Citizens Project Welcomes New Board Members in 2014

DanaCapozella pictureDana Capozzella is currently working as the Compliance Manager and Operations manager for Cascade Investment Group, Inc., as well as a Brigadier General, Commander of the Colorado Army National Guard. Capozzella received her BA in psychology from St Lawrence University and her Masters in Strategic Military Studies at the Army War College. She is also a graduate of the Colorado Springs Leadership Institute. Capozzella currently serves as President of the Colorado National Guard Joint Diversity Council, President of the Southwest Regional Joint Executive Council for National Guard Bureau, and as the Colorado National Guard Representative for the Joint Diversity Executive Council for National Guard Bureau.

IMG_3765Brendan Curran is a Captain in the U.S. Army where he serves as an Operational Planner for the 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne) of US Army Special Forces Command. Curran received his BS in Philosophy, with a concentration in continental/feminist philosophy and ethics from Towson University. He is also a graduate of the National Security Space Institute and is currently pursuing an MA in Diplomacy from Norwich University.  He also serves as a member of the Colorado Springs World Affairs Council, and volunteers as a Docent for the Space Foundation – Discovery Center.

Amy Dinofrio PictureAmy Dinofrio is the Vice President of Human Resources and Internal Operations at Pikes Peak United Way. She has her BS in Education and her MS in Human Resources. In the past, Dinofrio has served as both treasurer and president of the Interfaith Hospitality Network Board, and she currently serves as president of the Inside/Out Youth Services Board.


Bob Miner pictureBob Miner is a retired Air Force officer who formerly worked as the Pikes Peak Building Department’s mechanical official and as a senior engineer for the Colorado Springs Utilities’ customer engineering division . He has a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin and a MS in Engineering Management from the University of Alaska. Amongst his previous positions, he was the president of the Colorado Springs Civic Theater, the Chairman of the International Mechanical Code Committee, and the Vice President of the local ASHRAE Chapter. He currently volunteers for The Nature Conservancy at their Aiken Canyon Preserve and serves as a member of the D11 Budget Committee.

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