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Private Investigator Uses Tech to Fuel Her Firm

Melissa Kelley-Hilton honored as 2018 Top Young Professional


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MELISSA KELLEY-HILTON, 39

EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT, BISHOPS SERVICES INC., FORT COLLINS

A licensed private investigator, Kelley-Hilton has helped shepherd her investigations firm through the adoption of significant technology enhancements and a nearly nationwide direct-access portal into the court records system.

Kelley-Hilton holds the CFE designation from the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners and was recently recognized by M&A Advisor as a winner of the 7th Annual Emerging Business Leaders Awards.
Kelley-Hilton supports philanthropic initiatives close to her heart, including the Boys & Girls Club and WomenGive-United Way, which is committed to reducing poverty by helping local women and their children succeed in advanced schooling, work and life.

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