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Kinder setting a clean example for Colorado Springs

24. February 2012

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Frank Kinder graduated from college with a degree in finance, but it was his graduate studies that led him to his current job. Kinder works for Colorado Springs Utilities, as a senior conservation specialist for the water services division. Now 38, he’s been at CSU for nearly two years. His responsibilities include commercial indoor water […]

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Landscape architect drawing on partnerships

17. February 2012

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Landscape architect John Olson, 32, took advantage of the economic downturn and started his own business. The Nebraska native designed spaces in Colorado and Texas as Olson Planning & Urban Landscapes before merging his business with Denver-based national design firm EV Studio in January. He worked with the firm on several projects and developed a […]

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Law, family, community weave Anderson’s path

10. February 2012

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Claire Anderson, 29, grew up around the Colorado Springs law community because her father was a Fourth Judicial District Judge. Even though she chose not to study law, and instead moved away from Colorado Springs to earn a communications degree and master’s in public administration, the legal industry, and community, remained in her heart. She […]

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Early career choice led Bradley-Anderson to Springs

2. February 2012

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Accounting is the only job 37-year-old Trinity Bradley-Anderson has ever known. During high school she took summer jobs working with accountants, and the rest, as they say, is history, even if it is a relatively brief. Bradley-Anderson is now a tax manager and senior tax consultant at Stockman Kast Ryan & Co., where she specializes […]

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