Board of Directors
Board President, Trisha Coberly
Trisha is the mother of two and stays busy managing her husband’s chiropractic practice as well as her web design business, Cob Web Creations. Additionally, she is an editor for B Business Solutions and a UX Designer and Technical Writer for Epic River. Trisha co-lead the two-year effort to start Loveland Classical Schools beginning in April 2010, but her passion for education began early. She tutored students and peers at elementary, junior high, high school, and collegiate levels before becoming a teacher’s assistant at the University of Northern Colorado. She instructed collegiate level writing and presentation skills, focusing on composition and research papers. While at UNC Trisha earned a bachelor’s degree in English and a minor in Special Education all while graduating the program early. When she's not working, Trisha resides on the Springs at Mariana HOA board and enjoys volunteering at her church and Loveland Classical Schools.
Board Secretary, Joanna Johnson
Joanna Johnson is a mother of three and a Loveland resident. After studying philosophy at the University of Pittsburgh, she earned a bachelor's degree in Literature with a minor in History from Drew University. She is the author of three children's books, which are illustrated by her husband, Eric. Her work has been published in several international magazines on the topics of history, literature, and handcrafts. She has worked in the publishing field as the Assistant Editor of interactive Knitting eMags published by Interweave Press, as well as a marketing assistant for P & R Publishing. Currently, she, along with her husband and partner, owns and operates Slate Falls Press LLC, an independent book publisher which distributes titles to over 25 countries. Joanna has enjoyed sharing her love of reading over the years with children of all ages through her volunteer work with Community Preschool as well as with the Loveland Options program and the Friends of the Loveland Public Library.
Board Treasurer, Andrew Flanscha
Andrew and his wife Ally are the parents of two children, ages 4 and 6. After receiving a mechanical engineering degree from Iowa State University and working in the construction design industry for two years, Andrew chose to pursue a career in financial planning. In 2011, after 7 years of working with clients, he received his Certified Financial Planner designation, CFP®, and continues to work closely with clients to develop their own financial plan at Thrivent Financial. Andrew is active in his home church, Redeemer Lutheran, Habitat for Humanity, and Rotary. He enjoys home improvement projects, hiking, playing basketball, and biking. Mr. Flanscha also actively participates in children's athletic programs.
Board Chair, Daniel Filler
Daniel and his wife Amanda are the parents of five very active children from the ages of 5 to 11. After earning his Bachelor of Science degree out of St. Cloud State University, he joined Hewlett Packard and once the company split moved to Agilent Technologies. Seventeen years and multiple leadership roles later, he is currently a Global Client Computing Manager responsible for the global helpdesk organization and a staff of employees located in Asia Pacific, Europe and the Americas. Daniel lives for the times he can spend with his family and also enjoys remodeling their house, reading, fishing and playing tennis. He is also a singer/song writer and frequently plays with the band at his local church where they are very active. When Daniel is not working or spending time with his family, he enjoys volunteering at The House of Neighborly Service, the United Way, Habitat for Humanity, and Resurrection Fellowship. Mr. Filler is a member of the Helpdesk Institute and resides on the Boyd Lake Shores HOA board.
Board Vice Chair, Mary Peery
Mary has a blended family of six children and 18 grandchildren. She started college while her children were young and went part-time to balance education and family. She graduated from Colorado State University with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering. She worked for Hewlett-Packard for 23 years and retired in 2006. Mary worked in Research and Development, Manufacturing, Human Resources and for the last several years of her career she was a Senior Vice President in HP leading a large global business unit focused on digital imaging and printing. Since her retirement she has been enjoying her family, traveling with her husband Dennis, providing leadership consulting for senior leaders, being a member of the Pathway's Hospice Board of Directors, volunteering her time at the Colleges of Engineering at CSU and BYU as well as other local community organizations and service work with her church.
Board Director, Michael Meyer
Michael is married and the father of three children, one of whom attends LCS. Initially pursuing an elementary education degree, he changed his focus to IT and earned his Bachelor of Science in Computer Science. Since then, Michael has been working in the healthcare industry for the last 14 years and manages development of analytic databases and physician facing front end applications to facilitate electronic medical records. He holds numerous professional designations including Professional Project Manager, Six Sigma Black belt, and Certified Professional Health Information Technology. He is an avid beekeeper, skier, gardener and wood turner. Additionally, he is actively involved in service work with his church, Timberline in Fort Collins. When Mr. Meyer is not spending time with his family, he is actively pursuing a PHD in Integrative Medicine.