As a native to Loveland, Colorado I love dedicating my time to supporting my community. Bringing awareness to diversity and different cultures by educating and engaging my community is my passion. I currently serve on a city board, the Executive Director of Heart and Sol, the community improvement Task Force, and I volunteer my time to multiple other non-profit organizations.
My family is the center of everything I do. I enjoy working within my community towards a better tomorrow, especially for my daughter. A way for us to build relationships and celebrate the differences that we bring to the table but also embrace the similarities. There is so much work to do to advance diversity, equity, inclusion and justice so I contribute where I can.
My name is Jessie Caggiano. I am a school social worker by day and a community advocate by night. I love living in Loveland and the opportunities to participate in advocating to better my community.
I am a Colorado native, born and raised in Fort Collins. I graduated from the Family Leadership Training Institute through CSU Extension, learning how to be an advocate in my community. I'm working on a skateboarding project for children with IDD (Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities). I am incredibly passionate about advocating for mental health and suicide awareness, early childhood, individuals with IDD, racial/gender inequality, homelessness and cultural awareness. I love to spend time with my son, adventures in the mountains, and doing yoga/meditating.
I am a Colorado native and have lived in Loveland for almost 50 years. I've seen our community grow and transform over the years and am proud to be part of Heart and Sol. My hope is that we inspire a desire to celebrate and learn about the diversity of our local community. I like to focus my efforts on creative expression through art. I'm also proud to be part of the steering committee of the Loveland Creative District and supporter of the Immigrant Freedom Fund.