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Executive Team

Executive Director
Joe Domko

A Colorado native, Joe was born in Denver, raised in Boulder, and attended undergrad at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado. Formed within a religious household led by devout parents, it came as no surprise when Joe attended seminary in 2008. He graduated with a master’s degree in religion and accepted a call to serve youth and young adults in Boulder. Exposure to the transformational work of a Catholic Charities agency in Patterson, New Jersey led Joe to consider direct service work, and in 2015 he was entrusted with the opportunity to manage Shalom House, a small men’s shelter owned and operated by Catholic Charities of Northeast Kansas. The experience at Shalom House confirmed this new calling, and in 2018 Joe accepted a regional director position with Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Denver. There he led the Larimer County office, operating a multi-faceted shelter system along with numerous emergency assistance and homelessness prevention ministries. In this administrative capacity, Joe honed his craft of building healthy, resilient teams.

Joe is both humbled and overjoyed to accept the Executive Director position with Catholic Charities of Southern Colorado. He has maintained a lifelong appreciation for the land, cultures, and heritage of this beautiful and complex region, and he considers it one of the great privileges of his life to be able to serve in this new capacity.

Joe has been blessed with an enduringly patient and amazing wife in Heather, and the two have in turn been blessed with three wonderful children. Together they enjoy copious amounts of time outside hiking, riding bikes, visiting the zoo, and playing in rivers and streams. At home they enjoy reading, playing games, and telling crazy stories. They are all incredibly excited and grateful to put down roots and call Pueblo home.

Development & Communications Director
Crystal Estrada

Crystal Estrada, Development & Communications Director, started at Catholic Charities of Southern Colorado in April 2022. Crystal serves as the external communication strategist on the executive management team whose focus is to advance the mission of the agency. Crystal received her degree in Business Administration from Pueblo Community College and has over 10 years of experience in advancement. Crystal is a lifetime Puebloan who loves to serve her community by sitting on numerous boards throughout the community and volunteering her time to non-profit organizations. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with friends and family, camping, and fishing. 

Finance Director
Regina Webb
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Regina Webb, Finance Director, has been with Catholic Charities since 2020. Originally from New Mexico, and an alumnus of New Mexico State University, Regina began her professional accounting career in venue management. In 2016 she moved to Pueblo, Colorado and eventually found her niche in non-profits. As a marathoner and ultra runner, Regina can be found either around the city neighborhoods or on the mountain trails at the crack of dawn.

Operations Director
Jessica Martinez
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Jessica Martinez, Operations Director, has been with Catholic Charities since November 2017. She has primary responsibility for the management of the daily operations of the agency. Jessica has a B.S. in Business Administration/Healthcare Administration from Adams State University and more than ten years of office administration experience in various business sectors. In her free time, Jessica enjoys crafting, camping, and spending time with family and friends. 

Program Director
Kristin "Anu" Keiley
Special Projects Director
Ida Rhodes

Kristin "Anu" Keiley, Program Director has been with Catholic Charities since June 2015. A native of Hawai'i, Anu moved to Colorado after serving 12 years in the U.S. Army. She is responsible for ensuring program fidelity and quality improvement as well as building performance-driven teams. Anu holds a Bachelor's in Accounting and a Master's in Business Administration from Colorado State University-Pueblo. She is a master trainer of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and a facilitator for the University of Connecticut's Family Development Credential program. In her free time, Anu enjoys camping, road trips, soaking at Colorado’s hot springs, and spending time with her family.  


Ida Rhodes, Special Projects Director has been with Catholic Charities since August 2000. She currently is overseeing the agency’s large Communities That Care-B (CTC-B) community initiative. Ida has more than 30 years of experience in the early childhood field and sits on Governor Polis’s Early Childhood Leadership Commission. She received her accreditation in Mission Based Leadership and Organizational Development from the University of Notre Dame. In her free time, Ida and her husband enjoy fixing up old cars. Yet more than anything, she loves being a grandma and playing with her young grandsons. 

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