These 10 inductees become the next group of extraordinary contemporary and historical women with significant ties to Colorado.
We recently spoke with CEO and co-founder of Choozle, Andrew Fischer to learn more about the business and what it takes to steer the ship.
He says his military experience provided him established for him the necessity for a shared mission within an organization, and how to quickly pivot with limited information.
Scott Wylie, who has a Harvard MBA, believes in staying connected to his more than 240 employees through weekly meetings with local office presidents, lunches with all new hires at orientation and town hall meetings to answer questions from the support teams.
Adrian Tuck has been named a World Economic Forum Technology Pioneer, which recognizes companies from around the world that are poised to have a significant impact on business and society.
Todd defined the philanthropic mission of the firm as improving inner city education for children.
Before founding Colorado Springs-based Summit Technical Solutions in 2001, Kelly Terrien spent 10 years in the Air Force and Army Reserves, earning an associate’s degree in Electronics Systems Technology and supplementing that after her service with a bachelor’s in Management Information Systems and an MBA.
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.
VISIT DENVER has won all of the meeting industry’s top convention service awards for the past 18 years and has adopted a sophisticated integrated marketing approach to sell Denver as a travel destination, which includes everything from telemarketing to trade shows to the latest in technology
Levels Beyond's open platform, Reach Engine, enables businesses that produce video to efficiently share their content across multiple channels to reach more viewers on whatever device they are using.
Ask Andrew (A.J.) Peak about his success, and he’ll talk about his people: a world-class management team with experience across the health-care industry that he ensures are happy, challenged and fulfilled.
In 13 years, Jeremiah Owen has built the state’s largest privately owned residential painting company with 130 employees, offices in Denver, Colorado Springs, Grand Junction and Loveland/Fort Collins.