Meet the People Who Make This All Happen
The purpose of the Colorado Wheelchair Fencing Foundation is to facilitate wheelchair fencing in the state of Colorado. It strives to provide a new recreational activity for kids with physical disabilities, while promoting friendships, human rights, and equity through sport.
Coach Anderson & DFC
Nathan Anderson, the head coach of Denver Fencing Center, is a remarkable athlete and an extraordinary human being. He encourages his fencers to be their best, work their hardest, and to reach out and promote the sport that they all love. Coach Anderson firmly believes that every child deserves to have his/her life enriched through sports.
Edwin Bodoni iwas one of the co-founders of this organization. An exceptionally carrying young man, Edwin strongly believes that his efforts should include others and that he should strive to make a difference in someone else’s life. He was one of the lead volunteers for Colorado Wheelchair Fencing Foundation from 2015 to 2019, when Edwin graduated high school. Currently he is a freshman at Wharton School of Business (University of Pennsylvania).
Evelyn Bodoni a senior at Cherry Creek High School, is the other co-founder of this organization and has been a competitive fencer for several years. She is also an accomplished ballroom dancer, a published researcher, and an excellent debater and public speaker. Deeply caring about her community, she is delighted to share her expertise and contribute to this program’s success.