ASRC Board of Directors
The ASRC Board welcomes inquiries from passionate, skilled, highly ethical volunteers who align with the organization's mission and values. Board members serve a staggered two-year term, which may be renewed. It is recommended that applicants be in a reasonably settled place in terms of search, reunion and processing adoption-related issues.
CoCo Brush has served in various leadership roles with Concerned United Birthparents (CUB). As a former educator and current longtime search and support advocate, her passions include "adoption in the classroom;" conveying the importance of ethics in relinquishment, adoption, and reunion - and improving related language. She finds great fulfillment in facilitating communication between reconnected birth/first parents and adult adopted persons. In the 1980s, CoCo began to search for her relinquished son. He found her in 1991, and is working on a documentary film about reunited families. CoCo holds a BA in K-10 Education, a BS in Early Childhood Development, and a BA in Anthropology, with an emphasis on Native American Education. She enjoys spending time with all three of her children and grandchildren.
Holly Janson has recently found and reunited with both of her biological parents and many other family members including half sisters from both sides. Holly graduated with a bachelors degree from Colorado State University where she majored in writing and worked as a DJ. She has since been in the media industry for the last 10 years at companies like High Noon Entertainment, Comedy Works Entertainment and NBC Universal. She currently lives in downtown Denver with her boyfriend and works as an editor at Crosspoint. In 2019 she also started her own production company, Casper Black Media. Holly is eager to support others, share her experiences, and pay it forward by helping fellow adult adoptees in their discoveries, searches, and reunions.
Jeanine Quint serves as the ASRC Treasurer. She has an extensive background in bookkeeping and accounting, and is married to Urban Quint, who spent the first part of his life in a Swiss orphanage and is the subject of the film Father Unknown.
Rich Uhrlaub, M.Ed. has been dedicated to support and effective advocacy for the interests of adults impacted by relinquishment and adoption for over 20 years and currently serves as ASRC President. Relinquished and adopted at three weeks old, Rich located and connected with his family of origin in 1995. Rich has testified before legislative committees and presented and facilitated at various conferences nationwide. He has been interviewed for local and national radio, television and newspaper stories. Rich is a contributing author to Finding Our Place: 100 Memorable Adoptees, Fostered Persons and Orphanage Alumni (2010), and Adoption and Mothering (2012). His professional background includes leading the Learning Solutions Team and Management Competencies Program for an international technology firm; telecommunications and digital marketing sales; and medical-legal claims and risk management in the private and public sectors.