Who cooked the Last Supper? Probably a woman, because no holiday commemorates it, said Liz Rosenbaum, owner of Her Story Cafe. Rosenbaum operates the restaurant within Library 21c at 1175 Chapel Hills Drive, and considers herself a culinary anthropologist and positive feminist. The restaurant features food named for significant women in history — Condoleezza Chicken […]
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Tammy Terwelp was hired in September to be the new general manager of KRCC, Colorado College’s public radio station. A 20-year veteran of public radio, the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater graduate’s most recent job was director of content and programming at 90.5 WESA, the NPR member station in Pittsburgh. She also worked at public radio stations […]
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What do you do with a master’s degree in international political economy of resources from the Colorado School of Mines? Go golfing, of course. That’s a simplified version of 26-year-old Mattie Albert’s professional path. After a short stint behind the scenes in politics, Albert decided her time might be better spent transforming kids, 18 holes […]
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Jenny Bender loves children — not just the four kids she has with her husband, but every one in the Pikes Peak region. Bender, 36, grew up in Northern California. She moved to Colorado Springs with her husband 12 years ago and has since become woven into the region’s rich nonprofit tapestry, becoming executive director […]
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San Francisco Bay area native Deb Walker holds a bachelor’s degree in history, a master’s degree in public administration and a graduate certificate in nonprofit management from the University of Colorado. Her accomplishments don’t stop there. She has served on the boards of several local nonprofits, and is an active member of the faith community. […]
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Eric Sherraden, president and chief operating officer of CEA Medical Manufacturing, moved to Colorado Springs 18 years ago from southwestern Kansas. “I came out here and knew nothing of the area,” Sherraden said. “I happened across CEA, which was, at that time, maybe 40 people. That was in 1998.” Sherraden took a warehouse position. “I […]
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A “quarter-life crisis” led to Hannah Van Nimwegen’s move to Colorado Springs, and her newfound love of living and working along the Front Range has affirmed her decision to leave the Arizona desert behind. Originally from Phoenix, Van Nimwegen, 25, entered the workforce as a contract planner for the city of Chandler after graduating with a […]
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In one of her first jobs, Pat Ellis worked for a nonprofit in Wisconsin, helping adults with disabilities. After moving to Colorado Springs, she parlayed that experience into work for Cheyenne Village, a nonprofit agency that houses adults with developmental disabilities, and then as executive director of TESSA, which fights domestic violence. She then moved […]
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Arizona native Shannon Rauen has followed a somewhat unconventional career path. After graduating from the University of Arizona with a degree in political science in 2003, she moved to Washington, D.C., for an internship and stayed, drawn by the capital’s energy and focus. She met her future husband in Washington, became a military spouse, and […]
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By John Hazlehurst and Cameron Moix Born to a progressive Louisiana pastor, Perry Sanders’ first career was in music. He started as a performer, got into the recording studio business and picked up a law degree from Louisiana State University along the way. He dabbled in the restaurant business while building a powerful law practice […]
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Austin Shepard was in his home state of Florida 12 years ago, playing in just another children’s baseball game, when a throw from the outfield struck him in the head. It was 5 p.m. and his mother Shelly immediately pulled him from the game and took him home. Shortly after, Austin started vomiting. Shelly rushed […]
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Jessica Gladney, manager of the North Academy Boulevard branch of Security Service Federal Credit Union, has been involved in finance most of her adult life. After she moved to Colorado Springs in 2006 with her high-school sweetheart husband, an Air Force air traffic controller, they left the city almost every weekend for the entertainment of […]
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