Crispin, Porter + Bogusky promoted Danielle Whalen to managing director of the ad agency’s office in Boulder. Whalen joined CP+B in 2004 to help oversee the Burger King business. Since that time, she’s worked on several campaigns including Subservient Chicken, The Burger King “King” campaign, Whopper Freakout and the Old Navy SuperModelquins. Named an executive vice president in 2012, she runs the Applebee’s and Fruit of the Loom accounts.
The University of Colorado-Boulder named William “Bill” Haverly campus architect and director of planning, design and construction in the Department of Facilities Management. Haverly, whose appointment begins March 3, will head a department with an operating budget of nearly $5 million and management responsibility for a five-year capital plan totaling more than $750 million. He will be responsible for the conceptual planning, design, engineering and construction of all capital and noncapital projects for the 11 million-square-foot campus, including more than 350 open projects at any one time. Haverly comes to CU-Boulder from the University System of New Hampshire where he was director of capital planning and development.
Ryan L. Mason, a financial adviser at Main Street Investments Inc. in Longmont, who offers securities through Raymond James Financial Services Inc., received the designation of AAMS, an acronym for accredited asset-management specialist, from the College for Financial Planning. Mason joined Raymond James in 2009 and has more than 14 years of experience in the financial-services industry. He specializes in retirement income planning.
Denver-based Mountain West Credit Union Association hired Patti Hazlett as its director of corporate communications. Hazlett will oversee the public affairs and communications duties for the regional tri-state trade association representing 132 member credit unions, 3.1 million credit union members and $33 billion in assets throughout Arizona, Colorado and Wyoming. Hazlett has more than 20 years of communications experience. She previously led public relations efforts for a major real estate real estate management company, health-care corporations and Special Olympics Colorado, as well as a number of professional sports organizations. Most recently, Hazlett was president of PH Communications, her private consulting practice.
Boulder-based running shoemaker Newton Running hired Mike Nesladek as vice president of marketing. Nesladek has 15 years of marketing experience. Previously, he worked on brand development and marketing strategies that spanned digital, social and traditional media for Anheuser-Busch InBev.
Louisville-based Door to Door Organics, a natural and organic online grocer, hired David P. Maytubby as chief financial officer. Maytubby will be responsible for financial operations and investment strategy. He has more than 28 years of experience in finance roles in public accounting, high tech, private equity and large-scale private investing and wealth-management. Maytubby most recently served as CFO of LineRate Systems Inc., which was acquired by F5 Networks Inc. Maytubby earned a degree in finance and accounting from Fresno Pacific University.
The nonprofit Colorado Chautauqua Association in Boulder hired Matt Hamann as director of hospitality. Hamann has regional and national management and operations experience with multiple brands, including Marriott, Westin, Hotel Teatro in Denver and InterContinental Hotels Group. Hamann’s background also includes managing a portfolio of national park lodging properties. Colorado Chautauqua is a national historic landmark. Since 1898, it has attracted visitors seeking respite through its natural beauty and enrichment from cultural programs that are offered.
The nonprofit TRU Community Care, formerly HospiceCare of Boulder of Broomfield Counties, elected six members to its board of directors for 2014. They are Laura Bickers, community volunteer and Longmont United Hospital staff chaplain per diem; Dan Frank, controller at Longmont United Hospital; Marty Evans, president, MACE Associates; Dr. Gil Gonzalez, retired physician; Michele Obermeier, retired communications executive; and James Williams, dean of libraries at the University of Colorado.
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