As an associate vice president of the El Pomar Foundation, Gary Butterworth is responsible for the leadership and professional development of about 25 select college graduates.
He also is responsible for managing grants activity in areas of education and amateur athletics. Continue Reading Gary A. Butterworth
The cornerstone of Andrew Oyler’s career is built on the relationships he has established through integrity and market knowledge.
Oyler has a bachelor’s degree in environmental design in architecture, with an emphasis in real estate and planning from the University of Colorado in Boulder. He is working toward his Certified Commercial Investment Member and Society of Industrial and Office Realtors designation, in order to better serve his clients. Continue Reading Andrew C. Oyler
Every Kid. Every Time. Goosebumps is the vision statement of the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo and the goal of Bob Chastain, president and CEO.
Combining his passion, vision, knowledge and leadership persona, Chastain stands to change the face of the zoo in this community. Continue Reading Bob Chastain
In her various roles with Agilent Technologies, Kelly Parthen has spearheaded many award-winning product launches around the world. The largest international product launch resulted in more than 100 articles in 13 countries.
Parthen also is the author of the nationally syndicated column Cinematters, which uses newly released family films to provide parents with creative and simple ideas that spark family bonding. The column appears in more than 30 parenting publications nationwide and reaches more than 3 million readers. Continue Reading Kelly Parthen
Ellie Collinson uses her skills and ideas to bring new programs to the Citizens Project. In her first year as executive director, she increased fundraising by 20 percent and dramatically raised the organization’s profile.
Her success stems from her previous work at Citizens Project as a program director. She gained hands-on experience supervising staff and about six volunteers for special events and other program areas. Continue Reading Ellie Collinson
Mark Patterson can be seen on television explaining new tax laws, or found speaking to various groups about business and tax issues. He has helped implement several tax planning strategies involving significant tax savings for clients of closely held businesses and their owners, and large publicly traded corporations.
Patterson earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting and information systems from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs and received a master’s degree in taxation from the University of Denver. Continue Reading Mark Patterson
As account executive, Tina-Marie DeWolf is responsible for recruiting groups of 51 or more employees to sign up for Kaiser Permanente’s health coverage
According to C.J. Moore, public affairs director for Kaiser Permanente, DeWolf will bring in more than 3,000 members in 2005-06. Continue Reading Tina-Marie M. DeWolf
Evan L. Randall has extensive experience in real estate and corporate law.
He has only had his law degree for eight years, but has already taken bar exams in four states. He is licensed to practice law in Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa, the District of Columbia, and the U.S. Districts Courts for the Western District of Missouri, the District of Kansas and the District of Nebraska. Continue Reading Evan L. Randall
As program manager for the Center for Nonprofit Excellence, Megan Fisher is a successful grant writer and coordinator/administrator for the center’s member training program.
She earned a bachelor’s degree in women’s studies and sociology from Ohio State University, graduating magna cum laude. Continue Reading Megan L. Fisher
In the financial business, Reno Reser is responsible for finding the right candidate for the right job. Reser is in charge of recruiting and training new representatives at Strategic Financial Partners.
Reser graduated from the University of Colorado, where he received a bachelor’s degree in marketing. Continue Reading Reno J. Reser