The 2LIV4 Team
Founder Vice President & Disabled Superhero
Greg’s experience comes from a life of being both physically and cognitively challenged due to a traumatic brain injury when he was thirteen. With courage, resilience, and fortitude, Greg graduated from Metropolitan State University in Denver, Colorado and went on to have a 20-year career in the oil and gas industry. Greg’s current focus is helping others with disabilities achieve their goals with financial and personal support.
Co-Founder & President
Pamela is the co-founder of 2LIV4 with her son, Greg Cooley. In addition to her work for this nonprofit, she currently serves as CEO of Kalstrom Energy Partners. Her career in the oil and gas industry spans a period of 30 years where she served as Vice President of Land for Anschutz Exploration Corporation. She enjoys skiing, golfing, working out, and hanging out with her family. She aspires to help Greg and others realize their dreams and aspirations through her volunteer work with 2LIV4.
Director of Communications & Board Officer
Betsy has a diverse background that includes experience in journalistic writing, business operations, marketing, and playing volleyball professionally overseas. She enjoys activism in its many forms, whether through her writing or engaging in conversations that plant seeds and build awareness. Betsy never passes up a good vegan brunch, practices parkour intermittently, cultivates a cruelty-free garden, speaks French fluently, and travels any chance she gets!
Director of Social Media & Board Officer
In addition to her work at 2LIV4, Justina is passionate about education. She has worked as an elementary school teacher for 8 years. She’s also a certified yoga instructor and is working towards yoga certification for people with brain injuries through Love your Brain. Founder Greg Cooley is her brother.
Director of Events and Fundraising
Kiki has enjoyed an extensive and lengthy career in the oil and gas industry for over 25 years. Kiki has a strong sense of devotion to the nonprofit sector. Her passion is to allocate a portion of her time to charitable causes like 2LIV4.
Todd has over 30 years as Vice President of multiple oil and gas companies and is currently the President of Kalstrom Energy Partners, LLC located in Denver, Colorado. Todd is the stepdad of Founder Greg Cooley. He is committed to helping others achieve their 2LIV4s through his work with this nonprofit.
Founder and CEO of BloomTV and Sweet Fleur, Monica has an extensive background in marketing, subscriptions, and content creation. She previously served as the Director of Wheel:Life and the Digital Marketing Manager for Comfort Medical. She also has experience in web design and business growth and development.
Denise is an Occupational Therapist with 40 years of experience working with people with disabilities. She has a Master's Degree in Allied Health Education and served as an Assistive Technology Specialist for 15 years in the public school system. Her emphasis has been on working with youth, focusing on incorporating assistive technology to maximize each person’s potential. She is the owner of Horizons Therapy Services, providing both treatment and professional training.
Joanne de Biasi
Bio coming soon!
Tyson is currently the Vice President of Kalstrom Energy Partners and has over 10 years’ experience in the oil and gas industry. Tyson is the brother of Founder Greg Cooley. He is committed to helping his brother and the 2LIV4 team be successful in their endeavor to help others with disabilities.
John has over 25 years of financial and operational experience in the pharmaceutical and medical device arenas. John co-founded Micro-Imaging Solutions whereby he led the finance and business development efforts for over 15 years.
Social Media Advisor
Ashley is a native from Kansas City and a graduate from Kansas State University. Ashley had just finished her junior year of college when she was critically injured in a boating accident that also resulted in multiple fatalities. She enjoys being a part of this nonprofit organization because she wants to help others throughout their traumatic injury recovery as well as people with disabilities.