Kelly Brough

Kelly J. Brough is the current president and CEO of the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce. She previously served as the chief of staff and deputy chief of staff for Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper. She also served as a personnel analyst and a legislative analyst for the City and County of Denver. Kelly has served on a number of boards and commissions, including the Denver Metro Chamber Leadership Foundation board. She has a bachelor's degree in sociology and criminal justice from Montana State University and an MBA from the University of Colorado at Denver.

Articles by Kelly Brough

Immigration: A sensible approach to a complex issue
We need a policy that works for all of us

The looming fiscal cliff
Committed to finding the right solution

Texas-sized lessons on individuality, creativity and growth
We learned a lot in Austin

One view of budget sequestration:
Akin to playing with fire

Youth biz
Age is no barrier to success

Education nation: Colorado’s view
There's work to be done

Ms. Brough goes to Washington
The discussions provided a strong link to the Chamber's work

Here’s a story that will give you goosebumps
How a Cuban immigrant became Denver's mayor

Believing in economic recovery
Our members are making it happen

The good news: Colorado has a strong economic outlook
The bad news: we are behind in transportation and support for education

Denver biz has got it goin’ on
The new energy economy is bringing 'em in

Job-killers and mergers
It's summer, and we're a little hot under the collar

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