COMMUNITY LINK KEY STAFF MEMBERS

Jean Hoffmann, Executive Director

Jean has been with Community Link since 1999. She has over 30 years financial management experience with most of those years in non-profit organizations.  She had a close family member who had IDD.  She is a member of National Association of Tax Professionals.

Shaylyn Wilson, Residential Director

Shaylyn Wilson, has been with Community Link since 2019. She began her career in IDD services 20 years ago working as a DPS in a Day Program. She has worked in an array of different services within the IDD community including case management. Shaylyn hold a Master’s degree in Nonprofit Management and over 10 years of management experience. As a Colorado native you can find her enjoying everything our great state has to offer with her family and puppy, Willow. When she isn’t working she enjoys  learning about natural healing, binge watching, reading and the Colorado craft.

Lee Sylvester, Employment Director

Lee has been with Community Link since 2012 and started working with individuals that have intellectual or developmental disabilities in 2004. Since starting in his current position in 2019 he has continued Community Link’s long tradition of being at the forefront of supporting this population to obtain and maintain community employment in their own jobs at competitive wages. He is also involved with Colorado’s Employment First Initiative to further this goal through the use of Customized Individual Employment. He is a Certified Employment Support Professional and has a B.S. in Business Management as well as a Masters of Divinity. In his free time he enjoys sports, meditation, and spending time with his friends and family.

Duncan Shaw, Quality Assurance Director

Hillary Powell, Day Program Director

Hillary has been with Community Link since April 2012. She has over 9 years of experience in the field including direct care staff in a day program, job coaching and quality assurance. Having grown up with a couple family members with IDD the value of community inclusion and acceptance was instilled in her from an early age. Her philosophy as Day Program Director is creating individualized services for its participants. She earned a BS in Psychology from Colorado State University.  She is a 4th generation native to the Longmont area. Outside of work she enjoys spending time with family and friends as well as playing softball. She is an avid dog lover and regularly brings her family's labradoodle Reggie into the office.