Family Assistance Specialist Team

Family Assistance Coordinator (Team Lead)
Suzanne Buemi
12200 E. Briarwood Ave., Suite 160
Centennial, CO 80112
Office: 720-250-1186
suzanne.m.buemi.ctr@mail.mil
Suzanne Buemi has been working with the Colorado National Guard Family Program for ten years, and has been involved in the field for fourteen years. She has specialized training as a Master Resilience Trainer.

 

Asist small logo transparent backgroundsMRT3“I have a true passion and love for caring for the military community and their families. Knowing what they go through day in and day out provides me a sense of responsibility to make sure that the family’s needs are met. The job is very rewarding and gratifying and I am committed to helping military families to resolve any issues they may have so the Service Member can stay focused on the mission at hand” – Suzanne Buemi, 2014

 

Family Assistance Specialist
Henry Hernandez
5275 Franklin St.
Denver, CO 80216
Office: 720-250-2773
henry.hernandez108.ctr@mail.mil
Henry Hernandez has been working with the Colorado National Guard Family Program since May 2015 and has been involved with the National Guard for over 21 years.
Asist small logo transparent background“After 21 years of working with Soldiers and families of the Army and Colorado Army National Guard I retired and was seeking an opportunity to continue to service my fellow service members. As your Family Assistance Specialist, I feel privileged to remain with the Colorado National Guard and continue my commitment to service. My goal as a Family Assistance Specialist is to educate Soldiers, Family members, and Command of the various programs, support channels, and helpful personnel within Family Programs.” – Henry Hernandez, 2015

 

Family Assistance Specialist
Jenny Morgan
9510 Voyager Parkway
Colorado Springs, CO 80920
Office: 720-250-4885
jenny.e.morgan.ctr@mail.mil
Jenny Morgan started working with the Colorado National Guard Family Program November 2015, but started her journey as a Family Assistance Specialist back in June of 2014 with the Alaska National Guard Family Program.

 

Asist small logo transparent backgroundsMRT3“I was a military spouse for sixteen years and I was one of those spouses that had no idea where to get help when my service member was gone on a deployment or school. We never leaved on base, so I never made contact with other military spouses either. It wasn’t till I became a volunteer for my ex-husband unit that I found out about Family Program and all the great thing they have to offer. A year later I became part of the team. I love being part of a team that gives their all to make sure that not only the service members are taking care off, but their families as well. I am bless to be able to continue this journey here with the Colorado National Guard Family Program.” – Jenny Morgan, 2015

 

 

Family Assistance Specialist
Shevene Cole
19070 E. Sunlight Dr. Mail Stop 71
Buckley Air Force Base – Aurora, CO 80011
Office: 720-250-1963
shevene.l.cole.ctr@mail.mil 
Shevene Cole joined the Family Assistance Specialist team in September of 2017.
“As a Service Member, I joined the Family Assistance Program in an effort to better understand the resources available and those who supply them to my military peers and their families. While in the position of Family Assistance Specialist at Buckley, my goal is to ensure families and service members have access to and knowledge of resources available to their specific predicaments and needs. I am looking forward to this new journey: contributing to the upkeep of morale & the mission of the military that assists service members and their families with various needs.” – Shevene Cole, 2017

 

 

Family Assistance Specialist
Dánielle Hindson
Grand Junction, CO 81506
Office: 720-250-5571
danielle.n.hindson.ctr@mail.mil
Dánielle Hindson  started with the Colorado National Guard Family Program in January of 2010, and has been involved in the field for 14 years. Dánielle has completed the Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) course.
Asist small logo transparent background“I was introduced to the military when I met my husband 18 years ago. During that time I have had numerous work place and volunteering experiences with the National Guard. I enjoy working with Service Members and their Families as I have an understanding of what they may be going through. My compassion and understanding is what helps me to do my best at my job and allows me to continue to grow my position with the Family Program Office and other organizations I work with. I urge people to get involved with the Family Program Office to find all the amazing opportunities it has to offer and assistance at the time of need.” – Dánielle Hindson, 2014

 

Family Assistance Specialist
Jennie Zambo
Denver, CO 80216
Office: 720-250-2771
jennie.zambo.ctr@mail.mil
Jennie Zambo has been working in the family assistance field for ten years and has been with the Family Program for 7 years. She has specialized training as a Comprehensive Soldier Fitness Resilience Trainer Assistant and has completed the Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) course.

 

Asist small logo transparent backgroundRTAs“I had no idea what resources were out there until my husband and I went through our first deployment, even though I had been a military spouse for over 25 years. I was truly amazed at the resources available. I was blessed to become a Family Assistance Specialist, and it is my goal to make sure that the families never feel that they are alone.” – Jennie Zambo, 2014