Glorie Magrum, Executive Director (16 years with HNS):

Glorie Magrum is the Executive Director of House of Neighborly Service and the Life Center.  She is a graduate of Long Beach City College and Eagle Rock University, Long Beach.  She worked at Hewlett Packard/DCD Ft. Collins and Loveland’s Reporter Herald Publications before joining the House of Neighborly Service staff in 2001.  Glorie received the United Way “Collaborator of the Year” award in 2010 and Loveland Rotary Club’s “Community Member of the Year” award in 2012.  She is co-chair of Larimer County’s Long Term Recovery Group for the September 2013 flood, a member of the Larimer County VOAD, serves on the Board of  Directors of King’s Kids Africa, and multiple community and outreach committees.

Glorie has shared the mission of House of Neighborly Service and the vision of the Life Center to the American Public Human Service Commission in Washington DC, the National Differential Response Conference in Seattle, Washington, and many times in the local arena of business, churches, schools, and government.


Sarah Morales, Director of Development (2 years with HNS):

Sarah Morales has 20 years of experience in development, event planning, fundraising, grant writing and production experience. Her background includes consultation to other non-profit organizations. Sarah now serves HNS in the position that utilizes her passion for charitable giving to enhance the mission of HNS, one she believes in whole-heartedly-helping to provide help for today and hope for tomorrow.


Gary Mitchell, Finance Manager (11 years with HNS):

Gary holds a Masters Degree in Accounting and has more that 20 years experience in the field of financial accounting. Gary ensures that House of Neighborly Service accounting and financial reporting is accurate and available to the public, our donors, and grantors.


Jenelle Forbes, Facility Manager (2 years with HNS):

Jenelle Forbes brings to our Facility team a background in Engineering. She provides leadership in a variety of contexts, including the coordinated effort of multi-tenants in serving clients as well as many collaborative community partners.


Gwen Stephenson, Programs Team Manager (1 year with HNS):

Gwen is not a stranger to HNS and its many and diverse programs.  She served as House of Neighborly Service’s Executive Director for 7 years prior to moving to a new community and serving with other non-profits.  We are delighted to have her back on the team, bringing her experience and compassion as she oversees the HNS programs.


Erin Becerra, Food Department Manager (13 years with HNS):

Erin Becerra has been a part of the House of Neighborly Service staff since 2003. Erin serves as the manager of the HNS Food Program and is passionate about being part of a team of 40+ volunteers and staff dedicated to providing wholesome, nourishing food baskets to our struggling neighbors.


Alma Blanco, Clothing Department Manager (7 years with HNS):

Alma manages the Clothing Program and HNS Boutique, coordinating donations and display areas of the HNS Boutique. She also oversees and coordinates 30+ volunteers.


Sonia Faber, Berthoud Manager (2 years with HNS):

Sonia and her volunteer team facilitates House of Neighborly Service programs in Berthoud to serve residents in the most southern regions of Larimer County.  Sonia also represents the agency at local events and fundraising activities in the Berthoud community.


Katherine Stover, Lead Caseworker (3 years WITH HNS):

Katherine has many years of experience in the area of management, social services, and educational programs.  She leads the HNS staff and volunteer case management team, as well as clerical and hospitality volunteers.  House of Neighborly Service caseworkers go through extensive training and interact with representatives from local agencies and organizations to keep well informed about new programs or changes in our area.


Board of Directors

House of Neighborly Service Board president, Paul Hernandez

House of Neighborly Service is governed by a Board of Directors representing a diverse group of compassionate and caring people. They give their valuable time, business and professional expertise, support HNS with financial and personal commitment, and act as ambassadors for House of Neighborly Service to promote our mission.