Board of Directors
Denver Health, Cancer Resources Center
Elizabeth Bibiloni currently works as a Health Education Specialist at the Cancer Resources Center in Denver Health Hospital. For the last six years Elizabeth had been working as a Patient Navigator for breast and cervical cancer diagnostics at Denver Health Hospital. Prior to working at Denver Health, Elizabeth worked 15 years as a social worker in Puerto Rico, gaining valuable experience with the community.
City of Littleton
Manda Dinkel currently manages the audit department at StarkSchenkein, LLP. She is a graduate of the Grand Canyon University with her Bachelor of Business Administration in Accountancy. Manda has been involved with public accounting since 1999. Manda specializes in auditing and reviewing nonprofit organizations and publicly traded companies. Additionally, Manda worked in the accounting department at the Children’s Hospital in Aurora for a period of two years. In 2010, Manda was elected to the Board of Directors of Denver Gives and as board treasurer. In 2012, Manda was elected as Board President for Denver Gives. Recently, Manda was elected to the Finance Committee of HOPE Communities, Inc. She holds professional memberships with the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Colorado Society of Certified Public Accountants.
Public Service Credit Union
Colleen Knoll is the Chief Financial Officer for Public Service Credit Union. She has lived and worked in the Denver area for 30 years. She and her husband have 3 children. Her mother passed away as a result of mastectomy surgery for breast cancer three years ago. “While work for me has always been about the numbers, life is about the journey. I hope in my life to live in a world without breast cancer.”
Dr. Dev Paul, DO, PHD, FACP
Rocky Mountain Cancer Center
Degrees: Medical Oncology Fellowship, Breast Cancer Specialization, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD, 1995-1998.
Internal Medicine Residency, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, 1992-1995.
Internship, Lansing General Hospital, Lansing, MI, 1991-1992.
Medical School: D.O., Ph.D., Pathology, Medical Scientist Training Program, College of Osteopathic Medicine, Michigan State University, E. Lansing, MI, 1984-1991.
Summa Cum Laude, Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts, Biology, University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT, 1979-1983.
Dr. Scot Sedlacek
Rocky Mountain Cancer Center
Degrees: Medical Oncology and Hematology Fellowship, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Denver, CO
Doctor of Medicine, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA
Chief Resident in Medicine, University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, California
Straight Medicine Internship and Residency: University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, California
BS, Iowa State University, Ames, IA
Center Health, EPIC Credentialed Trainer
Joanne is a seasoned and capable professional with a unique blend of expertise in directing healthcare, preventive services and quality improvement programs. Ms. Madrid is skilled at working with diverse communities, negotiating and monitoring contracts, project management and budget development. She has a knack for motivating partners in times of uncertainty. Joanne has a long history of developing and implementing successful programs and strategies, recruiting local geographic leaders, working with state and federal lawmakers and leading effective initiatives to improve access to quality medical services for Coloradans. She is a persuasive and a talented public speaker who has been successful at ‘selling’ healthy behaviors to the public as well as convincing lawmakers to vote in support of a healthy Colorado. Known as an innovative grantmaker and community organizer, she has presented locally and nationally at a variety of conferences and workshops.
Leslie Heins is proud to be joining the Board and to serve the Sue Miller Day of Caring organization. Leslie, as the daughter of Sue Miller, has worked with her mother and played an active but “unofficial” role in DOC since its inception. “I’ve seen and experienced personally, the vital contributions DOC has made to improving the lives of literally thousands of breast cancer survivors and their families across the front range and beyond. From education to financial aid, to the love and emotional support DOC and its ‘members’ provide to one another, it is clear that the mission of DOC is extraordinary. I have had the privilege to get to know dozens, if not hundreds, of volunteers to the DOC over the years, and I am honored to serve in my new “official” capacity!”
In the 1970’s Sue Miller was a young mother, wife, and a professional model when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. This was a time when few, if any, groups existed to assist with the traumas of breast cancer. Women who suffered with fear about the disease and deformities had no one to turn to about their loneliness and feelings of inferiority and lack of femininity.
Years after her diagnosis, Sue decided to create an opportunity for women who had breast cancer to feel beautiful again by being in a fashion show. In 1981, the Sue Miller – Day of Caring was created as the first breast cancer organization to form within the state of Colorado.