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Board of Directors

RMCA Board Members

RMCA‘s Board members demonstrate an understanding and commitment to the philosophy and practices upon which our school community is founded, demonstrate a willingness to give humbly of their time to support the school, and have wisdom and skills that will lead RMCA to future growth.

Paul Ice

President

With a B.A. in Church Ministry and a M.A. in Counseling, Paul Ice brings a pastoral perspective to the RMCA board. He is the Pastor for Worship and Music at Valley Community Church in Lafayette, CO. In addition to ministry, his background includes business, most recently as V.P. of Business Development for a local Colorado company.  He and his wife, Jill, serve on the worship team together and have a passion for music and worship. Originally from the Midwest, the Ice family loves Colorado living.

Karla Nugent

Vice President

Karla Nugent is Chief Business Development Officer and a founding partner of Weifield Group Contracting which employs over 400 people in Colorado and Wyoming. She has a degree in Psychology from Colorado State University and over 20 years of experience in the construction industry, where she has held many leadership positions at the regional and national level. Karla has been honored with notable industry and business awards, including Denver Business Journal’s “Outstanding Women in Business” award, CREW Denver’s “Emerging Iconic Woman” award, and Denver Business Journal Partners in Philanthropy’s “Corporate Citizen of the Year” award. She and her husband, Jack, are members of Rocky Mountain Christian Church and have two children who attend RMCA. They are active supporters and promoters of a variety of family and Christian charities.

Brigette Paige

Secretary

Brigette is an attorney and founding partner at PackardDierking, Attorneys at Law. She provides support to clients in the areas of real estate, estate planning, business, and taxation. Her business expertise includes providing general representation to emerging and growing businesses and non-profit organizations on issues including entity formation and governance, private financing, taxation, mergers and acquisitions, and employment and consulting arrangements. Brigette also has an LLM in taxation, which has enabled her to provide clients with sophisticated income tax planning and estate planning services. Brigette attended the University of Colorado School of Law where she was selected to be a member of the Order of the Coif and served as an editor of the University of Colorado Law Review. Brigette enjoys spending time with her husband and four children, playing tennis, and biking.

John Whisler

Treasurer

John is an innovative, entrepreneurial executive with a 20 + year track record of managing and growing both public and private exploration and production companies. He is the Managing Director of Incremental Oil and Gas Ltd., headquartered in Perth, Australia and Denver, Colorado.  His diverse and extensive background in the U.S. oil and and gas industry covers all aspects of engineering, finance, business development, acquisition and divestitures, and extensive experience in drilling and operations. He has been involved in several non-profit boards and oversight committees utilizing his skill set to advise and direct growth. John loves spending time with his wife and five boys, where every day is an adventure. John holds a B.S. in Engineering and Psychology.

Kurt Leikvold

RMCC Elder

Kurt and his wife, Diane, have been attending Rocky Mountain Christian Church since 1991, where they raised their now-grown sons. He has served the church in student ministry, music ministry, small groups, men’s groups, and is currently serving as an Elder. Professionally, in 2016, Kurt semi-retired from Seagate as an IT Architect and is enjoying teaching at Longmont Christian School, where his wife is also a teacher. Kurt enjoys camping and music.

Josh Larrabee

Josh Larrabee is married to Betsy and has 4 children: Jay, Beaudin, Jude, and Selah. He is an active volunteer within his church, The Crucible Project, and his Booshway men’s group, along with various other organizations.  He also coaches his kids’ soccer teams and enjoys staying active by running and wrestling with his sons.  He has worked in the software and information technologies field for 18 years and is currently employed as an executive with a software company that focuses on building apps on the Salesforce.com platform.  One of Josh’s favorite things to do is to take trips with his wife and find small, off the beaten path local restaurants to dine at while on vacation.


Barry Lancaster

Barry Lancaster is Owner and President of A.P. Eberlein Company, Inc., a Longmont-based masonry company which has been in operation for more than thirty years. He purchased the company in June 2019 after nearly three decades as a technology industry executive. Barry is a graduate of Vanderbilt University. He and his family live in Erie, where they are members of St. Luke Orthodox Christian Church.

Shaun LaBarre

Shaun LaBarre serves as Deputy Director of the Getches-Wilkinson Center for Natural Resources, Energy, and the Environment at the University of Colorado School of Law. Shaun holds undergraduate degrees in Psychology and Environment Science, with a Master’s Certificate in Leadership and Management from the University of Colorado, Boulder. With extensive experience in nonprofit management, Shaun has received several noteworthy honors for his work in conservation and public policy.  He and his wife, Sarah, have lived in the Boulder Valley since 2008. They attend Flatirons Community Church, enjoy coaching youth soccer, and skiing with their daughters.

We demolish arguments and every pretension that sets itself up against the knowledge of God, and we take captive every thought to make it obedient to Christ.
2 Corinthians 10:5