Meet the Board
**Due to Covid-19. Board meetings will be held via Zoom until further notice. Public can submit comments to the Board by emailing email@example.com**
The Board of Directors meets on the third Tuesday of each month, at 5:30, at the shelter. Meetings are open to the public. Public input begins at 5:30.
Matt Notter is the Vice President of Finance/Chief Financial Officer for Roche Constructors. He started at Roche as a senior accountant in 2008 after earning his bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Wyoming. As the CFO, Matt’s primary role is to provide oversight and leadership of the company’s accounting, IT, finance, human resources, and field equipment needs. Matt is a Certified Construction Industry Financial Professional (CCIFP) and is a member of the Construction Financial Management Association and Institute of Management Accountants. In 2019 he earned his Masters of Business Administration from the University of Northern Colorado.
Originally from Rapid City, South Dakota, Matt and his wife Emily now call Greeley, Colorado, their home alongside their three dogs, Zoey, Pepper, and Jenny. Matt enjoys home improvement projects, playing basketball and softball, hiking, biking, and trail running. When he’s not rooting on the Denver Broncos during football season, he relaxes by enjoying some of Colorado’s amazing beer selection.
Annette began volunteering in 2018 and joined the Board of Directors in 2019. She has a Bachelor of Science in Biology and is a graphic artist in medical illustration and content marketing. She is currently operating a non-profit biorepository at the University of Colorado in Denver. Prior to that, Annette spent 14 years developing and promoting refractive surgery practices for clinics and surgery centers in Atlanta, Georgia. She looks forward to combining her life-long love of animals with her skills and experience to grow the organization, maximize its impact in the community and most importantly, help every animal find a loving and responsible home.
Annette and her husband Noel have a home full of beloved rescues consisting of 3 cats named Licorice, Guido and Luigi and 2 dogs named Rumples and Beefcake the Mighty (adopted from the HSWC). They share the same passion and commitment to making a difference in the lives of shelter animals; endorsing spaying/neutering and promoting adoption.
Kara Englert joined the Board of Directors for the Humane Society of Weld County in August of 2015. Since joining the HSWC Board of Directors she has become a foster volunteer and community outreach volunteer. Kara has fostered numerous dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens! She can also be found walking dogs, helping with animal photography, or working with the Once a Paws a Time reading program!
Kara Englert is an elementary teacher in Northern Colorado. She taught third and fourth grades in Windsor for five years and now teachers sixth grade Language Arts and Social Studies in Eaton.
Kara earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Elementary Education with an emphasis in Ethnic and Gender Studies and her Masters of Arts in Reading from the University of Northern Colorado.
A native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Amy received her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Valparaiso University in Indiana in 1990, and her Master of Arts in Liberal Studies in 1992. She began Law School also at Valparaiso University and then moved to Colorado and completed her Juris
Doctor degree at the University of Denver Law . After graduating in 1999 with her Juris Doctor Degree, Amy clerked for the Chief Judge in the Seventeenth Judicial District Court. In 2001, Amy joined a local law firm as an Associate where she practiced Family Law, Real Estate Law, Collections and other general litigation. She was soon promoted to partner of that firm. Amy’s work experience is focused mainly in the field of family law, which includes divorce, custody, child support, visitation, legal separation, and paternity. Amy has also worked on cases involving debt collection, water law, disability claims, wills and estate litigation, breach of contract, real estate and general litigation.
When not practicing law, Amy has volunteered her time to the Weld County Bar Association, Weld County Legal Services, Access to Justice, her local HOA board, Women’s Weld County Bar Association and now she is excited to be a Board Member at the Weld County Humane Society.
Amy has been married for 22 years to Eric Parsons. Amy and Eric love to travel and are learning to golf. They have three adult children; Kyle is married to Caylin, works at Rep your Water and loves fly fishing; Rio is a Junior at Valparaiso University and is studying bio-medical engineering so he does not have much free time and Chloe is a freshman at UNC and spends her free time experimenting with make-up, working out and playing video games.
Over the years, Amy and her family have had a bearded dragon, two crested geckos, a chameleon, fish, a bunny, a snake and many dogs. Currently we have a Chihuahua mix named Zeus, a Goldendoodle named Izzy and a three legged Black Mouth Cur mix with anxiety issues named Luna.
I am a native of Colorado, residing in Weld County my entire life.
I am a mediator in Weld County, assisting attorneys in Northern Colorado with their mediation needs. Previously, I was the President of the Board for Weld County Legal Services. During my term on the Board I became the Director for Weld County Legal Services.
During my position as Director I helped facilitate Legal Night in Greeley, offering free legal advice to residence of Weld County. I assisted in many fundraisers for Weld County Legal Services and Weld County Bar Association. I have volunteered for mediation at Weld County Courthouse for over five years.
In addition to my mediation I assist running my husband Zane's law practice. I have been involved in the legal community for 35 years.
My husband and I love to travel and have three wonderful furry companions, Lila, Gracie, and Opie. We are looking forward to a new addition to our family in June.