The Third Way Young Professionals Board was created in 2014 as a means to introduce young thought and business leaders in the Denver community to the work of Third Way. The board hosts year round events that benefit Third Way including their marquee event The Writing on the Wall. They also volunteer their time to adopt one of the Third Way facilities. The goal of the group is to help support the development efforts of Third Way, and teach Young Professionals what it means to be part of a board and play an active role in the workings of a nonprofit organization.
Alison Greenberg MilliceCo-Founder
Alison Greenberg Millice is a documentary film producer and Advancement Director for the Denver Film Society. Saving Face was her first producer credit, which won the Academy Award® for Best Documentary Short in 2012 and an Emmy for Best Documentary. It aired on HBO on March 8th, 2012 to over a million viewers and since then has aired in 30 different markets around the world. She has four other documentaries currently in production including Rolling Papers which was purchased by Alchemy in 2015 at the South by Southwest Film Festival and will premiere in theaters in February 2016. Alison holds a B.A. from the University of Southern California, where she studied communications, film and political science. Upon graduation in 2007, she moved to New York City and worked as executive assistant to the CEO of the Tribeca Film Institute. Missing the fresh air, she returned to her home state of Colorado in 2009 and lives there with her husband Clayton, daughter Lawson and golden retriever Butters.
Winter Wall is the founder of W3 Global Consulting, LLC., in which she focuses on the nexus of NGO, government and for profit sectors--in bridging the chasm of mistrust to harness the unique strengths of each sector to propel development and increase sustainable impact. She worked as the Project Coordinator for the 2012 Presidential Debate at the University of Denver. She has worked and lived in Uganda, Rwanda, DRC, India, China, Nepal, Thailand and Indonesia with organizations focused on community development, job training and gender-based violence prevention. She has a Master’s degree from the University of Denver in International Development and Humanitarian Affairs and a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Denver in International Affairs, Gender Studies and Communication.
Ruth Bruno is the Public Art Program Manager at Colorado Creative Industries, the state of Colorado's arts agency. As the Program Manager, Ms. Bruno oversees the selection process for Colorado's Art in Public Places program, in which 1% of the construction budget for state-funded project is allocated for public art. As well, Ms. Bruno consults on various contemporary art projects and installations, including for the Denver-based nomadic art museum, Black Cube. Previously, Ms. Bruno served as Production Coordinator and Assistant Curator for the 2013 edition of the Biennial of the Americas. In addition to holding positions in commercial art galleries, she has a background in the nonprofit-arts sector in Denver, including working at the Denver Art Museum, as well as with the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District assisting with the commissioning of a public artwork for the Denver Performing Arts Complex. Ms. Bruno earned an MA in Visual Arts Administration, with a focus in Arts Management, from New York University and a BA in history and art history from Colorado College. In her spare time, Ms. Bruno likes explore Colorado, in a quest for the next mountain view and/or delicious craft beer.
As a Broker with PorchLight Real Estate Group, I hold myself to a higher standard than my competition. The barrier to entry is low in this industry and tends to attract all types of individuals, I make sure to set myself apart and focus on building a relationship based business, driven by glowing referrals. It's this focus and the high level of training PorchLight provides that has me recognized as a "Frontrunner" within our company.
My beautiful and supportive wife Meg is the most amazing mother our to young son, William. I strive for a balance between my work and personal life because without them, I wouldn't be where I'm at today. Together we also managing our rental units and look to pursue additional ventures in the coming years. When not working, we try to vacation or visit the mountains as often as possible
Paige Henchen is an independent management consultant specializing in growth strategy and private equity. Prior to starting her own business, Paige worked for Bain & Company in New York and San Francisco. Paige holds a BA in Economics from Yale University and an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business. She enjoys reading and spending time in the mountains with her husband, Mike.
Carly Jones is a recruiting professional, currently managing the talent acquisition for Xactly Corporation, an international publicly traded software company headquartered in San Jose, California. After graduating from Middlebury College with a BA in Psychology, Carly began her professional career in Washington DC, where she lived and worked for four years before returning to Denver in 2014. As a fifth-generation Colorado native, Carly enjoys living back in Denver within close proximity to her family and friends, and of course, the mountains, too.
Margaux is a Registered Associate with Morgan Stanley Private Wealth Management. She is responsible for helping manage client accounts, day to day inquiries and trading as well as serving as a liaison to the team’s base of high net worth individuals and family offices.
Prior to joining Morgan Stanley, Margaux was with Barclays in Washington, DC, where she served as a Senior Analyst for a team with approximately 80 accounts, and assets under management of $1.4 billion.
Margaux graduated with her B.S.B.A. in International Business from the University of Denver. She received scholarships and academic awards as a member of the University of Denver Division I Women’s Soccer Team.
Margaux is a member of the Third Way Center Young Professionals Board in Denver and has volunteered extensively across the country as well as internationally.
As a Colorado native, Margaux enjoys the outdoors, mountaineering, yoga and Broncos games.
Margaux’sl licenses include Series 7, 66 and 3.
Lawson Mischer is a nonprofit development professional, most recently managing the corporate and foundation portfolios for Teach For America’s Colorado region, based in Denver. Previously, Lawson lived in Vail, Colorado and served as the Education Development Officer for the Vail Valley Foundation.
Lawson graduated Summa Cum Laude from Vanderbilt University in 2008, with a major in Human and Organizational Development. Driven by her passion for cross-sector collaboration and sustainable social progress, she is currently pursuing her master’s degree in Social Entrepreneurship from Pepperdine University.
Outside of work and Third Way, Lawson also serves on Roundup River Ranch’s Friends of Camp committee. Originally from Houston, Texas, she now relishes life in Colorado, amid the mountains she loves.
Rhiannon Tryon is a paralegal at COPIC, a medical professional liability company in Denver, Colorado. She has been with the company since August of 2005 working on a wide variety of corporate law and health law matters. Rhiannon received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Colorado State University. She also has a Paralegal Certificate from Arapahoe Community College and a Master’s degree in Organizational Leadership with a Healthcare Administration Specialization from Colorado State University Global Campus. Rhiannon is a Colorado native who does not like to ski. She loves cooking, traveling, reading and her Portuguese water dog, Cinder.