For ten years, ColoradoBiz has brought together professionals from across the state to celebrate the young professionals under 40 that are changing Colorado’s industries for the better.
These 25 professionals excel in both their personal and professional lives, making contributions not only through their work but wide-ranging philanthropic activities as well
Things at Blue Star Recyclers seem to have become twice as excellent under Morris’ leadership. And for the first time, Blue Star has become self-sustaining.
Nikishina's recently launched startup, The Mastery Network, has transformed accounting-related topics and concepts into a fully functioning, engaging and creative e-learning program.
In eight years, Sarah Tiedeken O’Brien has climbed the ranks from entry-level employee to project architect and interior designer, and is now the youngest member of the executive team as a partner and owner.
During her tenure with SCL Health and Lutheran Medical Center, she has executed business plans for new clinical programs and program enhancements that have resulted in important new sources of revenue for the hospital.
Guillory’s 3D dream has come a long way in five years, from a humble garage-based hobby to a team of 22 selling large-format printers worldwide
First-generation college student Saul Huerta became a Greenhouse Scholar in 2008. Now, he’s in charge of finance and accounting for three different entities within the Greenhouse Family of Companies.
As MENTOR Colorado’s executive director, Krieger has championed and grown quality improvement programs for 21 youth mentoring agencies.
Lyon is an artist, but he’s also a numbers guy. In 2013, he founded Focused Energy to help businesses succeed by providing financial services and support.
As a portfolio manager with Community Solutions, Dickerson has led the development of the organization’s far-reaching advisory portfolio on large-scale social change. In addition, she serves as the president of the Metro Denver Homeless Initiative.