STAFF & BOARD
This is our story.
Board Member Seth Cagin currently works for Mandarin Library Automation overseeing marketing. He founded The Telluride Watch newspaper with his wife, Marta Tarbell, and served as its publisher. He is on the board of the Telluride Mountain School, which he helped found in 1998. He previously served on the board of the Wilkinson Public Library and the Marketing Telluride board. He is also the author of three published books and is running for a seat in the Colorado legislature.
Katherine Borsecnik & Gene Weil
Board Members Katherine Borsecnik and Gene Weil are co-founders of Ebb Point foundation, which supports non-profit organizations that implement economic and social justice projects. Katherine is the President of the Foundation and an expert in nonprofit governance, having served in a leadership capacity on a variety of boards including Root Capital and Women for Women International, as well as locally with Mountainfilm and Telluride Academy. Katherine provides pro bono governance consulting to a variety of non-profit organizations. Gene is a Managing Director at Waterfall Asset Management. Prior to that, Gene was Co-Head of the Financial Institutions Group at Houlihan Lokey, and co-founder and CEO of Milestone Merchant Partners. In his career, Gene has focused exclusively on financial services across the depository institution, specialty finance (including mortgage, commercial and consumer finance), distressed real estate, and financial technology sectors. Gene also serves on the Board of Root Capital. Katherine and Gene consider Telluride home, having resided in the community part-time for the past 15 years.
Acting Director Amy Levek consults in planning for governments and private clients, as well as for non-profit organizations. She previously served on Telluride Town Council and as its Mayor, as well as San Miguel County Commissioner. Her work includes service as Planning Director for the Town of Telluride as well as several projects for San Miguel County and involvement in affordable housing projects for the Town of Telluride. As a planner representing both public and private interests, she has worked with diverse citizen groups and individuals involved in the public process. She has also served as the Executive Director of the Telluride Council for the Arts and Humanities and helped establish the San Miguel Authority for Regional Transportation as its first interim director.