Speaker Date Topic
Steve Lindauer Dec 10, 2019
A Shared Vision
A Shared Vision

Colorado nonprofit that provides early intervention services for families with children (birth to three) who are blind or visually impaired. A Shared Vision focuses on home-based and community services, creating meaningful partnerships with families and other providers, and advocates for the best interests of every child and family to empower families within our community.

The goal of this 501(c)(3) nonprofit is to ensure that all families have access to and receive essential early intervention services specific to blindness, visual impairment or vision concerns from a community of highly skilled and collaborative professionals. 

Paula Landry and Steven Lindauer are co-founders of A Shared Vision. Started in 2016, they realized that families and caregivers of very young children who are blind, visually impaired or have vision concerns were not receiving essential early intervention services. Today, the nonprofit is the leading provider of Early Intervention vision services in Colorado.

Paula is a Teacher of the Visually Impaired and leads their programs to provide education to physicians and therapists who support very young children with visual impairments. Paula received an M.A. in Special Education: Vision Impairment from the University of Northern Colorado. She is also the mother to an 18-year-old daughter, Maddie, who is blind. Steve is the executive director and oversees all operations, development and strategic planning for the organization. He has a broad track record of success supporting a variety of organizations and functions, ranging from nonprofits to start-ups and Fortune 500 enterprises.

This fall, A Shared Vision will be launching a newly updated “Colorado Vision Screening Protocol: Birth to Age Three” throughout the state.

Stacia Sellers - cdot Jan 14, 2020
Update on CDOT plans
Update on CDOT plans

Stacia Sellers is the CDOT Central 70 Communications Manager and is dedicated to giving the public more than just your standard construction update. Having worked with CDOT for nearly three years, Stacia has taken the communications lead on cutting-edge campaigns and projects such as “Winter Wise, ” C-470 Express Lanes, and I-70 Floyd Hill to Veterans Memorial Tunnels Improvements. In addition, she’s garnered national media attention for many of CDOT’s snow-fighting efforts.

Stacia was born and raised in Colorado and graduated from the University of Colorado, Boulder with a Bachelor of Science in journalism and a Bachelor of Arts in English. Before CDOT, Stacia worked at a boutique PR agency and was a contributing writer and editor for Alaska Magazine.