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Prescott lands dream job, looks to future in public broadcasting

30. May 2014

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Growing up in a broadcasting family, Kelsey Prescott never imagined she would end up in TV or radio — but at 30, she has landed her dream job with Rocky Mountain PBS as Southern Colorado regional director and executive director of the Tim Gill Center for Public Media. She had been all over the world […]

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Ward thinks ahead, and he helps others do the same

29. May 2014

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Financial planning doesn’t often cross the minds of many Millennials, but Randy Ward has made it his career. The 23-year-old Washington native has worked as a financial advisor at Strategic Financial Partners since graduating from college last summer. The self-described “financial physician” talked about his budding career, family and what he enjoys about the Springs. […]

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Carlson pushes more financial planning for all age groups

15. May 2014

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Josiah Carlson has lived in Colorado Springs as long as he can remember. He says he plans on staying and being a part of the community for years to come. Carlson, 26, spoke from his Northwestern Mutual office in the heart of downtown about planning for the future, opportunities for young professionals in the community […]

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Hudson heads world-class women’s soccer program

1. May 2014

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Sian (pronounced Sean) Hudson knew exactly where she was going when she left Wales for the United States 13 years ago. She’s been in Colorado Springs ever since. While here, she has been instrumental in steadily building the Pride Soccer Club, from directing its youth programs to working with college-bound athlete placements, into a nearly-5,000 […]

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