Up with People (UWP) is a global nonprofit, education organization based in Denver. The organization was founded on the principle that young people are distinctly capable of looking beyond borders or political affiliations, seeing beyond race and building bridges of understanding in a way that governments and other institutions have struggled to achieve.
Greenberg is the first-ever female commissioner for Colorado, and at 32, probably the youngest. She differs in every obvious way from her recent predecessors, who were men of a certain age named Don (Ament and Brown) and John (Salazar and Stulp), all Colorado natives who were farmers or ranchers themselves.
Schmidt, Cooper and Alford worked together directly for the past four years and will continue to collaborate on select growth opportunities, community engagement and strategic partnerships going forward.
Keo Frazier has nearly 20 years experience in marketing and will focus on strategic communications and brand engagement. Carrie Lau comes to Emily Griffith Technical College with more than 25 years of experience and will focus on implementing innovative technology solutions.
Sport Obermeyer has survived and thrived for 70 years in a rapidly evolving and increasingly competitive industry, due in large part to Obermeyer’s dedication to skiing and outdoor recreation.
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.
BKD Wealth Advisors is a subsidiary of BKD that provides investment oversight, wealth management and family office services to high-net-worth families and corporations.
During his 23 years in Boulder, Peter Burns has established himself as an expert in the food and beverage space, especially when it comes to preparing promising companies for acquisition by multinational giants.
Founder Elia Wallen steps down as president and CEO to focus on the growth of Hotel Engine, Wallen will become chairman of the newly formed board of directors for Travelers Haven.
How the Crested Butte native’s own experience with addiction led her to owning two drug and alcohol treatment centers in Colorado. The centers, under the name Women’s Recovery, offer gender-specific, trauma-informed addiction treatment for women.
Williams, currently executive vice president of sales, marketing and communications, will succeed Steve Gorman, who will continue as an active member of the company’s board of directors.
Masias brings a wealth of experience in economic development, stakeholder engagement, public policy and transportation.