Our Board

Caring Ambassadors Program, Inc. is a national nonprofit organization that establishes, oversees, and supports the work of disease-specific programs.

The Caring Ambassadors Board of Directors provides strategic direction, governance and oversight for the organization.

The Executive Director is the connection between the Board of Directors and the specific programs and staff. The Executive Director oversees program budgets, planning, financing, alignment with strategy, and performance management along with managing the operations and administration of the Caring Ambassadors offices.

The disease-specific Program Directors spearhead Caring Ambassadors activities that impact patients’ lives, public awareness and policy on a daily basis. The Program Directors are constantly working to fulfill the Caring Ambassadors mission through meeting needs of the communities they serve.

Board of Directors

The Caring Ambassadors Program Board of Directors provides strategic direction, governance and oversight for the organization. We are extremely grateful for the commitment and dedication of our Board of Directors.


  • Randy Dietrich, Chair, Greenwood Village, CO
  • Chuck Singleton, Greenwood Village, CO
  • Brooke Willman, Boise, ID
  • Molly Dietrich Stair, Vail, CO

Welcome to Our New Board Members

Brooke Willman – Currently in the Graduate Medical Education field where she is the administrative support for the Psychiatry and Family Medicine Residencies at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center, where she focuses on enhancing the educational training of the doctors. Previously she was a teacher with an innovated and inclusive classroom where he goal was to empowered students to embrace themselves and their education. Her passion for education and advocacy started when she had a life changing experience as a volunteer at a primary school in South Africa. After this experience, she co-founded a non-profit which focused on providing free education, supplies, and meals to under-served children in South Africa. She has had the privilege to work with Caring Ambassadors on The Sewall Model of Inclusion project, where she was inspired by the work and impact that Caring Ambassadors generates.

Molly Dietrich Stair – Currently serving a role in Sales at Iterable where she focuses on establishing partnerships with Fortune 100 companies. A graduate of St. Olaf College where she earned her degree in Social Entrepreneurship. Prior to that, her passion for making a positive difference in the world manifested when she co-founded a non-profit, focused on providing free education to underprivileged children in South Africa.