Senior Leadership Team

Tammy Bellofatto

Executive Director

Tammy joined Bayaud Enterprises in 2019. Prior to joining Bayaud, Tammy served as the Director of Vocational Services at Colorado Coalition for the Homeless. In 2019, Tammy was appointed to the Secretary of the Veterans Administration’s Advisory Committee on Homeless Veterans. She also co-founded the Denver Homeless Taskforce and is a member of the Patient Centered Outcomes Research Community Advisory Panel for Denver Health. Additionally, she serves on the Patient Stakeholders Council for Kaiser Permanente and is a member of Metro Denver Homeless Initiative Employment subcommittee. From 2014-2016, Tammy served as Chair of The Denver’s Road Home Employment Subcommittee. In 2016, she received an Acknowledgement from City of Lakewood Veterans Court for outstanding work in the community with offenders and in 2018 she received the Philosophy of Service award from The Colorado Coalition for the Homeless Member.

Steve Strobing
Director of Operations

Steve joined Bayaud in June 2021 bringing over 40 years of IT, engineering, project management, and business management experience in financial services and higher education. Ten years ago, Steve transitioned into the non-profit sector serving in senior management positions in facilities management in healthcare and substance abuse services. Steve oversees the information technology department, maintenance, safety and contributes to business acquisition for Bayaud Works.

Susan Williams Robinson
Director of Document Destruction

Susan has been with Bayaud since 2005. She graduated from CSU with her bachelor’s in business administration and is from Colorado. Susan has worked in nonprofits since 1993 and brings her diverse experience working with individuals with barriers to employment to Bayaud. Susan started at Bayaud working with TANF participants and moved to sales for the Document Destruction department in 2008. She is now the Director of Document Destruction and oversees the entire shredding operation. Bayaud has several social enterprises and the document and hard drive destruction services have reached thousands of customers in the greater Metro Denver Area since 2002 while providing jobs to individuals with disabilities.

Victoria Johnson
Director of Bayaud Works – BEST

Johnson comes to Bayaud from the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless after a career in healthcare. At the Coalition, Victoria was the program manager for several state and federal transitional employment programs that combined job skills training and supportive services to lower the barriers to employment for adults re-entering the workforce. Victoria brings her experience and skills to Bayaud’s directing our temporary work to hire social enterprise venture.

Lupe Martinez
Director of Payroll

Martinez began her employment with Bayaud Enterprises in May of 2000, as an office manager. Since then, with her background and experience in Payroll she now manages the Payroll department. Martinez says, while Payroll can consist of something different each day, she is always willing to take on a new challenge. In her spare time, she loves spending time with her loved ones, two fur babies, cooking and loves to dance!

Chris O’Conner,
Director of AbilityOne: Supported Employment Program

As part of the Supported Employment Program, O’Conner has worked at Bayaud since 2005 and has over two decades of experience in the Human Services environment. Chris brings a dedication to social impact, customer service and problem-solving to this position. Among Chris’ management qualities, is his deep commitment to working in a collaborative, transparent and inclusive manner, which allows him to build lasting relationships with customers, program participants, staff colleagues and partnering organizations. He currently provides administrative oversight to 10 Federal Contracts, which provide supported employment to over 100 employees. Committed to the mission of our organization, Chris holds a BA in Psychology from Colorado Mesa University, in Grand Junction, Colorado..

Mario Gomez
Assistant Director of AbilityOne: Supported Employment Program

Mario started with Bayaud Enterprises in early 2016 as an assistant supervisor and in 2018 moved into a higher-level supervisor position.  In 2020 Mario was promoted to Assistant Director of Bayaud’s AbilityOne: Supported Employment Program, providing oversight and managing 12 federal agency contracts.  He Graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English with an emphasis on Creative Writing. His education spanned several institutes including Santa Monica College, University of California Los Angeles, College of Southern Nevada, and eventually ending at Southern Utah University. Mario came to Bayaud with a strong Rehab background of four years working with Chrysalis Enterprises. Adept in De-escalation and problem solving, Mario brings a multitude of attributes necessary to achieve our Mission.

Cindi Chapman
Director of the Center for Opportunity, Rehabilitation, and Employment (CORE)

Chapman came to Bayaud from Colorado Coalition for the Homeless in June 2020. During her time at Bayaud, she has progressed through several positions, beginning with Navigator, Program Manager, Associate Director, and now, Director. Cindi has a BS in Social Science and is in the process of completing her Master’s in Public Administration. As a Marine Corps Veteran, Cindi brings unique experiences and perspective to the leadership team. Cindi’s non-profit sector experience has centered around working with individuals experiencing homelessness and extreme poverty or other hurdles to employment. Cindi’s passions find a home in CORE, where her team empowers marginalized people toward independence and self-set goal attainment with employment and education as a means through which they can thrive.

Kim Fiore
Director of Navigation Services

Fiore joined Bayaud in September 2021 after relocating from Las Vegas, Nevada where she served as Nutrition Services Manager and then as Chief Programs Director for Lutheran Social Services of Nevada overseeing a large food pantry, a nutrition education program, senior congregate meal program, and rapid rehousing programs. Kim has over 15 years of human services experience in each sector (governmental, private, and nonprofit) where she developed a particular passion for assisting two of the most vulnerable populations, the aged and the disabled. Kim earned an MSW from the University of Nevada Las Vegas and is a Denver SOAR Local Lead. Bayaud provides her the opportunity to utilize both her experience and education to improve the quality of life for those in need through navigation services: food distribution, public benefits assistance, counseling services, and navigation supports in housing.