Boulder County AIDS Project’s (BCAP) Board of Directors is proud and excited to announce their selection of Frank O’Caña as the Agency’s next Executive Director. He succeeds Ana Hopperstad, who has been BCAP’s Executive Director since 2008. Frank is recognized as a leader in HIV Prevention in Colorado. He holds fourteen years of nonprofit management experience, and has served as BCAP’s Prevention Director and a senior member of the BCAP Management Team for the past eight year
Today, Atlas members, BCAP volunteers, and Agency supporters rallied to join Team BCAP for the 31st Annual AIDS Walk Colorado: A Festival for Life! Team BCAP raised over $10,000 and recruited 37 team members to take part in the Rocky Mountain Region’s oldest one-day HIV and AIDS fundraiser. We walked alongside folks from throughout the state come together as a community to raise money for vital services for people living with or at risk of acquiring HIV.
A childhood trip to Colorado convinced Kelsey Rose Weigman she would eventually settle here. Always a big fan of being outdoors, Kelsey fell in love with the area’s clean air and mountains. She typically starts her day with her own yoga practice, which is something she’s done for so long that it is just a natural part of her life. She recently completed her classwork for a Public Health degree from Temple University in Pennsylvania. All that remained to graduate was a 600-hou
Former BCAP Prevention Department Intern & continuing Atlas supporter, Nico Delgado, has been serving with the Peace Corps as a Health Promoter in Peru since last August. During his quick trip back to Colorado, he was able to take the time and educate Atlas members about what life is like in the Peace Corps. He showed us a couple of "dinámicas" (or "ice breakers") that he plays with his Peruvian youth groups, talked about day-to-day work with his counterparts, and even taught