Lynette A. Roff


Lynette has been with Colorado HorsePower since 2009 and has served as President of the Board of Directors since 2010. She is also the former Director of the VA Eastern Colorado Health Care System from 2005 to 2015 where she was responsible for providing comprehensive health care to more than 85,000 veterans in 15 different locations throughout the Colorado Front Range. Previously, Lynette held various leadership positions with the Department of Veterans Affairs, serving in New York, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Florida.

Lynette spends her time volunteering for Colorado HorsePower, traveling, playing golf, an occasional trail ride, and enjoying retirement.

Lynette received a Bachelor of Science degree from Syracuse University and a Master of Business Administration from the University of South Florida.

Theresa Echols


Theresa is a Colorado native and has resided in Castle Rock with her husband Cliff since 1968. She retired from the Douglas County School District in 2010 after 21 years in the finance department.

Theresa enjoys Colorado living and spending time with her animals which include horses, cattle, cats, and dogs, all of which keep her busy. A wonderful day is a trail ride with friends seeing elk, deer, antelope, and coyotes in pastures close to home. Life is good on a horse. Her belief is that a horse has a calming, comforting effect that enriches the rider, care giver, and bystanders. Horses touch the heart and heal the soul.

Theresa believes volunteering brings a sense of happiness and is looking forward to serving as Treasurer.

Holly Reef


Holly Reef has been selling real estate in Colorado for 25 years. She is currently an agent for RE/MAX Professionals and maintains a strong reputation for customer satisfaction. Holly has sold real estate from Estes Park to Canyon City, but her main focus is the Denver Metro Area. She is a full-service agent working with both buyers and sellers.

Holly earned her B.S. in business administration and marketing and M.B.A. from the University of Colorado, Denver. Holly has a strong sense of commitment to the Denver community and is involved with a number of nonprofit organizations, including Project Angel Heart, the Denver Rescue Mission, Project TBI Freedom for Warriors, Sack Lunch for the Homeless and Children’s Miracle Network. She is currently on the Board of Directors for Rocky Mountain Human Services and is Auction Chair for Shining Stars Foundation. “It is a gift to be able to give back to my community. Denver is a thriving city and the changes I have seen amaze me. It is continually ranked as one of the top cities to live. I agree! I am passionate about Colorado.”

Mark Renn


​Mark is the Chief Executive Officer of The CS Team, a career marketing firm headquartered located in the Denver Tech Center. The CS Team consists of a highly qualified staff that provides career services to executives and professionals.

While running his company, Mark has been actively involved in leadership roles in several community non-profit organizations including the Chair for the Denver /Boulder BBB Foundation, Chair for the Denver/Boulder BBB, and various roles in CSPHC, CBC, IACCF and the GOA and other Denver area organizations.

Mark and Leigh own and manage Meadowbrook Farms, the ranch where Colorado HorsePower has been operating since 2009. On the ranch they also raise Dexter cattle, Peruvian horses and llama’s. Mark grew up on a dairy farm in northern Wisconsin and has worked with cattle and horses through most of his life. As they say, “you can take the boy out of the country, but you can’t take the country out of the boy”.

Mark has three daughters: Corine, her husband, and son reside in Texas; Kristel lives in Madison, Wisconsin; and Elise in France. ​​​

Mark has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire and is a Registered Career Consultant (RCC) and Career Management Professional (CMP).

Ed Robinson


Born in Denver, Ed is a third generation Coloradoan. Ed spent most of his school years in the Denver, Golden and Lakewood areas. He was introduced to horses at a very young age and developed a passion for training horses and instructing children. Thirty years of his life has been dedicated to this passion.  

After several years in banking, Ed developed an interest for the real estate business. He began his real estate career over 16 years ago with a primary focus on marketing residential and commercial equine properties. He has been privileged to have represented many of the finest equine properties on the Front Range.

Some of his greatest honors include serving as board member of the National Western Stock Show, CASHA, RMHSA, Colorado Business Council, President of the Elizabeth Chamber of Commerce, and chairman of the Corporate Sponsorship Committee of the Douglas Elbert Board or Realtors.  

Ed is currently involved in developing Team Town and Country as a Managing Broker at Re/Max Professionals Castle Pines. He is also a member of the 100% Club and Re/Max Hall of Fame.

Michael Brooks


Michael has lived in Colorado for the past fourteen years. He and his wife Cindy have two sons, Nathan and Alex both living in the Greater Denver area.

Michael has always enjoyed outdoor sports including hiking, camping, fly fishing, and hunting. Michael has been an active supporter in the community through non-profits including the 2018 Dept. of Defense Warrior Games, Wish for Wheels, Fisher House, Boy Scouts of America, American Red Cross Colorado Region, and Trout Unlimited.

Michael is a Practice Area Leader in Slalom Consulting’s information management and analytics practice where he advises organizations on the development and implementation of analytics programs. Prior to Slalom Consulting, Michael worked with Deloitte, Ernst & Young, Unisys, and several start-up organizations.

Michael has a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Master of Business Administration from Appalachian State University.

Kerry McGinley


Kerry McGinley is a rider and a writer. A lifelong horse owner whose career has spanned journalism, nonprofit public relations and corporate communications, McGinley is proud to be part of HorsePower’s board of directors. Her family’s four Peruvian horses board at Meadowbrook Farms, and her daughter Riley volunteers as a headwalker/sidewalker. She’s often on the property with her kids enjoying her horses and her daughter’s passion for contributing to the program.

Michael Ditchfield