Who We Are and
What We Do
Seniors4Wellness was founded in 2021 by Vince Ventimiglia. As a former employee of The Yellow House and 50-year resident of Evergreen, Vince knows how important The Yellow House was to the community and the void left when it closed. A senior himself, Vince believes that extending one’s life span is not enough. Instead, he believes that seniors should be focused on their wellness span rather than just their life span. Vince defines wellness span as more than simply physical health; it’s a holistic approach focused also on social, mental, and nutritional health.
Founder & Executive Director
Ellen M. O’Connor
Vince Ventimiglia founded Seniors4Wellness, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit in 2021 and worked for Seniors Resource Center close to ten years. Vince moved to Evergreen in 1972 and has been active in the community coaching young players and is currently on the Evergreen Salvation Army board. Vince currently has a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit Soccer Dreams Without Borders whose mission is to help inner city youth. Vince graduated with a B.S. degree in Mining Engineering from Missouri School of Mines, Rolla, Missouri.
Ellen M. O’Connor retired from Evergreen Park & Recreation District as the Executive Director after 13 years. She joined the Seniors4Wellness board in 2021 and became the Executive Director and Administrator of Seniors4Wellness in the same year. Ellen has a Master’s in Education and over 40 years of experience in community outreach and programming for individuals of all abilities. She has a record of success working for vibrant and robust senior centers and developing innovative senior activities.
is the owner of Huff Insurance and Financial Services and has been an Evergreen resident since 1972. Kent has served as past president and member of the Blue Spruce Kiwanis Club, past board member of Big Chili, Inc. and Bootstraps, Inc. Kent is a 30-year member of the Evergreen Chamber and is a current board member of the Evergreen Salvation Army.
Joined Seniors4Wellness bringing seven years of experience in operating and directing departments for a non-profit for seniors at Seniors Resource Center. Prior to working at SRC, Nancy managed various small organizations, focusing on profitability, and streamlining all aspects of the companies. Nancy currently works in finance at Habitat for Humanity Metro Denver and serves as the Chair for Salvation Army Evergreen.
Sally has over 20 years of general management experience at an executive-level with three Fortune 100 companies. Additionally, she has deep experience as an executive coach and works with executive, senior and middle managers of domestic and international companies. Sally has been a resident of Evergreen for 15 years and has served on the boards of Community First Foundation and Exempla Hospitals. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Business and a Master’s degree in Organizational Leadership from the University of Denver.
Mary Tribby has been a resident of Colorado for 30 years and has been involved in numerous charitable activities involving the elderly. She was a civil litigator on the defense side for 20 years and currently practices elder law. Mary is passionate about helping clients prepare for whatever situations occur in their later stages of life and bringing them peace through purposeful planning. Mary is a prior board member of Montessori School of Evergreen and Think 360 Arts.