Our Members

We are a board of dedicated members, comprised entirely of local volunteers who donate their time and energy to help the Boulder

Seniors Foundation support the community. Our current Board members are listed below.

If you are interested in being on our Board, please contact us. We are always looking for community members who

want to improve the lives of older adults who need our assistance.

Ingrid Shea

President

Ingrid came to Boulder in 1971 for her graduate degree in computer science from CU. She worked as a systems analyst/programmer for many years in different fields before retiring 10 years ago. In her free time, Ingrid enjoys playing and competing in senior volleyball. Ingrid has been with the Boulder Seniors Foundation as Treasurer since October, 2013.
Inga JuzystaVice President

Caryn GerberTreasurer
Caryn came to Boulder from New York in 1991 seeking sun and adventure. She obtained her MBA from CU and then began working for IBM. Today she serves as a CFO in IBM's Consulting brand. She is raising 2 boys and in her free time can be found hiking, backcountry skiing or even welding. She joined the BSF board in January 2021 as a way to give back to the older adults in this community who have given us so much.

Amy Wong

Secretary

Amy worked with dementia patients in Assisted Living facilities for seven years before starting a family and is now a stay at home mom to her four children. She has lived in Boulder since 2000 and enjoys traveling, skiing and making art projects. Amy has been on the Board since July 2019 and became Secretary in January 2020.

Ingrid Swords

Ingrid has lived in Boulder since 1996. She is a social worker who most recently worked at Jewish Family Service, coordinating support services for vulnerable older adults. In her free time, Ingrid enjoys traveling, hiking, the arts, and spending time with her husband, two daughters and son-in-law. Ingrid joined the Boulder Seniors Foundation Board in spring of 2021.


Marie Jacobs


Rob Luneberg

Rob came to Boulder in 1991 on a sabbatical as a research associate at NCAR. After graduating from Loyola University of Chicago in Philosophy he joined the Peace Corps and taught elementary school in Liberia. He then joined CARE and spent the following 32 years as a diplomat for the U.S. Government managing material and human resources for some some of the largest humanitarian crises in the world. He has lived in 13 African and South Asian countries. He has seven children, four of whom are adopted from Africa.