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Courtney Hoff

Project Administrator,
Colorado Springs & The Surrounding Five Counties

Courtney grew up on the East Coast and earned a bachelor’s degree in human services from Old Dominion University before moving to Colorado. Prior to The Trust, she worked at nonprofit organizations for eight years, most recently as a grants and project manager for a transitional housing program. She lives in Colorado Springs with her two young kids and their cat, Mr. Pickles.

Max Kronstadt

Community Organizer,
Colorado Springs & The Surrounding Five Counties

Max grew up in Silver Spring, Md. before coming to attend Colorado College in 2016, where he majored in political science. Throughout high school and college, he has been active in community organizing efforts on campus and off, and is excited to continue this work with The Colorado Trust. In his free time, he likes to run, cook, play various games, bug his friends and family, and generally engage in silliness whenever possible.

Eric Hoshang Pavri

Senior Community Organizer,
Colorado Springs & The Surrounding Five Counties

Eric and his family live in Colorado Springs. Prior to joining The Trust, he was a practicing attorney, running a nonprofit office representing immigrants seeking asylum, escaping domestic violence, and facing deportation and family separation. Prior to that he was a public defender in Ohio, a Peace Corps volunteer in Guatemala, and a national park ranger throughout the West. His parents both immigrated to the United States, and he believes, as they did, that everyone deserves a fair opportunity to thrive, no matter their origins.

Mia Ramirez

Community Partner,
Colorado Springs & The Surrounding Five Counties

Born and raised in Colorado Springs, Mia has a passion for improving community health. Mia earned a Masters of Public Health degree from Boston University and has over 15 years of community health experience working both nationally and internationally, from the grassroots level to the federal and international health agency level.