Ms. Marissa Lampe

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Ms. Marissa Lampe

Marissa moved to Telluride in May of 2017 after teaching English in Thailand for 8 months. Prior to her adventures abroad, Marissa graduated from the University of Colorado Boulder with a major in Communications and a concentration in Peace & Conflict Studies. She has always maintained a strong interest in working with youth and in the social services sector specifically. Marissa is thrilled to be surrounded by young minds and hopes to have a positive impact in the facilitation of healthy relationships founded on strong discursive skills. When she is not working, Marissa loves spending time in the great outdoors and traveling. She is also an animal enthusiast and enjoys spending time with her furry friends.

 

Marissa Lampe

Prevention Educator

San Miguel Resource Center

Telluride Office: 970.728.5842 ext. 2#

24 Hour Helpline: 1.844.816.3915

education@smrcco.org

Mr. Chris Owen

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Mr. Chris Owen

Chris joined the SMRC staff in May, 2016, and provides violence prevention programs to schools in Telluride, Norwood and the West End of Montrose County. During his time with SMRC, he has spent a majority of time in schools teaching workshops with students on healthy relationships, coping strategies, resiliency, tolerance, and decision making.

 

Chris is a graduate from the State University of New York at Geneseo with an Bachelor’s Degree in History and a minor in African American studies. His background includes 3 years in the Rochester, NY city school district as a part of the Rochester Young Scholars Academy, providing support to “at-risk” youth ages 10-18 to decrease dropout rates and increase college admission rates. When he’s not working with young people, Chris loves to snowboard, watch Netflix, and garden.