Community Foundation Boulder County names new CEO

Tatiana Hernandez

BOULDER — Community Foundation Boulder County has tapped Denver fundraiser Tatiana Hernandez as its next leader to replace retiring CEO Jeff Hirota.

In a statement Monday morning, the nonprofit group said Hernandez will take the top job July 6. She is currently president and CEO of the Emily Griffith Foundation, which raises scholarship funds for students of Emily Griffith Technical College.

The vocational school is spread among three campuses in Denver, and is a dual member of Denver Public Schools and the Colorado Community College System. The Foundation reported raising a little more than $1.3 million in fiscal year 2018, according to financial records.

Hirota joined the Community Foundation in 2017 after a decade as vice president of programs for The Denver Foundation.

Tatiana Hernandez

BOULDER — Community Foundation Boulder County has tapped Denver fundraiser Tatiana Hernandez as its next leader to replace retiring CEO Jeff Hirota.

In a statement Monday morning, the nonprofit group said Hernandez will take the top job July 6. She is currently president and CEO of the Emily Griffith Foundation, which raises scholarship funds for students of Emily Griffith Technical College.

The vocational school is spread among three campuses in Denver, and is a dual member of Denver Public Schools and the Colorado Community College System. The Foundation reported raising a little more than $1.3 million in fiscal year 2018, according to financial records.

Hirota joined the Community Foundation in 2017 after a decade as vice president of programs for The Denver Foundation.