By Erinn Callahan Stephanie Adams’ childhood dreams were made of white walls, empty space and animated discussions about beautiful concepts. Adams’ office at UCCS’ newly christened downtown campus isn’t quite the art gallery she imagined, but it still manages to tick each of those boxes. “In my new role, I have a beautiful space that […]
Chelise Foster, 32, has made a name for herself through giving back to the community. She originated the Waldo Waldo 5K race.
Margaret Sabin plans to use her decades of experience in health care administration, as well as her knowledge of population health management, to advance the mission of Children’s Hospital Colorado. “Population health has always been the stepchild,” the new Southern Region president for Children’s Hospital Colorado said. “My sense when approached by the CEO of […]
It wasn’t just the beautiful plants and flowers that caught Matt Hiner’s attention on a middle school field trip to the Denver Botanic Gardens. His gaze also was drawn to a water feature located in the Rock Alpine Garden, he said. “I will always remember walking back there and seeing the running water and thinking, […]
The National Cybersecurity Center’s new chief operating officer can point to a couple of major turning points in his career — and the most recent persuaded him to leave Texas for the Springs. Jonathan Steenland was principal of chief information security officer services with Zyston, and before that served as CISO at Fujitsu, where he […]
Brett Garman’s story of coming to work for UCCS is similar to those of many of the university’s employees. They went to college there and, “just fell in love with the school,” the Pagosa Springs native said. “The staff, the students, the campus — what isn’t there to love about UCCS?” Garman moved to Colorado […]
Most 21-year-olds probably don’t know much about running a company. But Patrick Calhoun isn’t your average 21-year-old. Calhoun is a graduate of St. Mary’s High School and is currently completing his undergraduate degree in political science at UCCS. But when he’s not in the classroom, Calhoun is CEO of Vision Restoration International, a nonprofit he […]
What started as a project at Zac Chapman’s alma matter, Colorado College, is now a small (but growing) movement to create equity in the city’s food system. Originally from Scotch Plains, N.J., “your standard suburb,” Chapman is the executive director of the nonprofit Colorado Springs Food Rescue. The philosophy major moved to Colorado Springs in […]
In October CSU-Pueblo announced its new vision: “To establish Colorado State University-Pueblo as the people’s university of the Southwest United States by 2028.” Helping to conceive that vision is Provost Mohammed Abdelrahman.
Max Cupp works to give all Colorado Springs neighborhoods a voice. “It’s about making sure everyone has a seat at the table,” he said. “People on the Westside have certain interests, and people in the Southeast have theirs. I help make sure they are all heard or involved in decisions happening in the city.” In […]
Scott Lee might stop you in the street to talk about parking. “Especially if I see someone staring at a parking meter or looking at a parking garage, I just ask them what they think about it, to get their assessment — they don’t know who I am — just to see what they think […]
Todd Anderson knows there are challenges facing the local homebuilding industry. But the incoming 2019 president of the Housing & Building Association also knows that, from Banning-Lewis Ranch to Careers in Construction, the region is rife with opportunity. Anderson was born in Wisconsin, where he earned his degree in construction management. He moved to Indianapolis […]