Meet the Owner



  • Our Team

    Nina Anderson 2022
    Nina Anderson


    Nina is an active member of the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce, serving on the Board of Directors from 2010 through 2014.  She is an active member of the Grand Junction Kiwanis Club and the Fruita Chamber Government Affairs Committee.  Nina has also served 4 years on the Mesa County Workforce Development Board including the last 2 years as chairperson.  In 2023 she was appointed by Governor Polis to serve on the Colorado Workforce Development Committee. 

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    Sara Ogden Headshot Nov 2023
    Sara Ogdon

    Operations Manager

    Sara joined the Grand Junction Express Employment team in 2017 after working for several years in the paper and customer service industries.   Her attention to detail and passion for helping others is what she prides herself most on.  To say she is well-rounded and can see all points of view and perspectives is an understatement!  She can run a forklift, negotiate with Fortune 500 clients as well as make Robert Redford the best cappuccino he's ever had, all in one day! What excites her most about working at Express is namely helping people find jobs and helping frustrated clients find quality employees.  In her words she's a "matchmaker."   If you ask her what her professional passions are, she'll tell you it's what Nina's are: "Do the right thing for the right reasons."  And that's why she loves working here at Express!


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    Jenny Hunter

    Light Industrial and Skilled Trades Employment Specialist

    Jenny joined Express in 2023 and is a certified Staffing Consultant in the Skilled Trades and Light Industrial sectors. She brings experience in the insurance, logistics, and healthcare industries to support Express job seekers. She is driven with a great sense of urgency and dedication to helping good companies find good people.  

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    Stacey's Headshot Nov 2023
    Stacey Mascarenas

    Public Relations, Communications, Marketing and Recruitment

    Stacey has lived in the Grand Valley since 1977 and is a graduate of Mesa State College, now Colorado Mesa University.  She is an experienced public relations, communications and real estate professional with over 30 years of progressive experience as a community leader, communicator, negotiator and mediator. Stacey is the current President of the Grand Junction Kiwanis Club and served on the Fruita City Council from 2008 - 2016.  She has a long list of community service experiences and was highlighted in the 2016 book "Legendary Locals of Fruita", written by Denise & Steve Hight. The main reason she chose to work for Express is franchise owner Nina Anderson and her passion for not only making an economic difference in our community but her passion for helping people and businesses find their own success stories! 


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