Allison Griebel - Executive Director

Allison joined Grand Futures as the managing director in October of 2015. She is excited be a part of Grand Futures and share her passion and commitment to increase social change in positive lifestyle choices among youth. Allison earned a Master of Public Administration from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey, California and a B.A. in International Studies. She also holds professional certification in DPMI (design, partnering, management, and innovation). Previous experience includes consulting for international nonprofits, working with disadvantaged youth, domestic homelessness, and veterans issues. In her free time, Allison loves to spend time outside with her husband cross country skiing, snowboarding, camping, hiking, and fishing.

Contact Allison: or (970) 819 - 7805

Maggie Rainwater - Tri-County Tobacco Prevention Coordinator

Maggie moved to Grand County in July 2014 after receiving her Bachelor's in Psychology from Wichita State University. She feels lucky to work for Grand Futures which gives her an opportunity to use her knowledge of the brain and how it develops in different environments (such as under the influence of drugs) and her love of working with youth. Her interests include: telling bad jokes, hiking, skiing, and practicing yoga.

Contact Maggie:

Carin Reeter - Grand Program Director

Carin Reeter

Carin is a Grand County native. She graduated with her Bachelors in History from Colorado Mesa University where she was also a Resident Assistant and learned about building community, starting educational conversations to spark student growth and how the two together can help students be successful academically and socially. After college she worked for University of Colorado - Boulder in residence life before returning to the high rockies. Here at Grand Futures Prevention Coalition she hopes that her past experiences can be applied to her role and make a difference in the lives of Grand County’s Youth. In her free time, you can find her mountain biking, skiing, running, and surfing.

Contact Carin: (970) 887-9655,

Cassandra Vigil - Routt County Program Director

Cassandra Vigil was born and raised in Craig, Colorado and has returned after receiving her Bachelor’s in Sociology to work at The Haven Assisted Living facility for several years. Now, with a desire to expand her knowledge base into serving youth, Cassandra is proud to become the Moffat County Program Director for Grand Futures. Cassandra is incredibly close to her family which has been a constant inspiration to her over the years. One of the things Cassandra hopes to bring to the Grand Futures team is her open and honest communication. Her biggest aspiration is to have had a positive influence on even just one person, but hopefully more, in her lifetime. If she can attain this she will have achieved a lifelong goal. Cassandra also hopes to one day be able to successfully walk in high heels and to meet Bill Murray.

Contact Cassandra at 970-879-6188

Karli Bockelman - Moffat County Program Director

Karli is the newest member of our staff as the Moffat County Program Director. Karli is a Craig native and hopes that in her position with Grand Futures Prevention Coalition she can be a catalyst for change in the community. It is her belief that if you can change or influence just one person in a positive way than you can create a more positive world. Although Karli has spent some time away from Craig, studying at University Colorado Boulder for a Bachelor's in Advertising and a Minor in Graphic and Website Design then living in Denver the past few years, she has always felt Craig is her home and she feels ready to take on the unique challenges this organization offers in the community it serves. In her free time Karli enjoys drinking "all the coffee", watching British period dramas, writing short stories, and adventuring in new, unexplored lands.

Contact Karli: 970-824-5752

Karin E. Koop, LLC.

Karin is the Bookkeeper for Grand Futures Prevention Coalition. She handles all accounts payable, receivable, payroll taxes, and grant reimbursements.

Karin has been an independent bookkeeper for five years and has several clients in Steamboat Springs, including several non-profit organizations such as Partners of Routt County and Rocky Mountain Youth Corps. Karin gained her B.S. in Business from New Hampshire College.

Contact Karin: 970-846-6216