Beth Heckel: Founder and Executive Director
Founder and Executive Director of Think Humanity since 2007, following her vision and compassion to positively change peoples lives. Beth adheres to the principle that one's destiny should not be solely determined by where they are born. Has more than four decades working in the nonprofit sector with roles ranging from leadership/management, administration and fund-raising. Years of service: 2007 to present. eTown E-Chievement Award 2013. Women of Distinction 2014 and 2019 nominee. Colorado Women of Influence "Woman of Vision" award and "Woman of Courage" award 2015. Beth is a member of Women of Influence and Birthing Kit Foundation Australia.
Jim Heckel: President
More than 33 years of HP/Agilent Sr Management experience within the areas of supply chain management, information technology and quality control. Former instructor at Front Range Community College. BSBA University of Illinois, MBA University of Wyoming. Extensive global traveler and author/photographer published in various publications. Years of service: 2007 to present.
Aimee Markwardt: Media and Promotions
More than 13 years as a reporter at a daily newspaper, including special reports to developing countries, including Uganda and Haiti. Graduated summa cum laude from Colorado State University with degrees in Journalism and German, and also attended University of Heidelberg in Germany. Has been volunteering to help refugees since 2006. Spent six months to help rebuild the Gulf Coast after Hurricane Katrina, with an emphasis on public relations and administration/organization for construction teams. Currently a features writer and columnist for the Boulder Daily Camera, travel writer for, Huffington Post, USA Today and independent book editor. Years of service: 2007 to present.

Cindy Rauschenberger: Fundraising
Cindy is a graduate from The Womens College of Denver University with a bachelors degree in Business Administration. She has 26 years of experience in Administration, Training, Human Resources, Safety/Environmental, Procurement and Project Management working for two of the top Colorado based corporations Adolph Coors Company and Frontier Airlines Inc. She also works part-time with an auction event firm providing Management and Leadership to organizations during their fund-raising events. Cindy presently is a buyer for Schlumberger Limited. Years of service: 2008 to present.
Dr. Will Reents
A physician in Family Medicine in Loveland, Colorado for 35 years who has gone on short term medical mission work in Honduras, Ecuador, Madagascar and Nigeria. Years of service 2010 to present.
Larry Hereford
25 years working as a residential contractor. 15 years as a school teacher; 12 years teaching in the States and 3 years living abroad teaching students in Central America and in Central Asia.
I traveled to Uganda with Think Humanity in January of 2012. I am very impressed on what they do and how they do it. Think Humanity is partnering with quality Ugandans to help them help themselves, be it a healthy, wholesome life or increased life-changing educational opportunities.
Volunteer since 2012
Board member 2013 to present
Kevin Arnold
A manager for a software firm in Boulder, Colorado specializing in energy industry data analytics. He has bene working in the energy industry since 2008 developing extensive knowledge of the natural gas and power generation markets. Graduated from the University of Colorado with a degree in Political Science. Volunteer with Think Humanity since 2012. Board member 2015 to present.
Kristin Stephens
Kristin is a Graduate Coordinator at Colorado State University and a City Council Member in Fort Collins, CO. She has been a Think Humanity volunteer since 2008 and she also works with Homeless Gear, Faith Family Hospitality the Mother's Center and 4-H, to name a few.
Board Member 2018 to present.