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Our Team

Meet the Staff

Scott Gee

Executive Director



Serving as Executive Director for Cancer Support Community for the last five years, Scott has
more than 28 years of experience on both a local and statewide basis in the non-profit arena. He
has previously served as executive director of organizations on a statewide basis including the
Brain Injury Association of Missouri and Citizens for Missouri’s Children and local
organizations like the Haven of Grace.

Prior to that he served as director of development for St. Joseph Institute for the Deaf; as director of development, marketing and public relations for United Cerebral Palsy of Greater St. Louis; and as east area director for the Missouri Special Olympics. Scott considers one of the highlights of his career as coaching a team to third place in the 1991 International Special Olympics Games, which was considered the largest sporting event in the world that year.
Scott has volunteered for Snuggle, a rescue organization for special needs animals, mainly cats
and dogs, which need special foster care due to injury, health disorders, or pregnant cats & dogs.

Scott comes to Greeley from the St. Louis area where he has lived for the past 27 years. Scott
has one son and two step-daughters, and two rescue cats Ben and Jerry.

Brooke Bourgeois

Operations Director

Bio Coming Soon

Dr. Lisa Kaminski, DVM

Chief Shelter Veterinarian



Dr. Lisa Kaminski is a CSU College of Veterinary medicine 2012 graduate. Before veterinary school she was a licensed veterinary technician for ten years. She grew up in Las Vegas, Nevada and has been an extra in several movies and T.V. shows. Her hobbies include drawing, going to hockey games, concerts and movies. After veterinary school she went into private practice in Reno, NV, Grants Pass, OR and Fort Collins, CO. During veterinary school and after graduation she volunteered for several humane societies and animal shelters. It was there that she found her passion for shelter medicine. She joined the Humane Society of Weld County in May 2015. She has been able to care for and treat several dogs and cats to make them healthy and ready for their forever homes. She has been instrumental in starting a low cost wellness clinic and providing low cost spay and neuter service for the public. She is happy to help animals in need and provide pet parents with avenues to keep their fur babies healthy. She spends her spare time with her husband and taking her dogs for walks and hikes.

Dr. Rebekah Porter, DVM

Shelter Veterinarian



Bio Coming Soon!

Jenn Barday

Event Coordinator



Jenn Barday joined the Humane Society of Weld County in November of 2016 as the Event Coordinator. She is responsible for overseeing and planning all fundraising events for the shelter. 
Jenn graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies and a Minor in Business Administration from Colorado State University in 2014. She has also earned two Associate of Arts degrees from Johnson & Wales University in Culinary Arts and Baking and Pastry Arts. 
Jenn was born and raised in Highlands Ranch, Colorado and lives in Greeley, CO with her husband, two dogs, and cat.

New Team Member Coming Soon!

Volunteer and Foster Manager



Bio Coming Soon!

Christian Wadley

Shelter Lead



Bio Coming Soon