Becky Antonelli, BSN, RN, CEN, SANE

Becky has been a forensic nurse examiner since 2012. She received her Associate’s Degree in Nursing from Colorado Mountain College in 2008, and her Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing from Mesa State College in 2010. Becky is a Board Certified Emergency Nurse. Becky has been on contract with MWSA since 2017 and has been the Clinical Coordinator for MWSA since July 2018.

Kelley Hill, RN, FNP-C, SANE-A, SANE-P

Kelley Hill has been a registered nurse for over 20 years and forensic nurse examiner with River Bridge since 2013. She is certified as an adult, adolescent and pediatric sexual assault nurse examiner. Kelley received her Masters of Science in Nursing from Regis University in May 2017 and is a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner.

Beth Barnes, BSN, RN

Beth Barnes obtained her BSN from the University of Pennsylvania in 1985 and has been a practicing RN since that time. Currently, she works at Aspen Valley Hospital in the Emergency Department and as a House Supervisor. She has worked for Mountain West SANE Alliance since 2017 and has a passion for working with victims of sexual assault and interpersonal violence.

Christina Hale, BSN, RN

I am originally from Ohio and moved to Colorado in 2016. I have been a nurse since 2012 and have worked in hospital settings, physical rehab facilities,
and primary care offices. I currently work as a nurse full time at Vail Health, as well as instruct skiing part time. It is an honor to be a SANE nurse and a part of the MWSA team. In my spare time, I love to go hiking with my husband and our dog named B.

Beth Hoffman, RN

Beth Hoffman, RN

Amanda Shelley, BSN, FNE

I have my Bachelors in Nursing. My Background has been in maternal care since 2015. I worked as a FNE at University Hospital for almost two years and started with MWSA in 2017.

Menina Stadler RN, BSN, MPH, RNC-OB, SANE

I moved to Eagle County in 2005 to snowboard for 1 year and never left. For the past 5 years as a labor and delivery RN I have used compassion and responsiveness to patient needs to create a healing environment and to promote and protect the health and well-being of mothers, babies and families. Being a nurse has been the most rewarding profession that I could imagine. I am very grateful to be joining the MWSA team as a SANE.

Chelsea Johnson, RN

Chelsea Johnson, RN

Mowita Kensinger, MHS, PA-C, RDMS

Mowita graduated from Duke University School of Medicine in 2019 with a Master’s of Health Sciences in Physician Assistant Studies. Prior to leaving the valley for graduate school she worked as a certified Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer at All Valley Women’s Care. After receiving her Master’s, Mowita returned to the valley and rejoined the team at All Valley Women’s Care as a PA. She also works full time with Aspen Valley Hospital in the Emergency Department. Joining the MWSA in fall of 2019, Mowita has continued her education and training with the team and values the opportunity to extend her work in the community. When not at the hospital or in clinic, Mowita enjoys spending time with her family (and dogs!) or at the ice rink, playing, coaching, or officiating hockey.

Danielle Dudley

Danielle Dudley