Parent Council Board

Your 2021-2022 Parent Council Board is:

President –
Vice President – Pauline Durrow
Treasurer – Erika Lidster-Burdett

Member at Large – Susan Adams
Member at Large – Rachael Kenney-Reid

To contact the Parent Council, please email: parentcouncil@mountainphoenix.org.

Parent Council Board

Pauline Durrow (AKA: Pauli)          Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Pauline Durrow (AKA: Pauli) Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Vice-President

Sharing that I'm a parent to six children and the three youngest attend MPCS is most likely a prerequisite for this kind of bio.

As part of the MPCS community I'm very passionate about:
Providing education and support for our caregivers
Advocating for our LGBTQA+ kiddos
Expanding our curriculum to include BIPOC history and representation regularly
Supporting awareness around invisible disabilities

The majority of my life has been spent helping people at the births of their children and during the postpartum period. I find organizing, cleaning, and decluttering spaces oddly enjoyable and relaxing. My biggest vices are sci-fi books, hot baths, games, tea of all kinds, and dark chocolate. My grown children would most likely say that I gave them a love of dry humor and sarcasm, a love of reading, early balding genes, and too much knowledge about babies, birth, and breastfeeding.

Erika Lidster-Burdett

Erika Lidster-Burdett

Treasurer

Photo and bio coming soon.

Susan Adams

Susan Adams

Member At Large

Photo and bio coming soon.

Rachael Kenney-Reid

Rachael Kenney-Reid

Member At Large

Rachael (she/her) is a Massachusetts native who came to Colorado with her husband, Kevin, in 2009 (the mountains were calling!). The moment they walked on campus with their son Arthur (6) they all felt the magic of MPCS. They officially joined the community infall, 2018 and have slowly begun to get more and more involved. Rachael works as a health services researcher at the VA in Aurora, evaluating a variety of healthcare initiatives. Outside of work, she loves playing outside and road trips (especially when camping is involved). She saw joining the parent council as an opportunity to give back to the community that has given her so much. She appreciates that she can take on small short term projects when time allows and lay back when life gets particularly hectic.