The Limb Preservation Foundation is governed by a Board of Directors comprised of philanthropists, medical professionals, and business and community leaders.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Rick is a long-time supporter of Limb Preservation Foundation. In 1985, Rick was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, and after six total knee replacements, has achieved a full recovery. Rick’s background encompasses wholesale trading/marketing, infrastructure planning, fundamental market analysis and consulting in the physical commodity markets. His team executes custom analytics and consulting project deliveries to a diverse clientele globally. Rick is an avid cyclist and alpine skier.
Beth ForsythVice President
Beth Forsyth is a retired Chief Operating Officer with a 39-year tenure with SCL Health, spending the past 15 years at SCL Health Good Samaritan Medical Center. She has been responsible for clinical and support services, including key service lines, cancer, trauma, and surgery where patients benefit from the services of The Limb Preservation Foundation. Beth served on both the Saint Joseph Hospital Foundation and the Good Samaritan Medical Center Foundation. Beth is a member of the Broomfield Rotary and volunteers for A Precious Child.
Rob Davidson is a retired architect and former President of H+L Architecture based in LoDo. Rob was diagnosed with Synovial Sarcoma in 1996. He has been involved with the Limb Preservation Foundation for many years and was honored at the LPF 2020 Golf Classic. Rob enjoys fly fishing, watercolor painting, skiing and golf.
Melissa WhitmerPast President
Melissa has an extensive background in serving the banking needs for healthcare organizations for the past 16 years of her 27 year banking career. She has been involved with LPF for a decade, serving on the board for the past three years. Melissa has many volunteer interests in the healthcare sector, most recently serving as a past board chair for SCL’s Good Samaritan Medical Center and actively engaging with the MS Society, American Heart Association and other non-profits. Melissa has a son and daughter and lives in Broomfield.
Daniel Lerman, M.D. Physician Liaison
Dr. Lerman is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon who specializes in the care of adult and pediatric patients with benign and malignant tumors of the bone and soft tissue. Dr. Lerman earned his medical degree at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. He completed his residency in orthopedic surgery at NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases and two fellowships at the Huntsman Cancer Institute at the University of Utah in basic science oncology research and sarcoma surgery.
Landon Fine, M.D. Centura Health
Dr. Fine serves as the Director of Orthopedic Trauma at Parker Adventist Hospital and is part of the clinical faculty at Rocky Vista University. He did his fellowship in orthopedic trauma at Indiana University Methodist Hospital and his residency at McLaren/Michigan State University. Dr. Fine is passionate about the mission of LPF. LPF has served his patients and he is actively helping the organization form important connections.
Jonny Gent has a background in engineering and business. He retired from an executive role for QEP Energy Company where he managed the drilling dept, contracts and purchasing. Jonny is a former limb preservation patient of Dr. Wilkins and current patient of Dr Kelly. During the past year, Jonny has volunteered on the LPF Patient Assistance and Scholarship Committees. Jonny recently attended LPF’s “Cause for Celebration” in 2021 and Limb Symposium in 2022. Jonny received his undergraduate and graduate degrees from the Colorado School of Mines. He has published numerous papers in his field. Jonny has a passion for history, particular the Civil War and Gilded Age periods. He is married to Virginia Gent for almost 40 years. The two have adult children and reside in Centennial.
Guy Lev, PT, DPT, COMTUCHealth
Guy Lev is a Physical Therapist focused on Amputee care. He holds a doctoral degree in Physical Therapy and manages the Central Park rehabilitation clinic at UCHealth. He also directs the Osseointegration rehabilitation program as a team member of the UCHealth Limb Restoration program. Guy started the UCHealth amputee support group 10+ years ago. He lectures on amputee care at Regis University and the University of Colorado Physical Therapy programs. Guy has been a researcher in a variety of aspects of amputee care. He lives in Golden, CO with his wife, Rusha, who is a pediatrician and their four children.
Jennifer MoeThe Donor Alliance Foundation
Jennifer brings significant experience in both communications and philanthropy to The Limb Preservation Foundation (LPF). She currently serves as Executive Director of The Donor Alliance Foundation, previously working for three years at Rose Community Foundation as the Director of Marketing. Prior to that, she spent nearly ten years as both the Director of Communications and PR and Community Relations Coordinator at Donor Alliance, the federally designated, nonprofit organ procurement organization and American Association of Tissue Banks (AATB) accredited tissue bank serving Colorado and most of Wyoming.
Jenna McMullinLockheed Martin
Jenna McMullin is the vice president of Communications for Lockheed Martin Space. She leads the strategic development and execution of communications to support the nearly $12 billion Space business area at Lockheed Martin spanning space exploration, satellites and spacecraft, mission solutions, national security programs and strategic and missile defense systems. Jenna was named an Outstanding Woman in Business in 2022 by the Denver Business Journal and is a sought-after public speaker. She is also a survivor of Ewing’s Sarcoma, a limb-threatening bone and tissue cancer, and breast cancer. She is the beneficiary of limb-preservation surgeries and is a bone and tissue donation recipient.
David Schnur, M.D.Plastic Surgery Clinic, Institute for Limb Preservation
Dr Schnur joined the Plastic Surgery Clinic in 2004 after nearly two years as an Assistant Professor at the University of Colorado Health Science Center and Colorado Children’s Hospital. He received his board certification from the American Board of Plastic Surgery over a decade ago. He has been a leader in the medical community serving as President of the Medical Staff at Presbyterian/ St. Luke’s Medical Center and has been recognized by his peers as a “Top doc” in 5280 magazine.
William Brown, MD Robert Bruhn Tom Cycyota Larry Fine Kyle Fink, MD Cyndi Kelly, MD Jim Martin Jon Schutz Tom Tucker Stephen Withrow, DVM
FOUNDER Ross Wilkins, M.D.
Marcy RubicExecutive Director
Marcy Rubic has 25 years of experience with health-related nonprofits. She previously served as the executive director for two hospital foundations and has held leadership roles with the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation and Facing Our Risk of Cancer Empowered. She has held the Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) credential since 2003 and earned a master’s degree from DePaul University with the focus of advancing development for health-related nonprofits. A Chicago native, Marcy and her husband live in the Roxborough area. She is thrilled to be part of the LPF community.
Christine LentzProgram Manager
Christine Lentz has a Marketing degree and an MBA from the University of Colorado at Boulder. In addition, she spent two years as an undergrad at Boston College. Christine began her career as a telecom Sales Manager for AT&T in both domestic and international accounts. After enjoying a career with AT&T, Christine took a break to raise her three sons, along with her husband. During that time, she obtained her Real Estate license and worked with both a local Land Management Company and a Real Estate Developer. As Christine’s children grew, her family enjoyed a very active lifestyle, including competitive skiing and snowboarding.
Eunice ForsterProgram Manager
Eunice Forster has over 10 years of experience in the financial services industry and recently felt compelled to switch gears to the nonprofit world. Giving back has always been important to Eunice and being able to work with the Limb Preservation Foundation has been lifechanging. Having been a longtime volunteer for other organizations, Eunice loves being able to work with amazing volunteers that help LPF. She is also passionate about the work as a program manager to help those suffering limb loss in so many ways. Outside of work, Eunice enjoys spending time with her husband and four girls, driving to too many extra curricular activities and having family time.