The Cathedral Ridge community is made of all of you who have visited, volunteered, donated, and participated in our events. Below are the people who make this community possible.
The Right Reverend Robert J. O’Neill
Bishop of Colorado
Bishop O’Neill, bishop of the diocese of Colorado since January, 2004, is the driving force behind Cathedral Ridge. It is his vision that has turned it from dream to reality, and it will be his legacy as bishop. Bishop O’Neill received a bachelor’s degree from Texas Christian University and a master of divinity degree from Berkeley Divinity School at Yale University. He served 10 years as the Canon Educator at St. John’s Cathedral in Denver, where he created a comprehensive educational program for parishioners of all ages. Before returning to Colorado as bishop, he served as rector of Parish of the Epiphany in Winchester, Mass. While in Massachusetts, he was extensively involved in planning and developing the Barbara Harris Camp and Conference Center there. He was also a mentor for the Massachusetts diocesan Outward Bound programs, and helped establish the Diocesan Youth Leadership Academy. He and his wife, Ginger, have four grown children.
The Reverend Canon Ken Malcolm
Missioner for Evangelism, Christian Formation, and Leadership Training
Executive Director of Cathedral Ridge
A graduate of Episcopal Theological Seminary of the Southwest, Rev. Malcolm moved to Colorado in 2012 to become rector of St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Durango, and joined the bishop’s staff in 2015. Before coming to Colorado, he was associate rector at St. David’s Episcopal Church in Austin, where he had responsibility for Christian education and communications, as well as strategic oversight of all children’s, youth and young adult ministries. Before becoming a priest, Rev. Malcolm served as program director for the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia, coordinating all Christian education programs, including residential summer camp chaplains, conference center programs and diocesan parish youth ministries. He was also the strategic planning and construction management coordinator for the Virginia Diocesan Center in Roslyn, Va., and was development director for Shrine Mont Camps and Conference Center, a diocesan facility in Orkney Springs, Va. In addition to his Master of Divinity degree, Malcolm has a master’s degree in medieval history from Texas Tech University and a bachelor’s degree in liberal arts from Austin College in Sherman, Texas. He and his wife, Beth, are the parents of two sons, Douglas and Peter.
As manager of the Cathedral Ridge office, guest services, and billing, Kelly brings a background of extensive marketing and customer service experience built throughout her career. She is a successful grant writer, communicator, and consensus builder both in the community and within the team. Kelly graduated from Pikes Peak Community College with an Associate Degree in General Studies. She has served as the director of a local historical museum, managed a small publishing company, and advocated for a coalition of senior citizens so that they might stay independent in their homes. She worked in corporate America for many years before starting her own business.
She brings a spirit of fun, servant leadership, a gift for organization, and a belief that a good business is built on a foundation of excellent customer service. Kelly loves spending time with her son and grandson.
A Colorado native, and long-time resident of Denver, Stacey now lives in Woodland Park and serves as administrative assistant and reservation specialist at Cathedral Ridge. She helps ensure a smooth process for groups coming to Cathedral Ridge, from initial booking through arrival.
Stacey has a broad range of experience, from daycare provider to small business owner to working for a traffic control company, both in the field and behind the scenes at the administrative office where she handled payroll, account reconciliation, and ordering equipment needed on jobs. She enjoys making sure things run properly. Stacey feels called to her position at Cathedral Ridge where she finds her work fulfilling and feels closer to Christ’s presence.
Stacey loves spending time with her dog and life companion, Shadow.
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