Steve Czarnecki went to college on a caddy scholarship called the Chick Evans Scholarship.
He also was a member of the first United States Golf Association Fellowship class in 1997 before being hired as the manager of the Grants and Fellowship Programs.
In the Fellowship class, he managed USGA grant activity throughout its 13-state central region. Continue Reading Steve Czarnecki
Lisanne McNew knows more about tools than most men. She worked for DeWALT on the NASCAR Circuit and owns almost every tool known to man. Continue Reading Lisanne McNewContinue reading …
Cherise helped to coordinate the CASA Fundraiser for the Elite 25 and has been involved with several ministries in town, including AllAboutGod Ministries, Harvestime International and Exalting Him Ministries. She also is a member of the advisory committee for Garden of the Gods Bank. Continue Reading Cherise SelleyContinue reading …
Ask Trevor Dierdorff what’s in his short term plans, and he’s likely to say he has travel plans to help expand his business. Long-term plans are a little different. They include philanthropy, leisure travel and golf.
Dierdorff developed his business, Amnet, in Colorado Springs and Pueblo by providing world class service to clients. Continue Reading Trevor Dierdorff
Kristy Milligan was born and raised in Colorado Springs, but she’s also traveled throughout Asia — to India, Thailand, Nepal, Japan and Hong Kong.
She is Development Director for Citizen’s Project. She was formerly the communication director for the Girl Scouts Wagon Wheel Council. Continue Reading Kristy Milligan
Tim Watson loves the Buckeyes.
After moving to Colorado Springs, he and his wife were searching for ways to meet new people and decided to create the area’s first Ohio State Alumni Association chapter.
From an initial 15 members, the organization has grown to more than 150, with a strong community and philanthropic presence. Continue Reading Tim Watson
Becky Farrar is the youngest employee of the City of Colorado Springs with a professional job title, public communications specialist. She joined the city in November 2004, a few months after graduating from the University of Northern Colorado.
It was, Farrar said with an amused laugh, her first job.
Since her first day at work, Farrar has rarely slowed down. Continue Reading Becky Farrar
Megan Harmon is a busy lady. In addition to holding the position of regional president at Garden of the Gods Bank, she also is a new mom (to baby daughter Allison) and active on several community boards.
Harmon oversees the efforts of 10 branch employees, while trying to acquire new customers, retain existing customers, manage the branch’s finances, conduct training and serve on a variety of committees. Continue Reading Megan Harmon
After 10 years of working for substantial divisions of major companies, Barbara Horst did what many mid-career senior managers dream about doing: she went into business for herself.
Horst, who left a position as CFO of a $50 million division of Centura Health Systems to start Sunbelt Business Advisors two years ago, hasn’t regretted her decision for a moment.
“I always wanted to own a business,” she said. “I looked around for one to buy, and eventually decided to start my own.” Continue Reading Barbara Horst
As if managing a loan portfolio of more than $35 million and a deposit portfolio exceeding $25 million wasn’t enough, Wells Fargo Bank Vice President and Principal Business Relationship Manager Cory E. Leppert also is an active community leader and outdoorsman.
He is chairman of the Pikes Peak United Way Stewardship Committee, a member of the Pikes Peak United Way Investment Task Force and board member of the Ronald McDonald House. Continue Reading Cory E. Leppert