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Kiernan speaking the language of success

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Sue Kiernan launched her second career 10 years ago when she founded Centered on Success Inc., a business coaching, training and consulting company. Her background, she felt, prepared her well for her new role. With 25 years as a speech and language pathologist, Kiernan — who has a master’s in communication disorders — saw “a… Continue Reading Kiernan speaking the language of success

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For the past 25 years, Nanna Meyer has tried her best to make a meaningful contribution to the breadth of information available about health and nutrition. A professor of sports nutrition at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, she isn’t really sure how much of a difference she’s made to the nation’s health –… Continue Reading Meyer working to make nutrition knowledge a cultural norm

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Deborah Tuck is faced with the task of helping feed the tens of thousands of low-income Coloradans who depend upon the Care and Share Food Bank for sustenance. Recently named CEO of Care and Share of Southern Colorado, Tuck came to Colorado Springs from Flagstaff, Ariz. where she spent 10 years as the founding president… Continue Reading Tuck takes the helm at Care & Share of Southern Colorado

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Cindy Fowler has blazed her share of trails, wearing multiple hats. The first she wears is one of a business developer for office furnishing and design company, OfficeScapes. For the past 11 years, she has built winning customer relationships with those from the private sector as well as from education and government services. The second… Continue Reading Business developer fosters strength on the job and beyond

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Steigerwald’s ethic: Work hard, play hard

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Dave Steigerwald is not a man who sits still for long. As shareholder and managing director of Sparks Willson Borges Brandt & Johnson P.C., Steigerwald stays busy working with clients, volunteering and with family time. As an attorney, he enjoys helping clients put deals together at the 30-plus-year-old firm that specializes in business law for… Continue Reading Steigerwald’s ethic: Work hard, play hard

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Lt. Gen. Michael Gould plans to leave his mark on the Air Force Academy. As the commander who’s been at the post since June, Gould is overseeing the Academy’s most extensive renovation since it was built in the 1950s. Nearly every building needs an upgrade, as do the academy’s practice planes. “It’s crazy. We’re flying… Continue Reading Gould envisions Academy intertwined with the community

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Angela Joslyn is the newly appointed director of the Colorado Springs Office of International Affairs, which assists local businesses in exporting goods and services. Joslyn’s qualification comes from a previous job that uniquely mirrors her present position. “This is my background and passion,” Joslyn said. “I lived in Japan for four years, and I taught… Continue Reading Joslyn heading Springs Office of International Affairs

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Marta Baker’s heroes are real-life problem solvers — ordinary people who go above and beyond to overcome barriers. And based on her list of accomplishments, she’s flexing plenty of her own problem-solving muscle. The senior marketing manager for the Colorado Springs-based International Customer Management Institute has already lead an initiative to fine-tune ICMI’s online brand… Continue Reading Baker dialed into customer, call center relationships

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Tracy Gonzalez-Padron’s first exposure to the international business scene was during a high school Girl Scouts trip to India. Gonzalez-Padron met Mother Theresa at the orphanage in Calcutta, during 1979, the year she was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. The experience gave her “the international bug.” Gonzalez-Padron is assistant professor of marketing and international business… Continue Reading ‘International bug’ gave Gonzalez-Padron an eye for ethics

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Once Tech for Less’ founder and owners were approached to sell the company to industry giant, ModusLink, a search began for just the right individual to provide transition leadership and to lead the $40 million electronics remarketer to new heights. Following more than a year’s search led by the Dixon-Midland Co., a Chicago-based investment firm,… Continue Reading Lockwood ready to take Tech for Less to next level

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