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ColoradoBiz CEO of the Year 2015 finalist: Kate Paul

She's helped Delta Dental grow


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President and CEO, Delta Dental of Colorado

Leading the 501(c)4 dental insurance provider since 2001, Paul helped Delta Dental grow in Colorado with small and mid-sized companies as customers in 2015, she says, while highlighting a “medical-dental integration project” that has placed numerous dental hygienists in pediatricians' offices. “It’s really forward-thinking work,” she says.

“Always remember your success is a reflection of the people you’re working with,” Paul advises.

One key, she adds, is “helping them understand where they are. Most people tend to overestimate their talents and underestimate their talents.”

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Eric Peterson

Denver-based writer Eric Peterson is the author of Frommer's Colorado, Frommer's Montana & Wyoming, Frommer's Yellowstone & Grand Teton National Parks and the Ramble series of guidebooks, featuring first-person travelogues covering everything from atomic landmarks in New Mexico to celebrity gone wrong in Hollywood. Peterson has also recently written about backpacking in Yosemite, cross-country skiing in Yellowstone and downhill skiing in Colorado for such publications as Denver's Westword and The New York Daily News. He can be reached at Eptcb126@msn.com

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