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EPIC names Gregory J. Anton Chairman of the Board

EPIC promotes early childhood care and education


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EPIC has named Gregory J. Anton as Chairman of the Board. The announcement was made at its 6th Annual Business Leaders Dinner on Nov. 12.

The dinner is a celebration of Colorado’s commitment to early childhood care and education and included the presentation of the inaugural EPIC award to Sam and Nancy Gary for lifetime commitment to early childhood care and education in Colorado.

In addition to Anton’s commitment to EPIC, he also served as a Governor’s appointee to the Early Childhood Leadership Commission.

Anton is a founding partner of Anton Collins Mitchell LLP, (ACM) a Denver, Colorado based CPA firm with offices in Boulder, Denver and Greeley. Greg Anton, CPA, CGMA, former AICPA Chairman of the Board of Directors, was the recipient of the Institute’s 2015 Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Service. The Gold Medal Award is the highest award granted by the AICPA.

EPIC is a coalition of business leaders, nonprofits and foundations that are committed to making early childhood care, education, health, and parenting among the highest priorities of Colorado’s public and private investments. Its mission is to harness the capital of Colorado's business sector to ensure that all children develop into healthy, educated and productive residents. To learn more about EPIC visit www.coloradoepic.org

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