UMB Bank, a subsidiary of UMB Financial Corporation has named Jason Doyle UMB Community Bank president , Colorado Springs. Doyle joined UMB this year as vice president, business development officer. In his new role, Doyle is responsible for long-term client relationships, targeting new business relationships in the community and guiding UMB strategic direction for the Colorado Springs region.
Gar Anneler, previously in this role, has been appointed to vice chairman of UMB Bank in Colorado Springs. Anneler will maintain responsibilities in pursuing business development goals. During his tenure with UMB, Anneler’s leadership has driven market growth and elevated UMB’s presence within the Colorado Springs community.
Partnering with Doyle to advance market presence, Greg Welch has been promoted to senior vice president and now serves as chief lending officer for the Colorado Springs region. Prior to this position, Welch served as vice president, commercial banking officer.
Terri Hayes has been named interim executive director of the Tri-Lakes Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Center. Hayes has more than 10 years experience working with nonprofits and three years working with local chambers through her roles as ambassador of the year for the Tri-Lakes Chamber, board member for the Southern Colorado Women’s Chamber and ambassador for the Colorado Springs Chamber. She received her degree in business and public administration from the University of Maryland, University College.
El Pomar Foundation announced several promotions: Cathy Robbins has been named senior vice president. Robbins joined El Pomar in 2003 after a lengthy career as a nonprofit CEO. She oversees El Pomar’s Regional Partnerships, a rural community outreach initiative.
Theo Gregory has been named senior vice president. Gregory joined El Pomar in 1998. He oversees community outreach activities in Colorado Springs and Pueblo related to El Pomar Foundation’s Emerging Leaders Development program and the Pikes Peak Community Development Initiative.
George Guerrero was named senior vice president. Guerrero joined El Pomar in 1995 after serving 25 years in the United States Army. He oversees the management of all El Pomar facilities, including the Penrose House nonprofit conference and event center, the El Pomar Carriage Museum and the Will Rogers Shrine of the Sun.
Peter Maiurro was named vice president. Maiurro was an El Pomar intern and joined the full-time staff as an El Pomar Fellow in 2005. He directs El Pomar’s Awards for Excellence program, is deputy director of Penrose House and is responsible for many of the Foundation’s special projects.
S4 Inc. has named Jay Davis director of programs for the Colorado Springs region. Davis will oversee and provide strategic direction for contracts supporting North American Aerospace Defense Command and U.S. Northern Command. He has 32 years of Department of Defense experience providing senior-level leadership, strategic planning and execution expertise in building and leading high performing, goal oriented teams.
The Board of Directors for Silver Key Senior Services named Patricia A. Ellis CEO and president. Ellis has served the nonprofit community in numerous leadership roles with TESSA and Cheyenne Village. She has experience in the for-profit business community, the nonprofit sector, as well as local business ownership. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin with a degree in sociology and has advanced studies in social welfare.
IT technician Jason Barretta has joined the Space Foundation. He previously worked for Verizon Wireless, where he was a desktop/network administrator for Hewlett-Packard Corporation and the Royal Bank of Canada. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Colorado Technical University.
Cathryn Griffiths was hired for the newly created position of administrative assistant — marketing and communications at the Space Foundation. She was with Johnstone Supply in Colorado Springs where she worked in the accounting department as an administrative assistant. She has attended Pikes Peak Community College and Technical Trades Institute, Colorado Springs.
Chantell Taylor and Margaret Parish have joined the government regulatory practice at Hogan Lovells US LLP, Denver office. Taylor will advise clients on government regulation and legislative matters with an overall focus on public law. She received her law degree from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law in 2001 and her bachelor’s degree from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 1995. Parish will advise clients on environmental matters with a particular focus on public lands. She received her law degree from Georgetown University Law Center in 2006 and her bachelor’s degree from New College of Florida in 1998.
Kyle Henley has been named director of Denver public relations for Colorado State University. In this role, he will help lead CSU’s media relations, marketing and community relations activities in the Denver metro region, which is home to more than 40,000 CSU alumni.