Tom Florczak has been named Colorado Springs deputy city attorney and will report to City Attorney Chris Melcher. Florczak begins Oct. 15. He previously served as the Pueblo City Attorney and was in private practice prior to that post. He has more than 34 years of practice in municipal law.
Kelly Sparks was named vice president of business development at Peoples Bank. She will help current and prospective business customers utilize the commercial services offered by Peoples Bank. Sparks has more than 18 years of banking experience and she has a Certified Treasury Professional designation.
Philip Tunnah was promoted to vice president at MWH Global. He has 22 years of experience in design-build and construction management-at-risk projects and currently leads the firm’s work on the Colorado Springs Southern Delivery System project, one of the largest water programs in the country. Tunnah has a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the University of Leeds in the U.K.
Discover Goodwill President and CEO Karla Grazier has been appointed by Gov. John Hickenlooper to serve on the Colorado Workforce Development Council as a representative of a community-based organization serving people with disabilities; she is the sole appointee on the 48-person council specifically representing this diverse and vulnerable population. Grazier will serve a three-year term alongside dual appointed and re-appointed statewide council members representing the business and youth sectors.
Jennifer Taylor has joined Bryan Construction Inc. as manager of marketing and business development. Taylor will oversee marketing initiatives and pursue business opportunities for the federal, commercial and facilities services groups. Taylor most recently worked for the Colorado Springs Chamber and EDC (now the Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance) as vice president of local industry.