Volunteer High Five: Jill Terry

Jill Terry grew up in the small rural community of Broadus, Mt. It was a place where everyone knew everyone else and when hardships came – be it drought or personal tragedy – the entire community faced it all together. Terry’s view of community and an innate desire to guide others has propelled her through institutions of higher education across …

Volunteer High Five: Heather Potters

Vice Chairman and Chief Business Development Officer When she’s not finding ways to rid the world of polio, the Zika virus or cancer, Heather Potters gives back to local companies and promotes Colorado Companies to Watch. PharmaJet — the Golden-based company she co-founded with her mother, Kathy Callender — won a Colorado Companies to Watch Award in 2011. Potters called …

Ashley Meyer

Volunteer High Five: Ashley Meyer

Ashley Meyer has it all. From a fabulous house, to a great husband and horses for sunset gallops, Meyer knows she’s blessed. She also knows the value of sharing that good fortune by dedicating her time to a wide range of volunteer activities. From organizing events for CCTW, to toy drives for sick kids at Children’s Hospital Colorado, and serving meals …

Lynn Meyers

Volunteer High Five: Lynn Myers

Lynn Myers, Senior Vice President, Denver South Economic Development Partnership A CCTW original Community Partner dedicated to the growth of the program and 2nd Stage companies The first experience that Lynn Myers had as a Community Partner with Colorado Companies to Watch in 2009 was a positive one. “The first year that I participated, one of the companies that I …

Corine Waldau

Volunteer High Five: Corine Waldau

Corine Waldau, Director of Events, Programs and Workforce for the Boulder Chamber The importance of the Colorado Companies to Watch nominations Since joining the Boulder Chamber five years ago, Corine Waldau has personally worked with 40 Colorado Companies to Watch Winners as a nominator and Community Partner, and she’s practically got the system down to a science. “We have been …

Greg Greenwood

Volunteer High-Five: Greg Greenwood

Taking CCTW from an awards program to an integrated Alumni support system   Greg Greenwood has always had a soft spot for Colorado Companies to Watch. “Once it crawls up into your heart, it’s hard to let go,” said Greenwood, outgoing Advisor to the CCTW Board and current CEO of The Blackstone Entrepreneurs Network, Colorado (BEN). “CCTW is an amazing program, …

Brooke Milinazzo

Volunteer High-Five: Brooke Milinazzo, SkyBridge Communications

Gala go-to aiming to accept the CCTW award one day Brooke Milinazzo was nervous the first time she volunteered at a Colorado Companies to Watch Gala Awards Dinner, but she quickly realized there was no reason to be concerned. “That was my first step into the business community after being a stay-home mom with my daughter and three sons for …

Marcia Morgan, CBIZ

Volunteer High-Five: Marcia Morgan

Building a more connected sponsor network with the CCTW Development Committee Marcia Morgan had been dancing around the Colorado Companies to Watch community for years before she officially joined the program’s leadership ranks in 2017 as Vice Chair of the Development Committee. That was because her previous and present employers over the last 10 years have both been (or are …

Carlos Stuart

Volunteer High Five: Carlo Stuart

Volunteer High-Five: Carlo Stuart, Managing Partner of Tandem Resource Solutions Finding inspiration from Colorado Companies to Watch Carlo Stuart has lived all over the country, following his life’s passions wherever they take him for better or worse. But no matter where he lands, he’s always known some unchanging things about himself. “Every place that I’ve lived at, I’ve always wanted …

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Volunteer High Five: John LaPorta

Watching Colorado Companies to Watch Grow John LaPorta has volunteered and been involved with the Colorado Companies to Watch program for nine out of its 10 years. “Moss Adams (formerly Hein & Associates) was one of the original group of sponsors of the CCTW program,” said LaPorta, Business Development Director with Moss Adams. “My firm realized early on that this …