People on the Move – December 21, 2012

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Jeff Beauprez and Fred Wolfe have been named to the Better Business Bureau of Southern Colorado’s board of directors. Beauprez is president and CEO of eVanics and Colorado Networks, Inc. Previously, he was European market manager for a Hewlett-Packard product line. Wolfe is a construction executive at GE Johnson Construction Company. Prior to that position, he was a job order contract manager for MCC Construction and Raytheon.

Bob Gemignani has joined Pikes Peak Workforce Center as a business specialist. He has more than 20 years of sales and marketing experience. He will work with other business team members to ensure local businesses know about the workforce center and will help them find employees. He has a bachelor’s degree in marketing management from the University of New Mexico and volunteers as a baseball coach at Doherty High School.

Citizens Project has named four members to its board of directors: Jane Ard-Smith, Warren Epstein, Kathryn Presnal and Lionel Washington. The 2013 Citizens Project officers are Gail Johnson, board chair; and Brinah Vincent, treasurer. Departing members are Frances Gomeztagle, Mark Lee and Kelley Parker.

Griffis/Blessing, Inc. named Gayle Gahagan to its multifamily property services team as district manager. Gahagan oversees the management and leasing of several residential properties in Griffis/Blessing’s portfolio in Denver and Colorado Springs. Prior to joining Griffis/Blessing, Gahagan was director of operations with Corum Real Estate Group in Denver, where she was involved with a wide range of capital projects, acquisitions, rehabs, affordable housing and conventional properties ranging from Class A to C. She has a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and a certificate in alternative dispute resolution, and she consults on disputes involving real estate and domestic matters.

Gov. John Hickenlooper made appointments to the Judicial District nominating commissions, which select nominees for district and county judicial vacancies. In the 4th Judicial District Nominating Commission, Jack Donley of Colorado Springs will serve as an attorney and as a Republican from El Paso County for a term expiring Dec. 31, 2017.