Colorado Association Services has announced that Nicole Armstrong has been named president of the Community Associations Institute Southern Colorado Chapter. She has been in the community management industry since 2002 and has chaired the CAI Southern Colorado Chapter membership and education committees.
Andrew Andreasen has joined Freedom Financial Services as vice president of loan production. He has more than 25 years’ experience in the mortgage lending industry.
PAETEC Holding Corp. has hired Cliff Donnelly as regional sales director in Colorado Springs. Prior to joining PAETEC, Donnelly worked for Qwest Communications for 16 years in a variety of sales leadership, sales and sales support roles. He has more than 20 years of telecommunications experience.
Downtown Colorado, Inc. has seven new members to its board of directors. New members are Kitty Clemens, Denver Regional Council of Governments; Kristin Cypher, Britina Design Group; Mark Heller, Golden Urban Renewal Authority; Carrie McCool, McCool Development Solutions; Heidi Hoffman Ham, Grand Junction Downtown Partnership; John Plakorus, Colorado Housing and Finance Authority; and Scott Sellers, City of Montrose.
The Urban League of the Pikes Peak Region has selected Diane Allen-Philips as its President/CEO. Allen-Philips joined the Urban League staff in 2008, and has served as interim President/CEO since September 2009.
Larry Hannappel, Lon Matejczyk and Will Temby and have formed Mountain Prairie Holdings LLC as the parent company for acquiring, owning and operating new business ventures. The company’s first business purchase is Apprentice Personnel in Colorado Springs. Hannappel was formerly the COO/CFO of Century Casinos. Matejczyk was the former publisher of the Colorado Springs Business Journal and Temby was the President and CEO of the Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce from 2000 to 2007.