4:55 pm - Sunday September 24, 2017

Leadership Pikes Peak Selects New Board Members

Colorado Springs, CO. Leadership Pikes Peak has added three new members to its board, and selected its board leadership for 2012-13.

The new officers are:

RD Trinidad (president), Kevin McTernan (president-elect), Marilue Beverly (treasurer), and Michael Johnson (secretary). Trinidad is a vice president at Hoff and Leigh; McTernan is director of advancement at the Colorado Springs School; Beverly is a CPA at Stockman, Kast & Ryan and Co.; Johnson is an attorney at the Mountain States Employers Council.

New board members are:

  • Doug Price, President and CEO, Colorado Springs Convention and Visitors Bureau. Doug is a recognized public speaker and the author of three books, most recently License to Sell, a book on “high touch” selling in a “high tech” environment.
  • George Harris, Executive Director for Corporate Social Responsibilities, GE Johnson Construction Company. George serves on numerous local boards including Junior Achievement and Big Brothers Big Sisters.
  • Lorelle Davies, Director of Auxiliary Services, Pikes Peak Community College. A Leadership Pikes Peak alumna, Lorelle is a 2011 Colorado Springs Business Journal Rising Star Recipient, and is currently finishing her doctoral degree in management and organizational leadership at the University of Phoenix.

About Leadership Pikes Peak Leadership

Pikes Peak is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that has been one of the premier leadership development organizations in Colorado Springs for over 30 years. We provide leadership development programs for experienced professionals, young professionals, women, and teens. The programs range from four to 10 months, and are geared toward providing skills, knowledge, and connections so that their participants can serve the community effectively. These programs have over 1,200 graduates who, as community trustees, work to make the Pikes Peak region a wonderful place to live, work, and play. We also educate current and aspiring leaders about the community, its needs, and its resources, and connect those leaders with each other.

 

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