Our Team

HeatherBioHeather Greenwood, Co-Owner

Heather has a diverse background first as a CPA and then as a high school business teacher,  but she realized over the past decade that her true passion is bringing people together over food. She and her husband Troy made a dramatic life change in 2012 by quitting their jobs and moving their family to Uganda, Africa for a year of service. It was during this experience that she realized the unique power of food to break down barriers.  When she returned to the states, she decided it was time to pursue her lifelong dream of owning a restaurant. Her purpose in opening GraceFull is to love people well through food and invest in the local community by connecting people to new outlets for serving each other and opportunities to give back.  

tgreenwoodTroy Greenwood, Co-Owner

Troy works as a Technology Consultant and spends his Wednesdays at GraceFull Cafe.  Before GraceFull, Troy spent his Wednesdays at Denver Inner City Parish “welcoming and empowering people in need through support, determination and community.”  As an avid reader and self-over-analyzer his occupation as a Technology Consultant and Volunteer allows him to be in both the corporate and non-profit worlds. He strives to continue to show these two worlds the unique things they have to offer each other.  His other passions includes being a husband and father, faith, geeking out on technology, strategy, leadership and being in community.


Andrea Milholm, Executive Chef

Andrea comes to us from The Club Restaurant at South Suburban Golf Course where she was the head chef. Her love for food came about when she took a position with Whole Foods in the prepared food department 10 years ago. She fell in love with the process of how food is farmed and harvested, how it makes it to grocery stores, and then arrives at your home. She also acquired a love and passion for doing her part to help sustain the environment through composting, reducing waste, and recycling. Through this process, she was able to gain great respect and love for the outdoors. Andrea spends the majority of her free time exploring the majestic Rocky Mountains by running trails, riding her bike, and hiking. When she isn’t in the mountains, she is experimenting in the kitchen with fusion blends and foods from different cultures. Throughout the years, Andrea has worked at numerous local food establishments where she fell in love with the magic that is shared over preparing and sharing a meal. Andrea is eager to serve with all of you at GraceFull by generating community engagement through good times, good meals, and bringing people together to share the special bond and love that only food can deliver.

20617236_10155725035113203_4461697601858418221_oJen Coe, Foundation Administrative Assistant

Jen has a background in team leadership, office management, and a wide range of customer service roles, and plans to complete her BFA in Creative Writing next year. She likes to draw, read, write, play video games, garden, cook, hunt, hike, practice yoga, run, organize, and look up random scientific studies for fun. Her ultimate goal is to find a way to fuse her passion for ecological awareness with her ecclectic interests. She found GraceFull Cafe through a job ad for a barista in March, when she moved from Golden to Littleton. She took on the role of Administrative & Community Outreach Assistant in May and has loved getting to know the wonderful Community Partners and Volunteers, who are essential to making GraceFull Foundation successful. You can catch Jen Barista-ing at GraceFull Cafe on Tuesdays and Thursdays, as well as at the Community Breakfasts and Dinners that happen once a month.