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We need highly motivated volunteers to help us manage and run the Pikes Peak Children's Museum. Click the button below to fill out the Board application.

Board of Directors

Pamela Roberts
Director of Programs

Monica Florio
Director of Fundraising

Rachel Del Grosso
Director of Communications

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Pamela Roberts-Mora is from Las Vegas, NV. She moved to Denver in 2012 to pursue her master's of social work from University of Denver. After graduating from DU in 2016, Pamela continued work in youth development non-profits at an after-school program in inner-city Denver. Pamela moved to Colorado Springs in 2018 and started to volunteer with PPCM in 2020, assisting with summer/spring break camp and birthday parties curriculum. Pamela joined the PPCM Board of Directors in January 2023 and has aligned the museum with community partners. Currently she is the Chief Operations Officer with Sachs Foundation, Colorado's oldest education foundation. She just welcomed a beautiful daughter with her husband Alejandro. She has two pups; Sasha and Diego, and enjoys traveling and exploring Colorado's outdoors. 

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Monica Florio joined the board of the Pikes Peak Children's Museum to help the museum to continue to grow and continue to provide engaging play-based exhibits to serve  families in our community. Children's museums are an important complement to schools, providing unstructured, open-ended play. Play helps children thrive! Monica has professional experience in sales and management. At Pikes Peak Children's Museum, Monica is leading the fundraising team. She and her family enjoy riding bikes and are avid museum-goers.

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Meet Rachel, a true native of Colorado, who has been an integral part of the Pikes Peak Children's Museum board since December of 2022, serving as the Communications and Marketing Lead. Rachel recently embarked on a new chapter after an impressive 11-year career with the Air Force, where she excelled as an Acquisition Officer. Her final role as a Chemistry Instructor at the Air Force Academy Preparatory School showcased her dedication to both education and service.

 

As Rachel steps into her role as a student once again, she's set her sights on pursuing a Masters of Public Policy Degree at Denver University's Joseph Korbel School of International Studies. Her aspiration? To fortify her expertise in policy, leadership, and non-profit endeavors, all with the aim of propelling the Pikes Peak Children's Museum into an even more impactful community asset.

 

Rachel's motivation for this transformative journey stems from her personal experiences as a mother of two young children. Her family's adventures exploring various children's museums ignited a passion for community engagement and the creation of an inclusive environment where every child can blossom. Through her dedication and hard work, Rachel is striving to ensure that every child is provided with the opportunity to learn, thrive, and reach their full potential.

 

We're excited to see Rachel's unwavering commitment to education, community, and growth make a lasting impact on the Pikes Peak Children's Museum and beyond. 

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