Jarred Black led the Larry H. Miller Volkswagen dealership to record sales volume in both the new- and used-car categories during his first year as store manager.
Mickki Langston runs the largest organization of locally owned businesses in Colorado.
When Brad Wright’s wife, Jianna, gave birth to a stillborn child, he knew he had to do something to help others in similar situations, so he created the Wishbone Foundation four years ago.
Jeff Suffolk saw a gap in the fitness world, so he decided to fill it by creating Human Movement, a company that provides Active Entertainment through non-competitive events such as The Zombie Run, Dirty Girl Mud Run and The Ugly Sweater Run.
Steve Babcock’s desire to stop texting while driving led to the Red Thumb Reminder, a global initiative to curb the habit by painting his right thumbnail red.
As a first-generation immigrant from Nigeria, ChukwuFumnanya Egbune is devoting her life to empowering others
Melissa Kuipers leads negotiations between the Colorado Senate, House of Representatives and the governor to achieve results for her clients.
Bill Henry parlayed his experience in business into a successful law career focused on tax, bankruptcy, estate planning and business law.
Steve Shear transformed First Western’s treasury management department into a critical part of the company’s operation by building a full suite of treasury management services and redesigning its internal process – an achievement that resulted in a 40 percent increase in the department’s revenue in 2013.
Megan Mahncke has the rare ability to get groups on opposing sides of an issue to work together, allowing her to create innovative solutions that move strategic plans forward
Attorney Alison Zinn led the Colorado Women’s Bar Association as one of the youngest presidents in its 37-year history.
Adam Burrows led the team that rebranded HomeAdvisor, one of Colorado’s largest technology employers and the nation’s largest online marketplace connecting homeowners with home service providers.