Rosa Huber, Executive Director/CEO
Rosa joined QuietWaters in July 2019 from a robust background in non-profit leadership and ministry experience. She most recently served as Director of Development and Communications for Families First in Denver, having filled many roles since she started there in 1995. She was responsible for major and minor gift acquisition, volunteer management, communications activities, and building external relationships for the agency. Her wealth of leadership experience in donor development, marketing, and strategic planning is an incredible asset to QuietWaters, especially during this season of rapid growth.
Rosa grew up on the western slope of Colorado with parents who genuinely enjoy caring for others and instilled the value of supporting pastors and other Christian leaders. “I have been heavily involved in serving in churches since I was a teenager. I’ve served in a variety of capacities, including youth leadership, a pastoral search committee, worship teams, mission teams, and small group ministry,” Rosa shared when asked why she was interested in serving as QuietWaters’ CEO.
“Through this work alongside church and other ministry leaders, I have seen all too often the hardships that leaders face. They are “on” continuously, have others’ burdens unloaded on them, and are called to serve others but are sometimes unable to care for themselves and their own family relationships. I’ve learned through my professional experience with families the importance of having a place to seek help when needed, restore and rejuvenate. I decided long ago that I would do my best to support our Christian leaders on a personal level. Being a Christian leader is one of the hardest and most complicated jobs in the world, and we want to see leaders energized and excited by the lives that are changing in their ministries instead of worn out and discouraged. QuietWaters provides a place that is safe, caring, and integral to the success of our Christian leaders, and I am excited to be part of such an amazing ministry!”
Rosa lives in Castle Rock and enjoys running, reading, involvement in her local church, and spending time with her family. We are thrilled to have her at QuietWaters!
Stacie Young, Office Manager
Stacie joined the QuietWaters team in 2007. She grew up in Taiwan, where her parents are missionaries through WorldVenture and work at Morrison Academy, an international missionary school. She attended Seattle Pacific University, studying psychology and theology. Prior to joining QuietWaters, Stacie served as an Accounting Assistant at Agros International, a non-profit ministry dedicated to helping to break the cycle of poverty for rural families in Central America and Mexico.
Stacie moved from Colorado to Hillsboro, Oregon in 2016 in order to be closer to family. Stacie loves working for QuietWaters Ministries, seeing Christian leaders’ lives changed. She and her husband Truman enjoy spending time outdoors, time with their families and their dogs, in the beautiful northwest.