Nancy Ferro
“Mama Lou”

Since starting Epic Experience in 2012 I love each and every camp watching cancer survivors stretch beyond their usual comfort zone.   My main role at camp is cooking and working with Wingman, Master Chief and Scrat on our camp activities.  I love watching the impact of what a week of an Epic Experience has done for all of the cancer survivors that have attended from the first day they arrive to when they go home.

Colin Ferro

I arrived in Colorado in 2004 from Sacramento, California to begin my college career. I graduated from Regis University with a Communication Degree. I worked for Red Robin Gourmet Burgers for 7 years moving up from server/ bartender to a restaurant manager and eventually working at the home office in the Denver Area as a New Restaurant Opening Process Coordinator. Eventually, I made it to Epic Experience as its first full time employee.

Ever since my brother Michael was diagnosed with cancer I had wanted to give back to the community. I love everything Epic Experience stands for. Colorado is a beautiful place that should be shared, but most of all the Rocky Mountains are a great playground! I love bringing adult campers into our camps,  and watching their confidence grow throughout the week.