Staff

Gary P. Steuer
Gary P. SteuerPresident and CEO
Gary Steuer joined the Bonfils-Stanton Foundation as President and CEO in 2013. Since that time he has focused on leveraging the voice and legacy of the Foundation to sustain and strengthen the arts and nonprofit leadership in our community. He is empowering the signature programs and initiatives of the Foundation to ensure they are advancing innovation, excellence, community and quality of life. Full bio
Chrissy Deal
Chrissy DealDirector, Livingston Fellowship Program, Arts & Social Change Grantmaking
Chrissy Deal joined Bonfils-Stanton Foundation in October 2020 as Director of the Livingston Fellowship Program, Arts & Social Change Grantmaking where she leads the continued development of the Livingston Fellowship in support of its nonprofit leaders. She also guides the Foundation’s grantmaking strategies for investing in and celebrating the artistic and cultural contributions of Black, Indigenous, people of color (BIPOC), LGBTQ+, disability and other historically marginalized communities. Full bio
Gina A. Ferrari
Gina A. FerrariDirector, Grants Program
Gina Ferrari has been with the Bonfils-Stanton Foundation since June 2013. As the Director of the Grants Program, Gina works with Foundation grant partners and prospects to consider alignment of goals, and ways to support the success of each grantee. Gina always welcomes new conversations around ideas and programs that contribute to the diversity, richness and vibrancy of the arts scene in Denver. Full bio
Ann M. Hovland
Ann M. HovlandChief Financial Officer/Secretary and Treasurer
Ann Hovland has been with the Foundation since 2010. As Chief Financial Officer, Secretary and Treasurer, her primary responsibility is the oversight of finance and investment activities – ensuring we have money for our mission. Ann also brings her for-profit and venture development experience to the table in support of the arts, culture and leadership programmatic work of the Foundation and helps to identify opportunities to support the cultural community beyond typical grantmaking. Full bio
Monique M. Loseke
Monique M. LosekeExecutive Assistant
As the keeper of institutional memory and the longest tenured staff member, Monique Loseke is the Foundation’s version of the “Shell Answer Man.” If you have a question, she can likely find an answer. Monique is an executive assistant, office manager, grants/database manager, program assistant and event coordinator all rolled into one. Full bio