Kaiser Permanente Colorado won a national marketing award from Marketo. Kaiser partnered with Marketo to drive more than $23 million in marketing-sourced revenue in the first 18 months and create a direct link between its marketing spend-and-revenue impact, according to a Kaiser press release.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation has given Colorado Springs anti-trafficking organization Restore Innocence its 2013 Director’s Community Leadership Award for its Denver Division. The award was presented by FBI Director James B. Comey in a ceremony at FBI Headquarters in Washington, DC on April 4 to Michelle Korth, co-founder of Restore Innocence.
Red Noland Auto Group won the Colorado Springs Business Journal award at the Arts Business Education Lunch. Mike Jorgensen and the Red Noland team give to community organizations like the Boy Scouts, Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo and Goodwill to name a few. Employees also give generously to three of our arts and culture institutions: the Colorado Springs Conservatory, The Fine Arts Center and the Philharmonic.
The Colorado Springs Leadership Institute announced its class of 2014: Paul Ackerman, U.S. Paralympics; Randy Case, Case International; Jill Gaebler, City Council; Tim Gramling, CTU; Erin Hannan, Fine Arts Center; Holly Kortum, Kaiser Permanente; Bree Langemo, PPCC; Peter Maiurro, El Pomar Foundation; Laura Neumann, City for Champions volunteer; Hannah Parsons, Epicentral; David Peak, Academy School District 20; James Proby, New Horizons; Beth Roalstad, Innovations in Aging; David Siegel, Bee Vradenburg Foundation; Jenny Stafford, Children’s Hospital Foundation; and Dan Steever, Gazette.