Our Board of Directors is a volunteer team that provides strategic guidance and financial oversight for Building Bridges. These dynamic leaders set the direction for the organization, and drive our financial and programmatic strategies.
Senior, Gateway High School in Aurora
Brittany Bobadilla, MSW, NCL
Therapist, Lifelong Inc.
Brittney earned her Masters of Social Work degree at The University of Denver’s Graduate School of Social Work where she focused on Public Policy and Organizational Leadership. Brittney currently works for Boulder County in Child Welfare as an Ongoing Caseworker.
She is a first generation citizen; her family is originally from Mexico. She is passionate about advocating for immigrant rights, social justice, and the empowerment of marginalized communities. She is dedicated to upholding the ideals of justice, equality, equity for marginalized communities, and the progression of these ideals. She believes in the empowerment and encouragement of young folks to realize their potential, and in collaboration with Building Bridges, hopes to spread this message of empowerment to youth and their communities.
Brittney has been in Colorado for the past fifteen years, originally from Richmond, Kentucky, and has spent time living in Mexico.
Brittney’s pronouns are she, her, hers.
Brittney can be reached brittneylbobadilla[at]gmail[dot]com
Jalisa Williams, LCSW
Adjunct Professor and Private-Practice Therapist
Associate, Snell & Wilmer L.L.P.
Rachel is an attorney at Snell and Wilmer LLP, in Denver, Colorado. Originally from Cleveland, Ohio, Rachel graduated from Colorado State University with a B.S. in accounting and political science. Rachel graduated from the University of Notre Dame Law School in May, 2016.
In the community, Rachel has participated in Impact Denver, a program that links young professionals with a nonprofit for a 6 month project improving the nonprofit’s business processes. Rachel also coaches a Girls on the Run of the Rockies team, which gives 8-10 year old girls the opportunity to participate in physical activity after school and teaches lessons on empowerment and self-image. Above all, Rachel is interested in the perpetuation of diversity in the Denver community and serves as her law firm’s contact for the Center for Legal Inclusiveness, the Women’s Bar Association, and the firm-wide Diversity Committee.
Rachel serves as Building Bridges’ Board Treasurer. She brings innovative thinking and collaboration skills. With an accounting and corporate law background, Rachel is experienced in identifying business as well as legal issues that may need to be addressed.
Rachel can be reached at rlynn[at]swlaw[dot]com
Drought Coordinator, Bureau of Reclamation, US Dept. of the Interior
Darion Mayhorn is the Bureau of Reclamation’s Drought Coordinator. In this position he responds to congressional inquiries, develops and maintains the multi-million dollar annual budget, develops agency policy, and coordinates and communicates with stakeholders and internal staff to support the planning and implementation of actions that build long-term resiliency to drought across the West.
He received his BS in Civil Engineering and Applied Math from Saint Louis University, and a MS in Civil Engineering from the University of Oklahoma. He is a registered professional engineer in the state of Colorado. Darion was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri, but has made Denver his new home. His hobbies include traveling, reading, biking around the city, and going to ramen and pho restaurants.
Darion can be reached at dmayhorn0220[at]gmail[dot]com.