Mountainuos Landscape


Chief Operating Officer

Reporting to the executive director (ED), the Chief Operating Officer (COO) will have both internal and external facing responsibilities, ranging from client and project management (business development, framing of key approaches, high-quality client delivery, written products) to administration (information technology, reporting, facilities), and human capital (HR/recruiting, mentoring, career progression). The COO will partner closely with the ED to chart Show and Tell’s future growth and strategic response to an ever-increasing demand for the organization’s services. The COO is responsible for the management of Show and Tell’s financial management strategy and contributes to the development of the organization’s strategic goals. In addition to the strategic components, the COO will be charged with developing and implementing more sophisticated policies and procedures both in the finance and general operational realms.

Parent Educator

The primary responsibiltiy of the Parent Educator is to provide parent advising and trainings to underserved families of children with disabilities in the Denver metro area and to coordinate outreach efforts with other organizations ensuring that families and professionals receive information and resources to enable them to make informed decisions; working together to improve educational results for students with disabilities.


The Project Coordinator assumes leadership and outreach roles to families and professionals across the State of Colorado to improve the provision of health services for identified children and youth with special health care needs (CYSHCN) families. The Project Coordinator provides education, support, and referrals to families of CYSHCN, community providers, and professionals through in-person, telephone and e-mail assistance. The Project Coordinator is the source of information, resources and guidance to parents regarding CYSHCN health care access. Outreach to families of CYSHCN, especially parents, who are typically underserved and underrepresented is a key role of the position.