Rocky Mountain Fisher House Staff
Rocky Mountain Fisher House Program Director
Tessa Levy is the Fisher House Manager/Program Director at Rocky Mountain Fisher House. She has spent over 20-years at the Eastern Colorado Healthcare System with training in clinical social work. She spent her first 18 years working in the Denver VA outpatient Mental Health Clinic, treating veterans suffering from a broad range of mental illnesses. After that she spent three years working in geriatric programs within the VA and ultimately landing in her current position as the Eastern Colorado Healthcare System Fisher House Manager/Program Director in October 2014. She is honored to be able to finish out her career as the caretaker of this special home and remarkable program.
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Program Support Assistant
Wanda Carter is the Fisher House Program Support Assistant at the Rocky Mountain Fisher House. She is a United States Army Veteran and served as a Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Specialist for 10 years. She served with the 10th Mountain Division, 25th Infantry Division, 192nd Ordnance Battalion (EOD) and the 4th Infantry Division with one tour supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom. Wanda has worked with the Eastern Colorado Healthcare System since 2013 and began her career as a Medical Support Assistant working with both the Primary Care and Home Based Primary Care Programs. She is currently the Fisher House Program Support Assistant and is ready to carry out the mission of the Fisher House Foundation. As a Veteran, Wanda has the experience and knowledge needed to provide administrative and emotional support to the Fisher House families during their time of need.
Jim Dingfelder is a volunteer and the Volunteer Coordinator for Rocky Mountain Fisher House. After retiring from a long career in customer service in early 2015, Jim meticulously planned out his retirement looking for ways to keep himself busy and to give back to his community. Ultimately he chose Rocky Mountain Fisher House and soon after decided to take over the herculean task of managing all of our volunteers. Jim is responsible for organizing and tracking all volunteer requests. Without his wonderful assistance, the Rocky Mountain Fisher House would not be able to benefit to the degree that it does from the generosity of our community.
For inquiries about volunteering at the Rocky Mountain Fisher House
Contact Jim Dingfelder