Two exemplary University of Colorado Denver Business School alumnae earned spots in The Denver Business Journal’s 20th edition of its annual “Outstanding Women in Business” awards, recognizing women for their innovation, entrepreneurship, professional accomplishments, and community leadership.
Kelly Brough: Winner, Education, Government and Nonprofits category
Kelly Brough, Professional MBA ’89, President and CEO of the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, took home top honors in the Education, Government and Nonprofits category. Read more
DaVita Group Vice President Anne Bailey, MS Information Systems ’00, looked back on her CU Denver Business School experience. She shared her career journey from struggling to manage a full-time job while attending graduate school to managing over 750 people at one of the largest kidney care providers in the United States.
What initially led to your decision to attend CU Denver Business School? Read more
The information-packed webinar was presented by Emily Edwards, MBA ’13, Instructor of Marketing at CU Boulder, and Rob Humphrey, College-to-Career Expert with LinkedIn, and moderated by Matthew Fleming, MBA ’13, MS ’17, Program Manager for the J.P. Morgan Center for Commodities.
Shaping a personal online brand can help build credibility and influence inside your organization and beyond. Read more
Natalie Wagner, a personal financial advisor and money wellness coach with a holistic take on the industry, sat down with CU Denver Business School students to share her unique and powerful insight on the power and potential of money and how a simple change in perspective can change the world for the better.
How she got here
“My love of cash flow lies in it being the vortex of where we interact with our money, and therefore, where we hold our power.” – Natalie Wagner
As the daughter of thought-leading financial theorist Richard Wagner, Natalie was raised in an environment that actively explored money’s potential for good. Read more
Most of us consider ourselves generally good people, and we know, in our gut, when something just feels off or wrong. But sometimes, it’s our boss or colleague, or just someone we respect asking us to do something that we know we shouldn’t. Then we’re stuck wondering things like, “Should I tell my boss I can’t do this?”, “Will I get fired?”, “How do I say ‘no’ without letting everyone down?” Dr. Read more
In her position at Liberty Media, Thornton oversees the Internal Audit departments for five separate public companies and their very wide range of portfolio companies including SiriusXM, the Atlanta Braves, Formula One Racing (F1), QVC, zulily, Expedia and many more. Students were particularly interested in some recent ethical scenarios involving F1 that Thornton shared. Read more