After graduating from the University of California, Santa Barbara Jodi Asarch lived in Washington DC and worked at the Smithsonian Institution for three years. She then received an MS degree from the University of Michigan, School of Natural Resources and moved back to Denver and worked at the Colorado Governor’s Office of Energy Conservation. After managing the Professional Services Department for for four years, Jodi went on to write grants for health and Jewish organizations until 2012. Jodi has been a spin instructor at JCC Denver since 2004 and is currently the Delegation Head for the JCC Maccabi Games. She also coaches varsity soccer at the Denver Jewish Day School. In her free time, she enjoys playing and coaching soccer, skiing, hiking, biking, boxing, and most of all spending time with her three kids.