Author: ColoradoBiz Staff

GenXYZ 2023 — Taylor Rosty

Motivated to serve people, Rosty serves nonprofits through her work at Lasso and leads the firm with a spirit of servant leadership and humility.

GenXYZ 2023 — Terence Rogers

Chef Terence Rogers and his restaurant, Sullivan Scrap Kitchen, has sustainability in food, staff and community as the core of his mission.

GenXYZ 2023 — Kellan Moore

Since taking over Lind’s Plumbing and Heating after the death of its owner in 2018, Kellan Moore has grown revenues by more than $5 million per year.

GenXYZ 2023 — Devon Davis

Davis recently made it to the semifinal rounds for the PNC Performance Award, the bank’s most prestigious recognition.

GenXYZ 2023 — Devin Bostick

Commercial trucking insurance was a paperwork driven, regulation heavy, bricks and mortar business until Devin Bostick reinvented and disrupted it.

GenXYZ 2023 — Cassandra Puhalla

On a trip to Wonderland Lake in Boulder, Cassandra Puhalla realized she wanted to make an impact on the finance busuness community. Six months later, she was offered a position with Crestone Capital as a director of client advisory.

GenXYZ 2023 — Kelly O’Donnell

O’Donnell has helped lead, develop and mentor more than 100 future professionals and leaders across Colorado during her time with KeyBank.

GenXYZ 2023 — Avi Loewenstein

As a shareholder at Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, Loewenstein provides practical, business-minded advice to his clients and is recognized for his leadership in the mergers and acquisitions space. 

GenXYZ 2023 — Anna Costello

Costello’s company, dropSHIP Like It’s Hot, offers an innovative approach to onboarding new clients that helps small businesses scale to global businesses.

GenXYZ 2023 — Amanda Johnson

As a principal at OZ Architecture, Amanda Johnson designed Platte Fifteen, the first commercial project to utilize cross-laminated timber (CLT) in Denver.

GenXYZ 2023 — Rob Lee Andrews

Andrews has taken a small, local nonprofit and developed it into an organization that has welcomed more than 33,000 people in multiple cities.

GenXYZ 2023 — Matt Ward

Since Ward and his brother Mark bought Ward Electric Co. Inc. from their parents in 2012, they have seamlessly continued relationships with legacy customers while securing new long-term contracts. 

GenXYZ 2023 — Hayley Selden

While Seldon, who started Redwood Jane in 2021, is well aware of the challenges of being a woman in a male-dominated industry, she’s excited to represent women and be a face of change.

GenXYZ 2023 — Andrew Comer

Andrew Comer was named partner within two years of joining Fortis Law Partners, where he launched and quickly expanded the firm’s trademark and intellectual property practice area. 

GenXYZ 2023 — Michael Sutton

Michael Sutton is focused on creating a company where people love their jobs and have the opportunity to positively impact the lives of people they interact with.