Our Staff


Jenn came to Front Range Hippotherapy as a volunteer in 2007. Her passion for horses, helping others, and overall love for the business led her to become FRH’s first full time employee in 2008. As the Program Director, Jenn is a jack-of-all-trades. A typical day encompasses anything from horse handling and mucking stalls, to billing and fundraising.

Jenn grew up in Tucson, AZ and was hooked on horses at age 6, when she got her first pony. She quickly outgrew her pony, and owned a quarter horse until she went to college. Jenn attended the University of Arizona, majoring in Retailing & Consumer Studies, and was accepted to the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising. Alas, the hustle and bustle of California and the fashion industry were not for her, and Jenn moved to Boulder, CO in the winter of 2005. The mountains, the fresh air and her new found friendship with Amy & 6 new fuzzy friends were exactly what she needed! Seeing her life come full circle, and working at FRH is a dream come true for Jenn. Her passion for her job and for the people she gets to work with is always apparent.

Jenn currently lives in Denver with her boyfriend Todd, and together they share the love of snowboarding, mountain biking, hiking the Colorado high country, cooking hot dogs over an open fire, traveling to far away beaches, and going to bluegrass music festivals.


Bill completed training in the U.S. Army as a physical therapist assistant in 1989.  He served in Frankfurt, Germany on active duty for a 3 year tour at Frankfurt Army Regional Medical Center during the “Desert Storm” era.

In 1992 he re-entered civilian life and moved to Everette, WA.  He continued to develop his skills at a busy outpatient clinic in Monroe, WA for 12 months.
In 1993, Bill began a career in Boulder, CO working in a specialized hand and upper extremity clinic for 12 years.  He transitioned to his current position on the adult inpatient rehab unit, where he has been for 10 years.  During this time he developed skills specialized in neurological rehabilitation.  He was then invited to try his skills at Front Range Hippotherapy by Amy Cremmins, PT.
Bill brings heavy doses of self dicipline and motivation, and transmits them to all his clients.  He is delighted to see positive changes in his patient population.

Bill speaks Spanish and has traveled through Mexico over the last 10 years on humanitarian missions bringing therapy to the people of Mexico.  In addition to Spanish, Bills’ interests include softball, guitar, motorsports, his black pony, and his young son Dustin.