Chuck Fowler, CEO and chairman of the recently formed “City Committee” in Colorado Springs, has released the names of the members of the organization.
Founded by Fowler and Broadmoor CEO Steve Bartolin, the committee’s goal is to “promote the efficient and transparent expenditure of scarce public funds by government, and other publicly funded organizations.”
It is anticipated that the committee will undertake a comprehensive examination of the city’s revenue and expenditures, with the goal of finding significant savings through operating efficiencies.
In announcing the committee’s formation several months ago, Bartolin said, “I don’t pretend for one moment to have all the answers … But what I was hoping for was that I would provoke some thought as to a different way to approach things from an organizational and structural perspective that allowed the city to really provide some long-term budget solutions.”
The members of the City Committee are:
Chuck Fowler – founder, chairman and CEO of the committee, and president of cFowler Communications Co.
Steve Bartolin – founder and president of the committee, and CEO of The Broadmoor Hotel.
Peter Maiurro – founder, secretary and treasurer of the committee, and director of Awards for Excellence at El Pomar Foundation, and deputy director of the Penrose House.
Bob Cutter – director and chief operating officer, and former general manager of Vitesse Semiconductor.
G. Barry Baum – former president of Western Forge, Corp.
Matthew Drosendahl – vice president of finance and controller at Norgren Inc.
David Isbell – attorney for Hogan & Hartson LLP.
Kathy Klepfer – former western regional director of Monsanto Company.
Jack Lundberg – former president of Denver Equipment Company.
Laura McGuire – CEO of SmartTracks Inc.
Andy Meng – owner of InFront Webworks Inc.
Mark R. Ruport – former CEO of Configuresoft Inc.
BJ Scott – CEO of Peak Vista Community Health Centers & Foundation.