Serve Colorado: Program and Impact Officer for Rural Development and Economic Mobility
Teralyn Dorst is Serve Colorado’s Program and Impact Officer for Rural Development and Economic Mobility. Teralyn brings years of experience working and serving with government and nonprofit organizations. Upon completion of her dual Bachelor’s Degrees in Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management and International Business, Teralyn went on to complete two AmeriCorps terms as a tutor with Great Oaks Legacy Charter School and a Team Leader with AmeriCorps NCCC. Teralyn’s NCCC experience led her to Portland, OR where she worked with Habitat for Humanity as a Volunteer Coordinator leading their ReStore volunteer program.
After serving in this role, she went on to complete a disaster response to Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas, assisted a vaccination clinic with Snohomish County in Washington, led a team of young adults in trail work with Northwest Youth Corps, and served as Incident Commander for the AmeriCorps Disaster Response Team (ADRT) response to Hurricane Ida. After working with the Colorado Department of Public Safety in their Office of Emergency Management, Teralyn transitioned to Serve Colorado to continue to support meeting community-based needs through service.