InBank added veteran banker, Keith Smith as a senior vice president and senior commercial group leader and Mandy Jesser as vice president of learning and leadership development.
From struggling to find passion in his career to writing 13 books, Jeff Carson used self-publishing to shoot to the top of Amazon’s best-seller lists. Here, he talks about the benefits of the self-publishing, how he found success and why others should jump in.
Todd's professional experience in public and private sectors spans the spectrum: He's worked on projects ranging from $100,000 to $400 million.
Yassine was formerly an audit partner with a national firm and has more than 18 years in public accounting. He also serves on the March of Dimes board of directors.
Keck brings 20 years of finance and real estate experience to the Tower Realty team, including tenures with Bank of America, Carr Healthcare Realty and LendingClub.
Before joining the State Historian’s Council during its inception in 2018, Dr. Wei was a former History Colorado board member, lead advisor on History Colorado Center’s Zoom In exhibition and contributor to the Heritage Magazine.
He succeeds Tom Tulodzieski, who retired earlier this spring after a successful tenure as KeyBank Rocky Mountain region executive and Colorado market president.
As a Division of Financial Services board member, Seefried will help oversee the examination and supervision of state-chartered credit unions and state-chartered savings and loan associations.
Wennogle is focused on litigation involving construction and property rights. He also counsels and advises contractors on contract provisions, helps prepare and assess claims and advises clients in the unmanned vehicles industry.
Blaustein is primarily focused on advising both local and national office users with strategic real estate consulting services.
During his tenure at Moye White, Andrew Flynn leveraged his previous experience defending insurance companies and policyholders and co-founded the firm’s Insurance Coverage and Recovery Group.
Jimmy Sengenberger launched his Front-Range morning radio show in 2017. The three-hour show covers business and economics and features interviews with entertaining and engaging guests.