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Norman builds on passion to develop his own design firm

27. March 2014

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Born the son of an electrical engineer, Spencer Norman knew his father always expected him to follow in the family trade — and in some ways he is doing that. The 28-year-old moved to Colorado in 2008 with his now-wife Mattea to be closer to the mountains and use his computer science degree in a […]

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By taking better care of herself, Mosher develops her business

13. March 2014

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After being diagnosed with fibromyalgia as a college student, Jacquie Mosher found herself focusing more on what she puts in her body. The New Hampshire native gained critical acclaim among friends and family for her healthy chocolate-making — organic, raw and additive-free — and decided to try her hand at doing something she holds dear. […]

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Brewing takes Hartwig’s career into a fast-developing market

10. March 2014

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Originally from Grand Island, Neb., Aly Hartwig moved to the Centennial State four years ago looking to change her career path — and what she discovered was beer. Now a 23-year-old assistant brewer at Pikes Peak Brewing Company in Monument, Hartwig also cultivates craft-based partnerships among local young professionals. Amid planning for the brewery-sponsored Colorado […]

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McElheny finds his place on Springs financial scene

27. February 2014

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People call Greg McElheny the big guy with the bow tie — characteristics he says leave an impression on clients, which is important in the world of financial advising. The 35-year-old New York native is a father of three and works as a managing associate at Centennial State Financial (formerly New England Financial). After living […]

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Oakley-Courage turns from sports to embracing the heart cause

20. February 2014

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After years working in public relations for hockey teams in Seattle and Chicago, Erica Oakley-Courage was looking for a change of pace. Now 35, she took a chance and moved to Denver in 2006. Soon after, she met her future husband, moved to the Springs and started working for the American Heart Association in 2011. […]

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MacNeilly develops her niche before moving into area

13. February 2014

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Mary MacNeilly plans to claim the Colorado Springs community as her own in the name of technology and innovation. The 30-year-old Indiana native recently went to work for EMC Corp.’s local branch and plans to move closer to the Springs shortly with her soon-to-be husband. MacNeilly kicked off the year at EMC as a senior […]

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Severson has carved his place among state’s young adults

6. February 2014

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Jon Severson is a people person. Since moving to Colorado Springs more than 10 years ago, the 39-year-old Minnesota native has started a slew of Colorado Young Professionals groups across the state and is now connected to 40,000 Coloradans in their 20s, 30s and early 40s. Colorado Springs Young Professionals celebrated its 10th anniversary last […]

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Morgan stays on the run with high-level undertakings

30. January 2014

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Delaware native Laura Morgan didn’t discover her passion for running until late in college. Now she wants to share it with the world. As a county coordinator for Girls on the Run in the Rockies, a division of the international nonprofit, Morgan oversees the program in the Pikes Peak region, helping young girls learn the […]

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Harris hopes to make a difference in helping downtown’s growth

24. January 2014

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As a fourth-generation native, Sarah Harris is dedicated to the success of Colorado Springs and its downtown core. Harris joined the Downtown Partnership last month in a newly created position as development manager, helping local professionals succeed in the marketplace. Before returning from Denver, where she graduated from the University of Denver, Harris worked in […]

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Jewett’s dedication to RMFI creates impact on entire area

16. January 2014

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The executive director of the Rocky Mountain Field Institute doesn’t bother segregating business and pleasure: Rebecca Jewett’s work is her passion. Since filling the position in 2008, Jewett has directed a small staff and an enormous volunteer base in land conservation and restoration efforts throughout the region. Originally from Longmont, she came to the Springs […]

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