The company offers a unique technology platform and plans to launch a new fintech-bank partnership program that will revolutionize how young, high growth companies access growth capital.
A licensed private investigator, Melissa 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.
Xakema Henderson was a key member of the defense team that successfully secured the dismissal of a federal data breach class action pending against a fast-casual restaurant chain in July 2017.
In 2017, David Stauss co-authored the “Colorado Privacy & Cybersecurity Handbook,” the first book to focus exclusively on Colorado’s emerging privacy and cybersecurity laws, regulations and statutes.
Nicole Garneau has worked extensively to make the experience inclusive, and in 2016 was awarded a $1 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to expand her innovative community model to both English and Spanish.
Justin Croft, who is now an equity partner in Zeppelin, supervised the build-outs of 15 independent tenants with demanding requirements and limited budgets.
Ethan Furtek’s passion for natural foods and recreation is reflected in his firm’s clientele, which includes companies such as Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage, Blue Moose of Boulder, noosa Yoghurt and Boa Technology.
In just two years, Israel Sanchez has grown CD Specialty Contractors’ industrial division from $285,000 in revenue to a projected $10 million by the end of 2017, with another 30 percent growth forecast for 2018.
Following her 10-year tenure at large international brokerage firm JLL, Amy Aldridge set out with several colleagues to develop a highly personalized client-service model at Tributary.
Sudha Chandrasekharan gave up that job to pursue Learnskillz, with the help of her father and husband.
Ryan Lantz began at Richmond American Homes as a land acquisition specialist and rose to executive vice president of operations, managing 200 employees and more than 40 active subdivisions.
Molecular biologist Amy Beckley’s own battle with infertility underlies her passion to help other women and inspired her crowdfunding campaign to create and market a new ovulation tracking device.