Jayne Mazur , Interim Executive Director
A Pueblo resident for nearly 30 years, Jayne has served in leadership roles with United Way of Pueblo County, Catholic Charities, Diocese of Pueblo and St. Mary-Corwin Health Foundation.
She is serving as the Interim Executive Director until the permanent position is filled. She earned her undergraduate degree at Boston College and graduate degrees at the University of San Francisco (Organization Development) and Colorado State University (Social Work). She has served on numerous boards and commissions during her time in Pueblo and is happy to help CCSOCO during this time of transition.
During her spare time, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, horseback riding, gardening and reading a good book.
Crystal Estrada, Advancement 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.
Cari Herrald, Finance Director, has been with Catholic Charities since April 2018. Cari manages the finance activities of the agency, including budgeting, forecasting, and fiscal reporting. Cari has a B.S. in Business Administration-Accounting from Colorado State University-Pueblo and more than nine years of professional accounting experience in a variety of business sectors. When not at work, you will often find Cari enjoying the Colorado outdoors while hiking or fishing.
Kristin "Anu" Keiley
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.
Special Projects Director
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.