You can reach any AINC staff member by dialing (303) 786-7777 and entering the extension listed in their profile below. Staff members can also be reached individually through an online contact form.

Kim Ann Wardlow, Executive Director (ext. 112)

Kim Ann began her association with AINC as a volunteer reader in 1998. Prior to joining AINC in 2001, Kim Ann served as a Business Development Manager for GE Access, a Senior Marketing Coordinator for the URS Corporation and a Marketing Specialist for the Colorado Department of Agriculture. A Colorado native, Kim Ann grew up in Lamar and earned her M.L.S Degree in Global Business and Culture and a B.A. Degree in International Studies from the University of Denver.

 Contact Kim Ann for communications, media, and outreach. Kim Ann coordinates public speaking for AINC and is also available to speak to low vision support groups, consumer groups of the blind, professional organizations, service clubs and community groups throughout the state.

Kat Bradbury, Director of Volunteer Services (ext. 103)

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Kat Bradbury began volunteering for AINC as a reader in 1995. Kat's education and background is in the field of holistic nursing with an emphasis on behavioral and educational psychology. Prior to joining AINC's staff in 2000, Kat worked as a Clinical Specialist for Arapahoe Mental Health Center, a Program Manager in Fort Collins for dual diagnosis clientele and as a nurse in both the state and private mental hospital sectors in California. Kat earned her B.S.N. from California State College in San Bernardino.

Kat has been recently married hence the name change from Lindgren, to Bradbury.

Contact Kat for information about volunteer opportunities at AINC, training for volunteers, programming issues, and the program schedule.

Dorie Glover, Director of Development (ext. 104)

Dorie Glover, Director of Development, holds a Ph.D. in Psychology (Learning & Behavior) from the University of California, Los Angeles. She has more than 20 years of clinical and community research grant development, monitoring and management. She became an AINC employee in March 2018.

Contact Dorie if you have questions about grants

Rossana Longo Better, Director of Spanish Language Services, (ext. 114)

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Rossana attended the Bilingual American School in Ecuador, and has a Bachelor of Arts, Journalism and Mass Communication from the Universidad San Francisco of Quito.

In her country of origin, she wrote, edited and published several magazine articles on topics that ranged from economics to culture. Since she moved to the United States with her family, she has worked as an interpreter in medical hospitals throughout the Denver area. She has extensive volunteer experience in public schools and excels as a conversational teacher in Spanish Language. Rossana is passionate about theater, photography, yoga, meditation and dancing.

Contact Rossana for issues related to Public Relations, Marketing, Media Outreach, Networking and building partnerships to better serve the Latino Community through AINC’s services.

Mary Young, Development Coordinator,

Mary Young, Development Coordinator, grew up in El Paso, Texas and holds a B.S. and M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Texas at El Paso and the University of California at Berkeley, respectively.  After a 25 year career in design engineering, she moved to the non-profit segment, holding positions with local organizations as well as serving on committees that award grants for the Community Foundation of Boulder County.  From 2011 through 2013, she was awarded a Colorado Latino Age Wave Fellowship and focused that work on the transportation challenges of elders. She currently serves on the Boulder City Council. She joined AINC in January, 2018.

Matt Kissane, Listener Services Coordinator (ext. 108)

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Matt studied journalism at Columbia College Chicago and worked a semester internship for the Chicagoland Radio Information Service (CRIS), the area’s reading service for the blind. He wrote for several local weeklies and drove for UPS for 13 years before moving to Boulder with his wife, Becky, in 2004.  He began volunteering for AINC in January 2010 and became an AINC employee in 2014.

Contact Matt to register for services, with questions about AINC equipment, or to schedule a time for equipment set-up.

Alexandra Flynn, Executive Assistant/ Control Room Operator (Ex. 105)

Alexandra Flynn, Executive Assistant and Control Room Operator, has attended Colorado State University and the University of Colorado, studying business and veterinary studies. Her responsibilities include assisting with daily administration tasks, managing the social media accounts, and operating the daily broadcast programming. Alex started at AINC as a volunteer in 2015, and became an AINC employee in 2017.

David Dawson, Founder (1990)

Prior to organizing AINC in 1990, David taught school, worked in vocational rehabilitation with the blind, served with the Federal Government as a civil rights compliance officer and was a member of the Board of Trustees for The Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind. Although David has retired from his role as Executive Director at AINC, he is still very much involved in the community.