nicole Moore Behrhorst and their three boys since 2004. Gray has a BA from Colgate University and MBA from the University of Michigan. He was previously the President and CEO of Air Lift, an international medical device manufacturer which was headquartered in Evergreen prior to its sale. Gray has served on the boards of the Montessori School of Evergreen, Mountain Lacrosse League and World Trade Center Denver. He and his gang enjoy skiing, biking, hiking and sailing.
Davis began with Edward Jones in 2011 and took responsibility for the Genesee Branch in 2012. Building a business through volunteerism and community service has always been important to him. He has served on the board of directors for the Conifer Chamber of Commerce, he is a graduate of Leadership Evergreen and past board member, and current board member of the Evergreen Rotary Club. In 2020, He was recognized as the Business of the Year from the Conifer Chamber.
Davis graduated from the University of Iowa in 2008 with a bachelor’s degree in business management. While at Iowa he was a member of the Track & Field and Cross Country teams. He has added his CFP®, ChFC®, CLU® and AAMS® designations. In 2019 he completed his master’s degree in financial planning.
Originally from Iowa, he relocated to Colorado in 2008 and immediately began taking advantage of many of our state’s natural resources. An avid camper, hiker, is scuba certified, and has five remaining 14’ers to complete. Next year he anticipates starting work towards the National Parks and his pilots license.
Honorary Board Member
Susan served on the Mount Evans Board of Directors for 25 years between 1987 and 2021, including numerous Officer roles and three terms as President in FY1992, FY2000, and FY2008.
Susan was all things to Mount Evans: board member, donor, volunteer, staff member, and lastly, patient. In recognition of all that she gave, the Mount Evans Board of Directors made her an Honorary Board member in 2020.
Susan’s life was defined by sports and charity. While growing up in Ohio, each of her parents encouraged her and her siblings in their own way. “Dad was active, mom was charitable,” she explained. When her mother asked her to help with a Junior League fundraiser she offered to be in the dunk tank. “I sat there for hours and it made an impression on me-that it could be fun to help.”
Susan’s love of skiing led her to choose Colorado State University for college. After graduating, she took a year off and moved to Vail where she worked as a dishwasher and skied. A year of skiing and dishwashing, however, motivated Susan to go to CU Law School. There, she met her husband, Frank.
After moving to Montana, Boulder, and Lakewood, Susan and Frank eventually settled in Evergreen. Susan started her own law practice in Evergreen focused on estate planning and elder law. She shared office space with other local attorneys. In 1987, one of them, Jim Robinson, got her to join the board of Mount Evans Home Health Care & Hospice. She spent 25 years on the board, including three terms as president, and saw the organization grow as a thriving community asset. Most of her time on the board was spent on fundraising events like the Freedom Run 5K and the Annual Benefit Gala.
Her time on the Mount Evans board led to many other connections such as Leadership Evergreen and Kiwanis, as well as introducing her to organizations she likes to support such as Mountain Area Land Trust (MALT), EAS+Y (Evergreen Alliance for Sustainability and YOU), Center for the Arts Evergreen (CAE) and Bootstraps.
When Susan retired from her legal career in 2013, she joined the staff of Mount Evans. The organization was looking for someone to do planned giving, 15-20 hours a week, and Susan’s experience in estate planning and elder law, made her the perfect fit. Susan retired from her position with Mount Evans in 2018 after nearly five years, but continued to give her expertise, time, and attention again as a board member.
Susan passed away January 29, 2021 from ovarian cancer. Her legacy lives on through everyone she touched with her kindness and generosity.
Our Medical Directors