Colorado Kids Create, Inc. Board of Directors

Chair: Farra Lanzer

Farra is the PR and Community Relations Director for Madwire®, a member of the Forbes Communication Council, and an active member in the Fort Collins community. Farra has a passion for all forms of art, especially art in education. She loves the Colorado outdoors and enjoys hiking, snowboarding and spending time with her family, friends, and her dog, Bella.

Co-Executive Director: William Myers

Bill is a third generation Coloradan. His passion for service is evidenced by his 40 year Real Estate career & charitable contribution in the community. Bill is an ambassador for the Loveland Chamber of Commerce.

Co-Executive Director: Natalie Myers

Natalie is a children’s book author who has resided in Northern Colorado since 1969. She enjoys writing, playing guitar, quilting and outdoor activities with friends and family. She was a stay at home mother for 27 years, during which time she taught her ten children violin using the Suzuki method.

Advisor: Mark McFann

Mark owns entertainment marketing company Cast a Long Shadow, and is co-owner of Summit Hard Cider, Soul Squared Brewery and Emprise Solutions.  He is the former co-owner of synthetic lubricant manufacturer, Royal Purple. Mark is a lover of music, film, travel and family.  He’s also enjoys hiking, biking and skiing.

Secretary: Molly Kincaid

Molly has been living and loving in Colorado since Jan 2014. In addition to being a wife and mother, she works as a mortgage loan office and attends classes at CSU. She enjoys all of the beauty Colorado has to offer and spends lots of time outdoors with her family.

Treasurer: Trent McFall

Trent is Fort Collins native and graduated from Colorado State in 2018. He’s worked in Real Estate in Northern Colorado for the last 3 years and puts service and helping other at the top of his priorities. This is his first time serving on the board of a non-profit, and he couldn’t be more excited to be involved with an organization who focuses on promoting creativity for kids.