A new president and CEO is named at a major local donor fund, a lawyer starts up a legal tech business and two marketing professionals launch their own communications firm in this week’s Herd.
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A lawyer who previously founded his own firm joins a new one as a trial attorney, a CFO is named for a local health system, and more moves in this week’s Herd.
A new IP attorney joins a local law firm, a PR executive forms her own communications outfit, and more in this week’s Herd.
Email submissions to Herd@BusinessDen.com. Nonprofits At Denver Center for the Performing Arts: Gretchen Hollrah has been named chief operating officer, effective July 1. She had been with the Mayor’s Office of the National Western Center and has degrees from Northwestern University and the University of Michigan. Ruth Krebs and Brisa Trinchero have joined the board… Read more »
The CEO of a local LGBT community center steps down, and two local law firms have a new shareholder and a real estate lawyer. More in this week’s Herd.
Plenty of promotions in real estate this week, including a new president for a property management company. Plus moves in manufacturing, business services and more.
A new dean of pharmacy is named at a local college and promotions in local real estate abound this week. More in the Herd.
Two SVPs join area real estate firms, and promotions abound at a local college and marketing firm. More in this week’s Herd.
Email submissions to Herd@BusinessDen.com. Departures Kent Thiry, chief executive officer of DaVita Inc., is stepping down. He will remain on the board. Javier Rodriguez has been named CEO, effective June 1. Law Teresa Abel has joined Keating Wagner. She focuses her practice on complex litigation. She has degrees from the University of Georgia and the… Read more »
Moves in real estate, architecture and more.