People on the Move – September 06

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Scott Mayeux has been named development director of Foster Hope Foundation in Colorado Springs. Mayeux comes to FHF with more than a decade of nonprofit and change management experience and will help support the most vulnerable foster families in El Paso County.


AspenPointe is pleased to announce three key promotions to its corporate leadership team. Jason DeaBueno is vice president of health services. DeaBueno is a licensed clinical social worker. Mary Ellen Benson is now vice president of health care innovation. Benson is a health care professional with over 20 years of experience. Todd Endres is now vice president of human resources. Endres is a seasoned leader with a proven track record in human capital management, according to a news release.


Bridgers & Paxton Consulting Engineers recently named Steve Taylor, P.E., LEED AP BD+C, as vice president. Taylor joined the Phoenix office of Bridgers & Paxton in 2004 as a summer intern while completing an architectural engineering degree at Kansas State University. In 2012, he relocated to Colorado, becoming the firm’s Colorado Springs regional office leader, managing operations in Colorado and mentoring staff.


Amber Coté has accepted a job as advocacy manager at TESSA of Colorado Springs. She was formerly the Success by 6 director for the Pikes Peak United Way. She starts her new job Sept. 20.


Dr. Tim Gramling, president of Colorado Technical University’s Colorado campuses, has been appointed to the Junior Achievement of Southern Colorado board of directors. Board members represent a wide range of businesses and academic institutions throughout the Colorado Springs area.