While earning an engineering degree, Matt Vineyard took literature and poetry classes to stay in touch with the arts and now makes it a goal to read at least one classic a year. Continue Reading Matt VineyardContinue reading …
Patrick Kerscher once received a Coast Guard Commandant Letter of Commendation Ribbon for rescuing two fishermen.
Today he serves as president of El Paso County Search and Rescue and is a member of the Mountain Rescue Association.
In October 2007, Kerscher, along with John Egan, founded Southwestern Commercial Properties. Continue Reading Patrick Kerscher
While traveling in the South of France, Sean Reilly met rock star, Bono.
At home, Reilly works to rock the real estate world in his job at CameronButcher Company. He represents both buyers and sellers of commercial real estate. His job involves helping buyers find property that best suits them and helping sellers obtain the maximum value for their property in the shortest time. Continue Reading Sean Reilly
Aimee Leah Cox knows how to write grants, but she’s also handy with a hammer.
Raised by a single mother, and being the oldest in the family, she learned quickly how to do things herself. At age 14 she built a privacy fence in their backyard, recruiting help from boys in the neighborhood. Continue Reading Aimee Cox
Donna Williams loves to cook and says she has a knack for being able to taste food at a restaurant and later recreate it at home. Continue Reading Donna WilliamsContinue reading …
As government affairs director for the Pikes Peak Association of Realtors since 2003, Clarissa Arellano is deeply involved in the government and business issues of the Pikes Peak region.
At 34, Arellano already has a decade of high-level political experience, beginning in 1997 when she worked for U.S. Rep. Joel Hefley. She’s been an independent political consultant and spent four years as a policy analyst with the Bighorn Center for Public Policy in Denver. Continue Reading Clarissa Arellano
After only three months at Vectra Bank Colorado, Vice President/Commercial Loan Officer Jesse Spaeth is already serving as relationship manager for a $20 million loan portfolio.
“Working here has been great”, Spaeth said. “There is a strong team atmosphere where everyone really wants everyone else around them to succeed.”
Management is committed to helping you reach your goals and supporting different ways of doing so.” Continue Reading Jesse Spaeth
A career in multifamily property manage-ment was hardly what Carmen Azzopardi had in mind when she began work as a housekeeper for a California-based manage-ment company in 1986.
Her energy and determination, however, made her a standout, and she soon moved into apartment leasing. Continue Reading Carmen Azzopardi
Danielle Summerville, the manager of corporate partnerships and program director for Big Brothers/Big Sisters, has lived in Colorado Springs since 1990.
While a student at Carmel Middle School, one of her teachers suggested that she might consider applying to Fountain Valley School, the nationally-acclaimed private college preparatory school that occupies more than a thousand acres near Fountain. Continue Reading Danielle Summerville
Pamela Burnelis is the “right hand man” for Kaiser Permanente’s public affairs director C.J. Moore.
“She has assisted me with our corporate contributions program and has been another set of eyes for Kaiser in the community, seeking out worthy nonprofit programs that fit our charitable giving guidelines, and coming to me with suggestions that have really made a difference,” Moore said in nominating Burnelis for the award. “She is something else.”
Burnelis is the executive assistant and office manager for Kaiser Permanente. Continue Reading Pamela Burnelis