Karen A. House has been a board member of The Lowry Foundation since 2018. First introduced to the non-profit world when she volunteered in 2014 to chair the Foundation’s Lowry Speaker Series, she continues in that role and currently holds several other Foundation committee responsibilities.
Karen earned a B.A. in History from The College of Wooster, in Wooster, Ohio. Prior to joining The Lowry Foundation, she was a leasing coordinator for a privately-owned real estate investment and management company, and before then worked as a paralegal in Denver’s cable industry. Karen has been involved with numerous other organizations and volunteer roles, including Colorado Pet Pantry, a non-profit pet food bank; Project Sanctuary, a therapeutic military family program; and a local elementary and high school as a reading buddy, boys’ lacrosse communications coordinator, and mentor. She has two grown children, both of whom live in Denver.
Karen appreciates the mission, vision and values of The Lowry Foundation and being able to add her voice to the board. She is committed to sharing her time and talents with other engaged and active board members and welcomes the opportunity to serve the Lowry community.