Alumni On The Move 2018-01-18T23:48:17+00:00

Alumni On The Move

Our alumni are making a difference in business and the community. See the most recent updates here. Have an update to share? Submit your news.

Hanna Ackerman

Impact Denver ’17; Associate Concert Director for Swallow Hill Music has started her own company, Syncopated Production Group

Shailen Bhatt

Leadership Exchange ’15-17; has accepted a position as the new president and CEO of the Intelligent Transportation Society of America

Dr. Brian Davidson

Leadership Denver ’11; CEO of St. Mary’s Hospital was named one of the 2017 Up and Comers by Modern Healthcare

Priya Burkett

LD ’16; Director of Business Development at American Express was named one of the 2018 Top 25 Most Powerful Women in Colorado by the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce

Marcela de la Mar

Colorado Experience ‘11; Executive Director of Mexican Cultural Center was named one of the 2018 Top 25 Most Powerful Women in Colorado by the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce

Stephen Grogan

LD ’74; donated his papers to UNLV Library Archives, including extensive Denver political and Colorado gaming papers and memorabilia

Sally Hallingstad

LD ’16; Executive Director of Denver Petroleum Club was named one of the 2018 Top 25 Most Powerful Women in Colorado by the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce

Melissa Hart

LD ’17; was appointed by Governor Hickenlooper as the new justice to the Colorado Supreme Court

Sandra Haynes

CE ’11, ’15 and LD ‘06; is now the chancellor for Washington State University Tri Cities

Carrie Hortin

LEX ’17; Vice President, DJ Basin Development of Anadarko Petroleum Corporation was named one of the 2018 Top 25 Most Powerful Women in Colorado by the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce

Scott Ingvoldstad

LD ’13, LEX ’09, ’15 and ’17; is now the Executive Managing Director at Panasonic

Vanecia Kerr

LD ‘14; Regional Executive Director of College Track was named one of the 2018 Top 25 Most Powerful Women in Colorado by the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce

Erika Martinez

LD ‘09; is now the Director of Communications and Engagement at the Denver Public Library

Christina Ortiz Bluth

LD ’15; is now the Chief Operating Officer at PorchLight Real Estate Group

Lorii Rabinowitz

Board of Directors ‘14-18, CE ‘15-17, LD ’11 and LEX ‘14-16; has been named the new CEO of Denver Scholarship Foundation

Ruth Rohs

BOD ‘13-18, CE ‘15, LD ‘06, LEX ‘11-12 and ‘14-17; Vice President of Corporate Communications & Executive Director of The IMA Financial Group 7 The IMA Foundation was named one of the 2018 Top 25 Most Powerful Women in Colorado by the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce

Kristina Scala

LD ‘18; Founder, president and head of school of Aspen Academy, Aspen Youth Leadership Institute, Aspen Entrepreneurial Institute, Bear’s Student Enterprises, MODI Furniture was named one of the 2018 Top 25 Most Powerful Women in Colorado by the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce

Gloria Schoch

LD ’09 and LEX ‘14-17; Community Affairs Manager of Molson Coors/Miller Coors was named one of the 2018 Top 25 Most Powerful Women in Colorado by the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce

Maren C. Stewart

Access Denver ‘04, BOD ‘03-06, LEX ‘01, ‘03-05, ‘09-12 and ‘14;  Founding Partner of Taloma Partners was named one of the 2018 Top 25 Most Powerful Women in Colorado by the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce

Kristin Strohm

ID ‘08; Co-founder/President of Starboard Group was named one of the 2018 Top 25 Most Powerful Women in Colorado by the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce

Marla Williams

LD ’93 and LEX ‘04; President and CEO of Community First Foundation was named one of the 2018 Top 25 Most Powerful Women in Colorado by the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce