Roxy Gaines, married, mother of three, is from Kansas City, Mo., and moved to Colorado in 1973. She graduated from Thomas Jefferson High School and after receiving a certificate in Early Childhood Development from the Emily Griffin Opportunity School, she owned and operated a daycare for 10 years. She was also a business owner of Spin Records & Tapes located in the 5 points area of Denver from 1993 until 1997. She is currently an Executive Office Manager for the Highline Rehab Center. Roxie’s motto is “no child left behind because of the opportunities offered at the Re-Creation Center.”

Vice President
Nakisha Roberson, mother of three, is from Denver, Colorado and attended Colorado Community College of Denver and received an Associates degree in Orthopedic Technician and Radiology 1998-2000. She is currently employed with Frontier Airlines as a reservations agent. Nakisha’s vested interest is in the well being of at-risk youth.

Lynne Porter, married mother of two and grandmother of two, is originally from Des Moines, Ia., She moved to Colorado in 1975 and started working for the telephone company, Mountain Bell, in 1978 and retired from the same company 31 1/2 years later in 2009 as Dex Media One. Lynne is currently a stay-at-home housewife with a passion and a personal interest to see the Re-Creation Center grow.

Bettie Porter is currently employed with the United States Postal Service where she has been serving for the past 23 years. Over that time she has had several positions working with finances, including end of the night closures, and balancing contract stations expenditures. Currently she is volunteering with the Re-creation Center as Treasurer. The position is challenging, yet rewarding and Bettie feels blessed to work with a group of such dedicated individuals.