Jennifer Stoll, Executive Director

1100 North Avenue, Grand Junction, CO 81501

Jennifer Stoll is originally from Cincinnati, Ohio. She came to the Grand Valley to attend Colorado Mesa University, where she played softball at the Division II level. She attended graduate school at the University of Louisville in Kentucky, obtaining a degree in sport administration. Following graduation, she worked for two years at 9Health Fair, a large, Denver-based nonprofit. Jennifer has a background in professional sports — she assisted the Professional Golf Association (PGA) of America with the facilitation of the 2008 Ryder Cup and the 2010 Senior PGA Championship.

Presently, Jennifer manages Colorado Mesa University’s community-based athletic events, including the Maverick Classic Collegiate Road Race, the Maverick Mountain Bike Championships, the US Bank Rim Rock Marathon, the Maverick Invitational Alpine Ski Race, the Maverick Stampede Rodeo and the Special Olympics Colorado Summer Games. She is a member of the National Association of Sports Commissions and looks forward to helping the GGJSC grow. She loves Greater Grand Junction for the year-round outdoor activities available in such a beautiful setting. Jennifer enjoys mountain biking, hiking, camping, fly fishing, hunting, reading and Louisville Cardinals basketball and Ohio State Buckeyes football. She is married to a western Colorado native and has two young children.