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As senior vice president of Peak Vista Community Health Centers, Pam McManus juggles the needs of a staff of more than 630 doctors, nurses and administrators at 18 outpatient clinics. Peak Vista provides primary care services to low-income, uninsured working families from all over the Pikes Peak Region. What are the biggest challenges facing Peak… Continue Reading McManus helps direct Peak Vista growth, partnerships

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Campbell offers insight as new HBA president

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Kyle Campbell has become the face of homebuilding and land development in Colorado Springs. As the head of Classic Consulting, Engineers and Surveyors, a subdivision of Classic Homes, he oversees the company’s numerous land development and infrastructure projects. In November, after 15 years with the group, he was installed as the president of the Colorado… Continue Reading Campbell offers insight as new HBA president

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A native of Colorado Springs, Michele Carvell has been executive director of Pikes Peak Country Attractions Association since 1999. Prior to that, she was executive director of the Manitou Springs Chamber of Commerce from 1990 to 1998. She was instrumental in increasing tourism to Manitou, and helping to brand the town as a fun, quirky… Continue Reading Tourism executive sees recovery season for Springs

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Tom Daschbach is president and CEO of TD Support Services, a government contracting, medical staffing and security services company. He served in the Air Force for 27 years, and served as vice president of business and Industry development for the Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce for six years before starting his business. You started the… Continue Reading Daschbach’s military, civilian senses drive TD Support

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Jerry Fritsche’s long career in investment banking began in almost 40 years ago, when he went to work as a stockbroker in Colorado Springs. In 1992, he founded Fritsche Capital Group, which now maintains offices in Colorado Springs and Los Angeles. The company is an independent corporate finance advisory boutique thataims to provide sophisticated corporate… Continue Reading Fritsche sees problems with venture capital mindset

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HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital CEO Steven Schaefer has made some big changes in his two-year tenure. The hospital was losing money and was going to be closed by its parent company before he arrived. Schaefer reorganized matters, a move that included layoffs and, less dramatically but just as effectively, changes to billing. The 43-bed hospital is… Continue Reading Schaefer rehabilitates the bottom line at HealthSouth

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James Justus has been president of Olive Real Estate Group since 1996, which specializes in investment and vacant land deals. He has been involved in commercial real estate for more than 30 years, representing local clients as well as Fortune 500 companies. The last couple years have been pretty tough on everyone with the economy.… Continue Reading Justus: Distressed-property absorption key to recovery

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A former U. S. Air Force officer, Howard Brooks was chief operating officer at Pikes Peak United Way for eight years before becoming executive director of the Energy Resource Center in early 2009. The center employs nearly 50 people and has an annual budget of $4.5 million. It operates in El Paso, Teller, Fremont, Douglas… Continue Reading Brooks’ work keeps low-income families warm, safe

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Devlin Donaldson moved to Colorado Springs in 1981 to work at Compassion International, where he spent 18 years. Since 2001, he has been president of The Elevation Group, a consulting firm that advises Christian nonprofits. A published author, Donaldson’s newest venture is NOVO Ink, a digital publisher of religious materials. Tell us about the company.… Continue Reading Donaldson spreading the word in digital publishing

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Andy Barton was born at Penrose-St. Francis Health Services. His kids were born there, too. In a city where natives are hard to find, that makes him somewhat of a rare breed. A month ago, Barton began to work for the hospital system, raising money through its foundation as the director of annual giving at… Continue Reading Andy Barton: Telling the Penrose-St. Francis story

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