Why Trusted Ally

Why Trusted Ally


The Trusted Ally Difference

A Principled, Family-Owned Colorado Business

Specialized in assisting former Rocky Flats workers and their families.

Concentrated on ensuring our customers receive the maximum benefits they deserve.

We work to enrich the lives of nuclear workers through personalized, thoughtful in-home care.

Our Leadership

Candace Honeywell • President & Co-Founder

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Candace is the co-founder and President of Trusted Ally Home Care and the proud great-granddaughter of a nuclear worker. Candace graduated from San Francisco State University with a Bachelors in Communication. She currently sits on the board of KidsRise, a Colorado nonprofit providing yoga and mindfulness services for children who have gone through trauma. In her free time, she enjoys horseback riding, and spending time with her two mini horses and two Australian Shepherds. Candace is committed to volunteer work in the community, including after school mentorship with at-risk youth and regular participation with Challenge Denver. She is a member of the Greenwood Village Chamber of Commerce.

Alexander Page, MBA • CEO & Co-Founder

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Alexander ‘Xander’ Page is the co-founder and CEO of Trusted Ally Home Care. Xander is an award-winning social entrepreneur, consultant and executive coach. He has spent the past 15 years founding and working with early-stage ventures in new tech, health care and impact investing. Xander graduated from the University of Colorado in 2002 with a B.S. and received his Masters of Business Administration from the University of Denver’s Daniels College of Business in 2011 where he was named Outstanding Graduate Student of the Year. In his free time Xander enjoys spending time with Candace and their many animals, travel, outdoor adventures and giving back to the community.

John McGoldrick, Ph.D. • Chief Operations Officer

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John McGoldrick is the Chief Operations Officer for Trusted Ally. He holds a B.S. in Cognitive Psychology from Carnegie Mellon University and a Ph.D. in Cognitive Neuropsychology from the University of Denver. John has previously worked for the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment evaluating HIV-AIDS prevention programs. He is skilled in Univariate and Multivariate statistics, experimental and field research design/evaluation, business analytics and patient health outcomes and operations. In his free time John enjoys time with 11 year old son, dog obedience, acoustic guitar, photography, road cycling, camping and backpacking, and personal growth work. 

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