Pikes Peak Children's Museum

Our team

Pikes Peak Children’s Museum Board

Marie Maurizio

President, Chair

Marie graduated with a degree in International Business and Management from Dickinson College and spent 14 years working in Nonprofit Finance in Philadelphia.  After moving to Colorado in 2017, she joined the Board of PPCM and began working towards a Master’s degree in Business Intelligence and Data Analytics. She is the mother of three beautiful children. 

Lindsey Cherry

VP Marketing & Events

Lindsey (B.A. Adams State College) has called Colorado Springs home since 2005. She started working in the nonprofit world in 2015 and found her true passion. She joined the PPCM board in March 2018. She also volunteers with other local organizations and enjoys running 5ks for charity. In her free time, you can catch her spending it with her husband and two sons and enjoying the great outdoors Colorado has to offer.

Annette Bone

Museum Educator

Annette graduated with a degree in Early Childhood Education from Auburn University and spent 13 years working for Air Force Child Development Centers as a Training and Curriculum Specialist.  She has served young children as a preschool teacher, and older children as a substitute teacher for grades K-5. Annette has supported PPCM since 2016, providing valuable hands-on art instruction through its art outreach program.  She has lived in Colorado Springs since 2002She is married to her husband Brian and loves being a mother to her son.

Cathy Van De Casteele

Museum Development

Cathy graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Sociology from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater and a Master of Arts in Teaching from Colorado College.  A former 5th grade teacher, she now spends her days raising her 4 children, volunteering at her children’s school and serving part-time as a Children’s Pastor at Wayfarer Chapel.

Nohea March

Board Member

Nohea first volunteered with PPCM in 2012 and subsequently joined the Board in 2017.  With a background in marketing and events, Nohea has been the primary organizer for Noon Year’s Eve from 2015-2018. She brings energy and enthusiasm to the museum, while providing value to the community through its outreach activities. She is the proud mom to four boys. 

Amanda Hubbell


Amanda brings her accounting education and more than 20 years of experience in non-profit management and leadership to PPCM. Her high standards and attention to detail benefit the business operations.  She is currently pursuing the Colorado State CPA license and will graduate with her MBA in 2020.