RE/MAX Properties, Inc., Southern Colorado’s largest real estate company, announced the hiring of five broker associates. Patti Pelletier joined the Distinctive Group and Jennifer Palone joined The Pam Palone Team, both at 1740 Chapel Hills Drive. Tammie Pauley joined Team Pudder at 2630 Tenderfoot Hill St. Kathy Tutko and Jed Johnson have joined RE/MAX’s Monument office at 1761 Lake Woodmoor Drive.
ERA Herman Group added Michelle Goff to its Colorado Springs team. Goff joined ERA Herman Group to expand her knowledge and better assist clients through the buying and selling process.
The Herman Group Companies, which consists of ERA Herman Group Real Estate, Shorewood REALTORS, Asset Management Real Estate and multiple title companies nationwide, recently promoted Eric Estrada to its executive management team serving offices in California, Colorado, Florida and Nevada. Estrada was promoted to vice president of sales and marketing and will assume the role of Florida regional manager. He will manage the company’s corporate marketing and business development division’s nationwide. In addition, as Florida regional manager, he will focus on day-to-day operations and expanding business opportunities in South Florida including the Miami, Ft. Lauderdale and Palm Beach Gardens markets.
Copperleaf Homes, a Colorado Springs-based homebuilding company, is expanding to Arizona. Beginning as a two-person team comprised of construction veterans Steve Neary and Jim Seibel, the company now employs more than 20 team members and builds along the Front Range, and now in Phoenix and Tuscon. Copperleaf Homes named Travis Reid as Arizona division manager for the company’s expansion. Reid brings more than 15 years of experience to the company and has been involved in the construction of thousands of homes valued in excess of $300 million across the Southwest. His previous experience includes management positions with Lennar, The Spanos Corporation, Toll Brothers, Beazer and Atlantic Development.
Pikes Peak United Way President and CEO Jason Wood appointed Beth Hall Roalstad to senior vice president of engagement. Roalstad is currently serving as executive director for the Innovations in Aging Collaborative. She also served as executive director of the Women’s Resource Agency and worked for the Mental Health Association of Colorado and Project WISE. Roalstad has a masters of social work from the University of Denver as well as a bachelor of science in political science from State University of New York College at Oneonta. She is a graduate of the Colorado Springs Leadership Institute.
Dianne Reitan joined Partners in Housing as development manager. Helping people transition to self-sufficiency from homelessness, PIH is affiliated with the Diocese of Colorado Springs where Reitan worked since 2012 as development coordinator.
Alan Schlosser-Couch was hired as associate director of public services by the Pikes Peak Library District. Schlosser-Couch spent nine years as a library administrator in districts in Pennsylvania, California and Tennessee. As associate director of public services, he will oversee direct patron services at all 14 libraries in the district, serving a population of 607,000 in El Paso County. Schlosser-Couch received a master’s of library and information science from the University of Alabama.
Peak Vista Community Health Centers appointed Karen Campbell as vice president of medical services. Campbell will be part of the medical team in charge of five of Peak Vista’s 25 health centers. She will also continue to spend a portion of her time providing health care at the Lane Family Health Center. Campbell received her undergraduate degree in molecular and cellular biology at the University of Colorado and her doctor of osteopathic medicine degree from Midwestern University, Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine.