Ginny has worked in non-profit management for over 35 years as the Director of the local Crisis and Information Helpline, Project Self-Sufficiency, Crossroads Safehouse, and most recently retired as the Director of Larimer County Department of Human Services.
She continues to serve as a volunteer with Pathways Hospice and to teach classes in Age-ing to Sage-ing through the Alliance for Jewish Renewal.
Their twin daughters, Sasha and Tovah, both graduated from Har Shalom preschool and now attend Har Shalom Religious School.
Adam earned a bachelor’s degree in Anthropology from the University of California Santa Cruz and recently graduated from the University of Denver, Sturm College of Law.
Her daughter, Davi, thrived at Har Shalom’s Preschool and looks forward to religious school every week.
She loves organizing things and is happy to keep track of the CHS Board and all its activities.After many years of consulting and research in the Biomedical Engineering field, Madi is now developing her private practice as a spiritual director and dream worker. Ginny Riley has been a member of Congregation Har Shalom for more than 15 years.In the past, she has served as Secretary of the Board and Chair of the Bylaws Committee.She has been on the board since 2005, including her first tour on the presidential team from 2009-2014.With her family, Madi moved to beautiful Fort Collins, CO from Israel in 2000 and loves the opportunities for hiking, skiing, road trips, and enjoying the outdoors that abound here.