Khanh and his family immigrated to the USA from Vietnam during the Vietnam conflict. His family found their way to Colorado. He graduated from John F. Kennedy High School, a Denver Public School.
Khanh graduated from the Colorado School of Mines with a degree in chemical engineering and 3 minors: McBride Honors Program in Public Affairs, Latin American Specialization and Environmental Science.
Collegiate Program Coordinator
Born and raised as a Colorado native, Matt knows that there is greatness in everyone waiting to be released. Matt has spent his whole life passionate about health, fitness and helping others achieve their goals. After graduating from Colorado School of Mines in EE, Matt started his own legal services and identity theft protection business with LegalShield, where changing lives is the main focus of his team. Matt brings 10 years of personal and organizational leadership experience to SASE.
National Conference Coordinator
Jessica Moy was introduced to SASE by her husband, Clifton. Jessica received her B.A. in International Studies, Japan focus, at Colorado State University, and her M.A. in International Studies, China focus, at the University of Denver. Her previous jobs have included being a Coordinator for International Relations on the Japan Exchange Teaching (JET) Program and being an Outreach Coordinator for the University of Colorado - Boulder's Program for Teaching East Asia. When she is not working with SASE's outstanding volunteers to help coordinate the national conference, she enjoys spending time with Clifton and their one-year-old son, Jacob.
Information Technology Coordinator
Rolland Huie serves as the Information Technology Coordinator. He has been working in the information systems field for twenty years. During this time, he has held a number of leadership roles working as a designer, an information systems manager, content manager, a consultant, and as a trainer. He did his undergraduate work at The University of Texas at Austin. He has held positions with Procter & Gamble and Jones Lang LaSalle. He brings his depth of experience, technical skills and management capabilities to develop the administration and marketing operations of SASE. Rolland enjoys everything about food and learning new technologies/methods.
Jennifer joined SASE as its first full time Office Manager in August, 2014. She also serves as the Development Commitee Chair overseeing individual giving, the SASEsmiles Grant Program, Leadership Awards, and the Organization Achievement Awards. She brings more than 15 years of non-profit administration and organizational management experience to the team. Jennifer holds a BS and a MS in Environmental Horticultural Science from the University of Florida. In graduate school she also minored in Non-Profit Administration with a key focus on public budgeting and finance. She has served as an Executive Director of a non-profit botanical garden, a Major Gifts Director for a national non-profit foundation, and a Program Director for an environmentally focused non-profit organization. Her goal is to keep bringing the organization to the next level.
Working for over 25 years in the philanthropic and nonprofit community, Christy is dedicated to increasing the effectiveness and impact of people working and volunteering for the nonprofit sector. Christy is also a practicing artist. Recently, the Mizel Museum honored her with a commission to produce “Tikkun Olam” a collaborative art installation. Working with participants from 27 countries, the traveling exhibition focuses on intercultural respect through the universal values of social justice, freedom, equality and peace. A graduate of Regis University in Denver, Christy holds a Master’s Degree in Nonprofit Management. She received her BFA from the University of Maine.