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Niebuhr engineers future for aircraft

21. November 2013

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Jason Niebuhr moved to Colorado for the weather, but stayed for a job that fuels his passion for aircraft and academics. Since 2010, the Nebraska native has worked as senior engineer for the U.S. Air Force Academy’s Center for Aircraft Structural Life Extension. After graduating from Wichita State University with a degree in aerospace engineering, […]

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No stranger to selling cars, Zacharias embraces higher role

14. November 2013

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Kimberley Zacharias has been in the business of selling cars for more than half of her life but seems to have found a home at Kuni Lexus of Colorado Springs. The 39-year-old New Mexico native, who has been with the company for six years, was recently promoted to general sales manager. In her new position, […]

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Kittle turns his personal focus to making Springs a better place

7. November 2013

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Earlier this year, Nick Kittle left his post as the city’s sustainability and innovation manager to spend more quality time with his family and operate Sustainovation LLC, his training and consulting firm. Kittle said that the company — which he kickstarted in October 2012 — is a good way for him to earn an income […]

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Pearce finds her expertise in marketing for Nor’wood

31. October 2013

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Since joining Nor’wood Development Group in 2007, 31-year-old Eva Pearce has made marketing her own. The North Carolina native came to Colorado for the scenery, received a degree in visual and performing arts from UCCS, and stayed to cultivate a talent she never knew she had. Pearce, now the company’s marketing director, took some time […]

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Stedman turns love for state into successful ventures

24. October 2013

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Katie Stedman, a 31-year-old Denver native, moved back to settle her family along the Front Range in 2011 after more than 10 years in Texas. Since becoming an event coordinator and launching Day Planner  Events (dayplannerevents.com) last year, Stedman continues to expand her clientele base and build community partnerships while working as operations director of […]

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From service to education, Ruppert finds his niche

17. October 2013

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Matthew Ruppert spent eight years serving his country as a member of the U.S. Army but couldn’t wait to continue his education when he returned home. Originally from the East Coast, Ruppert chose Regis University in Colorado Springs for its beautiful surroundings and familiar military ties. Since graduating with a bachelor’s in communication, Ruppert has […]

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Thompson finds partnerships help in her VeriClean business

14. October 2013

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Dee Anna Thompson, 31, is the owner and president of VeriClean Springs, a full-service commercial and residential janitorial company that she started here in 2009. Since its inception, VeriClean Springs has won various awards and formed several community partnerships. Thompson, a recently married mother of two, took some time this week to talk to us […]

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Colorado College student doesn’t wait to start business

3. October 2013

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Adam Miller is the 21-year-old co-owner of the Fat Bike Company, a local firm specializing in a new breed of off-road machines. A native of Anchorage, Alaska, Miller currently is a student at Colorado College, majoring in economics with a business focus, and plans to graduate in May 2014. Miller took some time this week […]

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Leader loves the large city with a small-town feel

26. September 2013

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As community relations and special events coordinator for the Salvation Army of El Paso County, Mary Whatcott handles all the local marketing efforts, public relations and events planning. She is 23 and has a bachelor’s in nonprofit leadership and management from Arizona State University and an MBA from the University of Phoenix. She is a […]

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Mayo-trained Price slices into new surgical niche at Penrose

24. September 2013

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Dr. Theolyn Price is a board-certified general thoracic surgeon at Penrose Hospital, specializing in the treatment of lung disorders. She was trained at the Mayo Clinic in general thoracic surgery, and thoracic and cardiovascular surgery. The 39-year-old has a special focus on thoracic oncology and robotic procedures. Price recently performed the first robotic-assisted lobectomy in […]

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