Jamie Angelich Invisible Disabilities 2014 Volunteer AwardJamie Angelich is the 2014 recipient of the Invisible Disabilities Association’s Volunteer Honors Award.  Jamie has been chosen based upon her lifelong long passionate volunteerism with multiple charities serving people living daily with illness and disability. Thank you Jamie for caring for people in all stages of life from children through seniors by volunteering for the Kempe Foundation, Children’s Hospital Colorado, the Children’s Diabetes Foundation, the Excelsior Youth Center and Bessie’s Hope.

Jamie is a native Texan who moved to Denver in 1986. She married Alan Angelich in 1989. Alan is enjoying his retirement. Her son Adam is studying engineering at the University of Southern California.

Now that Jamie and Alan are empty nesters, they are enjoying traveling more – primarily centering around golf trips.

As you can see by the following, Jamie has had a life long passion for volunteering.

2014 Impact Award Presentation

Current Positions

Board Committees and Chairs

Advisory Positions

 Honors and Positions

  • 2014 Bessie’s Hope Community Volunteer ANGEL AWARD
  • 2013 Woman of The Year – Villager Newspaper
  • Speaker at USC (Southern California) MOVE IN day to incoming Freshmen Parents’ cocktail party
  • Speaker for Excelsior Youth Center H.S. Graduation ceremony 2013
  • Excelsior Youth Center Triumphant Woman of the Year, February, 2012
  • Kempe Children’s Foundation, Honorary Chair, 2011
  • Regional Sertoma Club Honoree, 2011
  • Honorary Chair, Share the Love Luncheon for Mt. 2 Mt. and Beacon Center 2011
  • CNI Dancing for a Cause – Celebrity Dancer
  • KEMPE Children’s Fdn. – Honorary Chair 2010
  • Artreach – Ginger Merelli Award  –   Dine and D’Art 2011
  • CNI – Dawn Denzer Community Leadership Award 2008
  • Huntington’s Disease – Distinguished Leadership Award, 2004
  • Colorado Ballet, 2003 Valentine’s Honoree Couple – Al and Jamie Angelich
  • AWARE – Honorary Chairwoman 2003
  • American Diabetes Association Honoree, The Golden Ball, 1995
  • American Diabetes Association, Speaker for Ultimate Benefit in 1993
  • Children’s Diabetes Fnd. – President 1992-1993; various board positions
  • Hearts For Life Guild –  Pacemaker Award in 1992, board positions
  • Honoree of the ON POINT AWARD – Colorado Ballet Auxiliary
  • Volunteers of America Guild – VOAG Guild Founder, held various board positions