Join us to honor the third annual Ethical Leader of the Year, presented by the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative at the CU Denver Business School. The award will be presented in conjunction with the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce’s State of Small Business which will highlight the local economic forecast and changing trends in tech automation. Read more
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
Raised on her family’s goat farm in Elizabeth, Colorado, Cassie Bennett never expected to land an internship with one of the top 10 accounting firms in the US upon graduation.
Bennett, graduating with a BSBA in Accounting this May, will continue her education at the CU Denver Business School through the BS/ MS Accounting 4+1 degree program, which allows students to complete both degrees in as little as five years. Read more
Denver is home to many exceptional business leaders who show a deep commitment to ethics. Honor an inspirational leader by nominating someone you know today! Nominations open now until August 1. Read more
The news on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) is constantly in flux, making it even more important for universities to stay on top of recent updates and potential changes.
DACA is an immigration policy that allowed some individuals (brought to the United States illegally as children) to receive a renewable two-year period of deferred action from deportation and become eligible to work in the U.S. Read more
Kyrsha Wineinger has never had anything handed to her. She started supporting herself and living on her own at a young age. She’s worked between two to four jobs for nine years to put herself through school and get the life she always wanted.
If you meet Wineinger now, she’s the model BSBA Accounting student. Her resume includes a flawless academic record, president of the CU Denver chapter of the prestigious accounting fraternity Beta Alpha Psi, teaching assistant for two professors on campus, Deloitte intern, and future MS Accounting student. Read more
In 1999, DaVita, then known as Total Renal Care, restructured itself to come back from the brink of bankruptcy. Kent Thiry, newly tapped as the organization’s CEO, played a pivotal role in turning the company around.
Nineteen years later, DaVita is a leader in healthcare, focused not only on improved clinical outcomes and holistic care, but also on participating in positive community impact. Read more