Meet the CPRA Admin Team
Allison Kincaid, Executive Director
Allison has a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies from the University of Colorado and a Masters degree in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix. Her work experiences include the Denver Zoo, American Water Works Association, and most recently Colorado Parks and Wildlife. Allison is a Colorado Native who enjoys spending as much time with her husband and two sons in the outdoors hiking, camping, fishing and generally just getting outside and finding new ways to explore Colorado's endless opportunities!
Ashley Perillo, Professional Development Program Manager
Ashley is the Professional Development Program Manager. She's enjoyed streamlining all of the professional development opportunities CPRA currently offers and with the help of the Professional Development Committee, has even created some new ones! In her free time, she is busy with her husband Stephen, son Alexander and daughter Aubrey. She's an outdoor girl who loves running, skiing, camping and doing everything else that involves being outdoors.
Natalie Flowers,Professinal Development Coordinator
Natalie is passionate about wildlife, environmental education, parks and anything related to the outdoors. Originally from Indiana, she moved out to Colorado, for her husband's job, in 2010. She loves to hike, ski, SCUBA dive, travel, camp, and most of all spending time with her husband, Robby, and daughters, Eloise and Lorelei (born March 20, 2015). Natalie has a degree in Wildlife Management from Purdue University. She has worked with parks & recreation and non-profits for several years, including Denver Water, Colorado Parks and Wildlife, Hamilton County (IN) Parks and Rec., and Cross of Christ Church.
Amanda Drinkard, Communications and Office Assistant
Amanda recently graduated from Metropolitan State University of Denver with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Recreation Management. She enjoys football, baseball, hockey, fishing, horses and almost any outdoor activity. Her interests include outdoor/environmental education, advocacy and natural resource protection. She has recently taken an interest in mountaineering and aspires to summit all 54 of Colorado's 14ers; only 51 more to go. She does not have any children at the moment but does have her two very spoiled dogs, Moose and Miles. She loves traveling, especially spontaneous road trips.