Board of Directors
Joan Rogliano ~ Founder ~ A realtor for 25 years, Joan is the broker owner of Rogliano Real Estate Group. As a Divorce Real Estate Specialist, many of her clients are experiencing the transitions of divorce or widowhood. She founded the Wildflower Women’s Organization in 2010 to address the overwhelming needs of these families.
Patricia Gorman~Chair is an Area Manager at BBSI, responsible for ensuring that service offerings are professionally delivered to clients within the Denver marketplace. Her experience includes more than 35 years in business management positions in both Fortune 100 and entrepreneurial firms. Before joining BBSI, Patricia spent 10 years in the healthcare industry addressing the growth requirements of insurance companies. Prior to that the period, she assisted businesses in improving customer support and reducing operational cost in the telecommunications industry segment. Patricia has experience in strategic planning, sales, product management, marketing, and client support. She received her MBA from Seton Hall University and her BA degree from Fairleigh Dickinson University. She resides in the Washington Park area of Denver.
Rhonda Sinnema~ Interim Treasurer has over 30 years of experience in project management, sales and marketing, contract negotiation and compliance, and finance. She has worked in industries, such as telecommunications, information technology, public school education, transportation, and data operations. She now owns a tax preparation and consulting business, RMS Resource Management Services. Rhonda has a degree in Business Administration from the University of Denver. She returned to serve as Interim Treasurer in October 2013.
Kim Kirmmse Toth is a ‘recovered’ therapist who had a private practice for 23 years which she retired from in 2009. She now works with women ‘after 50′ to build their own self-sufficient online coaching business. This allows them to leverage their expertise and experiences and serve as their own retirement plan. As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker moving into an online coaching business, she had to learn a whole new skill set when it came to marketing herself. For 23 years she never did, so if she can do this, anyone can!! Kim received her Bachelor’s degree from a small girls school you never heard of and her MSW from the University of Denver.
Maureen Spiegleman~Financial Aid Committee Chair came to the Wildflower Women’s Organization after the sudden death of her husband in 2010. Maureen retired from her career as a mortgage broker shortly after becoming widowed and returned to college to pursue her long time passion working with the elderly. She left the mountains where she had lived for most of her marriage and moved to Denver. She graduated from Community College of Denver with an Associate’s Degree in Human Services in 2013. Maureen was named the Wildflower of the Year in 2013 due to her resilience and determination to “not just survive but to thrive”. In 2014 Maureen joined the Board of Directors where she serves as the Financial Aid Chairperson. Maureen also serves as a Commissioner with the Denver Commission on Aging where she serves as the Secretary.
Beth Barela~Mentoring Committee Coach, Principal/Senior IT Consultant, WWC Ltd. Beth opened her consulting practice, WWC Ltd, in July of 2009. Her consulting business is focused on dual roles – coaching leaders on how to capitalize on their differences and lead their teams in the most productive way; and developing and implementing IT infrastructure visions and strategies that improve the businesses capabilities to serve their customers. She has been certified in several productivity tools including Emergenetics, EQI, TESI, and Team Leadership Training. Prior to starting her own company, Beth spent 25+ years in various roles starting as a computer operator at USWest, progressing through several levels of management and leadership, until she became Vice President of Hosting Infrastructure at TriZetto, a healthcare software company. She has managed teams from 2 to 250 people in ten states. Her career has afforded her excellent opportunities to work with wonderful women along the way, sometimes mentoring them and other times being mentored by them. Over the last decade, she has established/participated in several women’s groups to further each others’ success in work and life.
Beth received her BS in Psychology from Regis University in 2005. Her current interests include travel, gardening, and enjoying her family including three granddaughters.
Jani McCarty is a Transformational Life Coach® and Licensed Heal Your Life® Teacher & Coach. Her business, Love & Light TLC Transformation offers life coaching, workshops and journey groups to empower others to illuminate, liberateand celebrate their lives. Graduating from the University of Northern Colorado, this Colorado nativeearned degrees in Communications, Sociology and Psychology. Drawingupon her experience and wisdom from her own transformational journey,she intuitively inspires and empower others. She helps others processsabotaging patterns and limiting beliefs so they can create and manifestjoyful, successful lives. As a high school teacher, corporate administrator, entrepreneur, business owner, recovering alcoholic/addict, and parent/step parent, Jani celebrates a fascination and joy in the uniqueness and the unity of all people. She supports and is committed to the success of the WWO mission!!
Vicie Reales, AINS, CISR, CIC, CRM, CPIW, DAE~Membership Committee Chair is currently a HUB International Insurance Services at the Denver office and Customer Service Specialist at Lawyers Professional Liability. Her mission in life is to help others in whatever way she can. Vicie tries to start each day remembering that each person she comes into contact I am impacting their life and they are impacting my life. I am the mother of two sons, one step son and the grandmother of five beautiful grandchildren. All of her children and grandchildren live in North Carolina, with the exception of one grandson in the Navy in New Orleans. She was married to her late husband for 17 years and we were together for 19 years. My husband had a heart attack in 2006 and was only able to work for eight months after the heart attack. He had many more medical issues that came up over those last years and was very ready to leave this earth when he left at the young age of 56. She is dedicated to the mission of the Wildflower Women’s Organization and thrilled to be a member of the board!