Board of Directors


Sterling Bailey – Founder, Chairman

Sterling Bailey always had a passion for helping those in need – especially children who are fighting cancer. He always found it so incredibly unfair that a child, someone who had done nothing to deserve it, should be made to suffer from something as terrible as cancer. Driven by this passion, Sterling volunteered his time and donated to charities benefiting pediatric cancer research (and patients) but always wanted to do more. In 2013, the idea of Cap for Kids began to coalesce into this concept of Captain America and team bringing hope and cheer to kids with cancer. With the help of his wife Rebecca, he formalized and incorporated Cap for Kids as a 501(c)(3) public charity with the primary mission of providing financial and emotional support to families with a child undergoing cancer treatment. When Sterling is not out fundraising, doing in-character, hospital visits or working with sponsored families, you’ll generally find him working his tail off in his full time job as a strategy consultant for a software company or teaching and studying martial arts in Littleton, Colorado.



Nathan Morimitsu – Board Member

Nathan Morimitsu is a Marketing Professional who has spent a good deal of his life volunteering time and energy for many charities, and working with Non-Profit Groups to elevate their visibility. He has worked with national brands, local businesses, museums and politicians. Currently he spends his days split between teaching Graphic Design at Front Range Community College in Fort Collins, Colorado and doing freelance work in marketing, design, and custom costume and prop work for the cosplay community.


Rachel Fitzpatrick – Board Member

Rachel has been a supporter of Cap for Kids since the inception in 2015, and for years prior when this was just an idea making its way into the wonderful charity it is today. Rachel works in Financial Services, spending the last 21 years working to provide financial solutions to high net worth individuals. Rachel earned an MBA from Webster University and maintains her FINRA Series 7 and 66 licenses and currently lives in Denver, Colorado with her husband.



Daniel Richard – Board Member

Daniel is our technical wizard and networking guru at Cap for Kids. He’s an experienced Front End Developer with a demonstrated history of working in the Ad Industry and Digital Commerce Space. Strong professional skills in Web Designer, UX and UI related disciplines. He joined the Cap for Kids Board in 2016 and has done wonders not only for our web technology needs but he’s invaluable in connecting us with influential members of the gaming and pop culture community.



Stephanie Schrab – Board Member

Passion and compassion are the key ingredients in the contributions that Stephanie makes to Cap for Kids and the greater Denver community. The way in which Stephanie values helping others has been greatly shaped by growing up with a younger brother who was diagnosed with Autism at the age of four. Being a caregiver for someone who is cognitively impaired has enriched her sense of compassion and inspired the context in which she aspires to apply it – a career in disability law. Stephanie received her B.S. in Public Health from the University of Colorado Denver and he is currently pursuing a law degree as part of the Chancellor’s Scholar program at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law.

Stephanie has been an active member in the Colorado cosplay community since 2012. She greatly enjoys the multifaceted opportunities that it provides for creativity, social engagement, and community service. When she is not studying or doing volunteer work, Stephanie can be found riding her horse, Gypsy, or spending time with friends and family.




Rebecca Daniels – ​Chief PR Officer, Director of Programs

Co-founder of Cap for Kids, Rebecca helped shape our mission and continues to drive it every day by leading our efforts with our sponsored families. She also runs public relations for the charity, connecting with and communication our message to media agencies within the pop culture community. Rebecca’s passion for our mission is a very personal one. Prior to moving to Colorado and joining Cap for Kids, she lost a close friend to pediatric cancer. Through her work at Legoland Discovery Center in Atlanta, she became close with a little girl named Dahlia and her family. Dahlia had been fighting cancer for several years when she became friends with Rebecca and she finally lost her battle in November of 2014. This loss, coupled with the understanding of how Dahlia’s family struggled with the massive financial strain that the cancer treatment put on them drove Rebecca to help families like Dahlias. When Rebecca is not running PR or working with our sponsored families, she can be found working on a cosplay project or modeling for various publications.