WorldDenver's first six months flew by in a blaze of activity: more international visitors than I can remember, unique opportunities to present our world affairs programs in new formats and a lot of vitality in the Young Professionals group.
Taking stock of all the accomplishments of our fledgling organization, the WorldDenver board (14 people) held part-one of a two-part retreat last week. Two talented board members served as co-facilitators and the day was hosted by Molson Coors at its fabulous downtown headquarters.
Colin Wheeler is a strategic communications professional with 15 years of experience working on both the agency and corporate side. He started his communications career in New York City at Kekst and Company, a boutique firm specializing in financial communications. While there, he developed communications strategies for over 12 corporate mergers with transaction values ranging from $1 to $10 billion in the fields of technology, energy, manufacturing, financial services, and real estate.
Proving that WorldDenver engages some of the best and brightest of Denver, four outstanding new members have been added to our board. Read their bios below to get to know the faces that will be contributing to the leadership of WorldDenver. Welcome to our new board members!
Alice Anneberg is a community volunteer who is active in cultural and educational fields. She has served on the boards of Learning Ally (formerly Reading for the Blind and Dyslexic) and the Central City Opera Association.