Katherine Correll, Executive Director
Katherine Correll is an innovative and creative strategist, who serves as a resource choreographer for local governments, non-profits, and private businesses hoping to achieve more with less. She brings broad experience from forming co-operatives of rural women, initiating local government strategic reforms, expanding professional development and volunteer networks, and spanning the fields of outreach and engagement, community and economic development, not-for-profit administration, strategic planning and logic frameworks, project development and management, local government planning, marketing and communications, financial and economic development services, and education.
Born and raised in Denver, Colorado, Katherine has worked with development initiatives in Denver, New York, Chicago, and the Former Soviet Union. She has experience spanning the fields of community outreach to advance downtown and community development, not-for-profit administration, project development and management, local government planning, marketing, financial and economic development services, and education. Her focus on strategic planning and organizational development and management includes building viable and sustainable private, public, and non-for-profit institutions and programs. Katherine received her master's degree in Public Administration from Rutgers University and her bachelor's degree in Politics with a Minor in Urban Studies from New York University.
Will Cundiff, Operations manager
Will grew up outside of London, UK which is where he first
discovered his interest in urban planning and design. Will has a BA in Urban
Planning from Miami University (OH), and a M.U.R.P from the University of Colorado Denver.
Kylie Brown, Program coordinator / Americorps VISTA Leader
Kylie is a Colorado Native and proud of it. She did take a brief sojourn to Tempe, AZ to get degrees from Arizona State University in Sustainability and Design Management. Kylie cemented her love for vibrant Colorado communities and their development when she interned at the Department of Local Affairs in the summer of 2015. She was hooked on providing assistance to communities all over the state so she came to work for DCI as their Communications VISTA. Now she's back! Kylie will be overseeing the AmeriCorps VISTA program, and is looking forward to leading a strong team of VISTAs building capacity and fighting poverty in our communities!
Val Peterson, Communications Coordinator / Americorps VISTA
Valerie grew up in the Midwest and attended the University of Kansas where she received a BA in History and Sociology. Prior to this role at DCI, she worked in the youth development and education fields with a focus on creative program development and implementation.