As the Director of Donation programs, Garth brings years of business and community service experience to Triplett-Westendorf. Before joining the team, he started two successful Colorado-based businesses. He also founded Computers for Kids, an organization that collects used computers, upgrades them to current standards, and provides them to children in middle school or high school that do not have access to a computer at home. The program is in its 19th year and has provided over 10,000 computers to families in need.
Garth contributes his success to three main principles. The first principle is the willingness to work hard. The second principle is to have an open mind to new ideas and concepts. The final principle is to put other people's interests before your own. When Garth works with your organization, he leverages these principles and his experience to provide a focused, informative fundraising experience.
Garth is a Rotary Club member and enjoys working on community service projects. When he is not working, Garth also enjoys golf, mountain biking, and racquetball. He also enjoys spending time with his wife Diana, children Amanda, Alesha, and Chris, and especially enjoys his eight grandchildren and one great granddaughter in all of their extracurricular activities.