Dorothy Horrell, chancellor of the University of Colorado Denver, has been named the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce's 2016 International ATHENA award winner.
Artifact Uprising, a VSCO owned company and leading online provider of premium quality custom photo goods, has appointed Michael Clark as the company’s Chief Technology Officer (CTO).
Colorado Women’s Chamber has announced the nominees for the 2016 ATHENA Leadership award, which honors a successful, accomplished woman in the community.
Todd Wheeler, Executive Vice President and top producer at Cushman & Wakefield Colorado, received the Office Broker of the Year On Feb. 25, 2016, as commercial real estate professionals from the Denver metro area gathered to honor the “Best of the Best” at the NAIOP Colorado 2015 Annual Awards of Achievement Event.
Annah Moore, CCIM, has joined CBRE Group's Fort Collins office as a Vice President with Brokerage Services. In this role, Moore will leverage her 15 years of experience working in Northern Colorado commercial real estate.
Gov. John Hickenlooper has named Erik Mitisek, Chief Executive Officer of the Colorado Technology Association, as the state’s new Chief Innovation Officer and as the Chair of the Colorado Innovation Network (COIN) board.
Al Fialkovich, co-founder and managing director of Transworld Business Advisors of Denver has been added as a Junior Achievement Board Member. Al was inducted on Feb. 5.
First Western Trust has named Suzanne Stratman president of its Denver office, responsible for all aspects of client relationship management and retention.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch has named Christian Bienvenu and Carroll Steger as senior vice presidents and senior client managers, serving middle market companies with annual revenues of $50 million to $2 billion.
Hotel Monaco Denver, downtown Denver’s most unique and sophisticated hotel, has named Randy Elmore its general manager.
Judy Vorndran has joined TaxOps as a partner to lead the firm’s expanding state and local tax (SALT) practice.
TIAG® has appointed Keith May of Richey May & Co., LLP as a member of its Advisory Board. The Advisory Board, comprised of prominent accountants from around the world, is a vital component of TIAG’s membership, which encompasses 119 independent member firms throughout 68 countries.