“Kerri helped create this organization from day one,” said Christy Whitney Borchard, President & CEO at HopeWest. “The Western Slope is so fortunate that Kerri left California and moved to Grand Junction 25 years ago. Since then, she developed many of our programs and guided the HopeWest Kids grief program and other creative endeavors. We are grateful for Kerri’s service to our community and to have her expertise every step of the way.”
Mosinski began her career with HopeWest in 1993 as a social worker serving hospice patients. Over the course of 25 years, HopeWest programs grew and so did Mosinski’s responsibilities. Today, she holds the position of Senior Vice President and in this role, she is responsible for development and oversight of many key programs. She has been instrumental in creating the vision for the future for HopeWest with its expansion to include P.A.C.E. in Grand Junction, and other services to support seniors, to help them stay in their homes.
Looking back, Mosinski says she is amazed by the growth of the organization. She’s always been confident in the organization’s mission and the services that were formed to meet the needs of our community.
HopeWest is a non-profit hospice, palliative care and grief support organization dedicated to profoundly changing the way the community experiences aging, serious illness and grief – one family at a time. Founded in 1993 through a community-wide vision, HopeWest now serves more than 4,000 individuals each year across 8,000 square miles of western Colorado in Mesa, Delta, Montrose, Ouray and Rio Blanco Counties. For more information about HopeWest call 970-241-2212 or visit HopeWestCO.org.