Following her 10-year tenure at large international brokerage firm JLL, Amy Aldridge set out with several colleagues to develop a highly personalized client-service model at Tributary.
Sudha Chandrasekharan gave up that job to pursue Learnskillz, with the help of her father and husband.
Ryan Lantz began at Richmond American Homes as a land acquisition specialist and rose to executive vice president of operations, managing 200 employees and more than 40 active subdivisions.
Molecular biologist Amy Beckley’s own battle with infertility underlies her passion to help other women and inspired her crowdfunding campaign to create and market a new ovulation tracking device.
Gil Selinger, the youngest director at the firm, has played an integral role in increasing the firm’s representation of startup businesses, particularly those in the food and restaurant industry.
Alisha Brown, the first in her family to earn graduate and undergraduate degrees, earned a Masters of Nonprofit Management from Regis University as a Colorado Trust Fellow, a selective and prestigious program to advance the quality of nonprofit leadership.
Graham Furlong has helped create an agency that clients describe more as a business consultancy than an advertising agency, giving clients more engaging, more effective, more metrics-driven campaigns.
Most recently, Derek Conn has been instrumental in raising the capital for a new 77-acre mixed-use development in Colorado Springs called The Gateway at InterQuest.
Before launching his political career, Garrison Ortiz founded Educate Inspire & Change Pueblo’s Youth, a program designed to help middle school students facing adversity
Molly Osadjan-Rudolf has helped take Rubin Brown to a new level with respect to expanding diversity and building business.
A graduate of the Colorado School of Mines, Kerry Siggins is highly regarded by manufacturers worldwide for her ability to influence technological advancements in engineering to make the industrial cleaning industry more effective and efficient.
The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) estimates up to 40 percent of the food produced in the United States, 35 million tons of edible food, goes uneaten.