Cohen is a shareholder at Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck in Denver. His belief that everyone should have access to legal help drives the pro bono and volunteering work he's done in the past seven years.
Granger joined Colorado Petroleum Council from Colorado Concern, where she led operational and strategic execution for the organization, supporting legislative candidates and statewide policies
As the partner of Design Workshop in Aspen, Albert is behind a number of distinct projects in Colorado. It is his belief that these spaces will bring many people joy.
After working for and with top public relations firms and brands, Schroder launched SchroderHaus based on the belief that there is a better way to serve innovative natural products entrepreneurs.
Hassoun’s self-started technology company, RealEyes Media, provides software and video solutions for clients including NBC Sports, EA Games, AMEX, Motorola, Chase Manhattan, Oracle, Adobe and the U.S. government.
Huffman's organizational-leadership development and cyber education firm is committed to a policy of helping any school district, teacher, Girl Scout troop or social impactful company.
Rosie Sanchez has a heart for the underdog, because she’s been there herself. So her role as audit manager in ACM’s nonprofit practice suits her to a tee.
His company name says it all: Oqueli doesn’t just design great structures — he builds them, too. The firm focuses on sustainability that goes beyond solar panels
From flexible PTO and educational offerings to bonding days on the slopes, the size hasn't stopped these three companies from creating enticing work environments for their employees
Representing multiple Colorado cities and industries, these three mid-sized companies are pulling out all the perks to recruit and retain the top employees in the state.
Though Colorado is known for its up-and-coming startup scene, these large companies create thriving, irresistible cultures to attract diverse groups of employees.