Dorotha Graham Cicchinelli, BASW, LCCE, MNM, Founder
Executive Director and Group Facilitator
A social worker with many years experience in helping families cope with the grief of child loss,
Dorotha co-founded, directed and facilitated the first Fetal & Newborn Loss Program in Colorado. She is an ASPO-certified childbirth educator/parenting instructor, and has published in Fetal and Newborn Loss publications. Dorotha is also an associate clinical professor at the University of Colorado Medical School
Terry Miller, President
Rosa Derieux, a Denver native, brings her extensive medical and analytical background to evaluate claims and strategize the defense. Prior to practicing law, Rosa received comprehensive training in the medical profession. She received her Masters of Science in Biomedical Sciences in 1997 and attended two years of medical school at New Jersey Medical School.
The knowledge and experience gained from her time in the
medical field is utilzed on a daily basis in the handling of personal
injury cases. That medicl knowledge has also been the linchpin of
her success in a number of jury trials.
Prior to joining Pryor Johnson Carney Karr Nixon, Rosa worked for
Edythe H. Kelly & Associates, in-house counsel for State Farm in
Tempe, Arizon. As in-house counsel for one of the largest
insurance carriers in the country, Rosa has comprehensive
experience litigating a wide range of cases, including automobile
accidents, homeowners issues, property damage, dog bites,
premises liability, and HOA issues. Rosa has handled cases
through all phases of litigation, including trial and/or arbitrtaion.
Her practice is focused on medical malpractice, catastrophic
personal injury and construction defect litigation defense.
Rosa returned to Colorado in 2011 and moved to Highlands Ranch
with her husband and two dogs. In 2013, Rosa added a daughter to
her family. In her free time, Rosa enjoys spending time with her
family in the beautiful Colorado outdoors. She enjoys walking the
nature trails, playing in the park with her family, listening to music,
participating in 5Ks and reading
Shauna Flege, LCSW, Secretary
Nancy English, Treasurer
Ph.D. APRN CS CHPN
She is an Advanced Practice Nurse in Psychiatric-Mental
Health Nursing and a Certified Hospice and Palliative Care
Registered Nurse. Her doctoral studies focused on eastern
philosophy and western health philosophy. Her Certification
also includes a Health Care Ethics Consultation and Thanatology
and Death Counseling. Her recent clinical focus has been in the
development and provisioon of services for families who are anticipating the death of their child. Her most
recent publication addresses the issues of Advance Care Birth
Planning for the seriously ill newborn who could die during infancy.
In 2015, a chapter she co-authored will be published in the
Handbook of Neonatology. Currently, her writings are
addressing the subject of the role of the Interdisciplinary
palliative care team and how they can better address parents'
needs who are anticipating the loss of their baby.
Marvin has over 35 years' experience in the medical product
and device industries. He has held positions at New Dimensions in
Medicine, American Hospital Supply and Baxter Healthcare.
Additionally, he served as a consultant specializing
in medical product marketing and sales. He spent 13 years
with Parker Medical, a ground-breaking, innovative airway
management device company, and retired in 2011 after serving
as its president. Marvin is currently acting as CEO of
Terry joined the CPNL board in January
2014. As a board member, Terry
represents the families at the core of
CPNL's mission. Prior to joining the
board, Terry and his wife attended
CPNL's support and Pregnancy After
Loss groups after losing their daughter.
They had successful pregnncy after
loss, an know firsthand the significance
and value of CPNL to grieving parents,
practicioners, and kids. They now volunteer with CPNL as host parents. Terry is a member of the Trial Group of Davis Graham
& Stubbs LLP in Denver, with practice emphasis in natural
resources litigation and intellectual property protection. Terry
has held leadership positions with a variety of charitable and
non-profit organizations, including the Colorado Lawyers
Committee and the Mile High United Way's Emerging Leaders
Rich Ericson, Vice President
Rich was born and raised in Salt Lake City,
played quarterback for Weber State University
and coached football at the Division One level
for 10 years at Weber State and Utah State Universities as offensive coordinator. He now coaches individuals on how to invest safely in their retirement plans. He has had his own radio program and was featured in Fox Business News emphasizing risk-free investments. Rich received his Bachelor's Degree in Communications and his Master's Degree in Edcation from Weber State University. He is currently licensed to sell Property & Casualty, Life, and Health Insurance, as well as annuities
Dr. English has been involved with various aspects of palliative care since 1996. Currently, she is an Assistant Professor, (Adjunct), at the University of Colorado, College of Nursing. In 2001 she was co-investigator of a National Institutes of Health grant for palliative care nursing education. This project was focused on the education of acute and home care nurses on palliative care concepts.
Shauna Fiege is a Licensed Clinical Social
Worker who has been a member of the
board since 2014. She assists with facilitating
support groups and supervising social work
interns at CPNL. Shauna works as a parent
counselor at Anchor Center for Blind Children.
She has past experience working with people
with intellectual disabilities and providing
mental health services to people in crisis and to middle school students. Shauna became involved with CPNL after her daughter Ruby was stillborn. She has also personally experienced infertility, subsequent pregnancies and early miscarriages. She is grateful to be raising three living daughters.
HIPAA / PRIVACY STATEMENT
The privacy of personal information is of foremost importance for CPNL. Colorado Pregnancy & Newborn Loss Services prides itself in taking extra measures to protect the privacy of organizations and individuals who refer to or use our services. CPNL will enter into Business Associate Agreements with HIPAA-covered entities and will meet the Standards for Privacy of Individually Identifiable
Health Information (45 C.F.R. Parts 160 and 164)