STAFF


Zebulon Miracle
Executive Director

Zebulon is a western Colorado native who is passionate about local nonprofits.  He has served in various curatorial positions at the Museums of Western Colorado and for Gateway Canyons as well as on the board for community and governmental boards.  Outside of work, Zeb enjoys spending time hiking, camping, and snowshoeing with his family.

Keira Clark
Community Impact & Marketing Manager

Keira has been a Colorado resident for 12 years, having relocated to Grand Junction from New Castle, CO in April of 2021. While living in the Roaring Fork Valley she built a career in the nonprofit sector at a private animal shelter, focusing on community program development and event and volunteer management. While she will always have a passion for our four-legged companions, she was very excited to join the team at UWMC, an organization with a mission near and dear to her heart. Outside of work she enjoys paddle boarding, bouldering, playing guitar, and learning about her newest hobby, plant care.   

Cassidy Lujan
Administrative & Donor Manager

Cassidy is a Grand Junction native and a Colorado Mesa University alum. She has her MBA from the University of Mary and has worked in healthcare until completing her degrees. It has always been important to her to work in an organization that supports and respects the community and that is why she is very excited and passionate about being on the United Way of Mesa County team. In Cassidy’s free time, you can find her spending time with family, rock climbing, skiing at Powderhorn, playing the piano, being part of a local bowling league, and teaching ballet.

Faith Rodriguez
Resource Development Manager

Faith relocated to Grand Junction in 2021 after living in Denver for over 10 years.  With a background working in healthcare as a Respiratory Therapist as well as in public affairs and program development in the nonprofit sector, Faith is thrilled to bring her experience and love for this community together at United Way.  Faith is most excited to be on the team to focus her time fighting for the health, education and financial stability of every person in our community.  In her free time Faith enjoys spending time with her husband and two children, traveling, hiking and camping.