Movers & Shakers: New Hires, Promotions, Honors, New Businesses

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Movers & Shakers: New Hires, Promotions, Honors, New Businesses


- The Colorado Springs Convention & Visitors Bureau announced a number of staff promotions, certification and title changes. Chelsy Murphy, formerly the public relations manager, has been promoted to director of communications. Murphy joined the CVB in December 2008 from a national advertising agency. She holds a bachelor of arts with honors in communications-media management from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. Sharen Piper, formerly membership and special events manager, has been promoted to director of partnership sales and events. Piper joined the CVB in August 2010 and came from an extensive career in local hotel sales and restaurant management. Cheryl McCullough, formerly sports & special events sales manager, has been promoted to senior sales manager- sports and special events. McCullough joined the CVB in 1997. She holds an associate's degree in travel and tourism management from Blair College and a bachelor of science with honors in technical management with a concentration in sales and marketing from DeVry University. Gaby Stephenson, CVB executive assistant, has received her certification with the International Association of Administrative Professionals. She has been recognized with the Certified Administrative Professional rating, along with specialties in organizational management. She is also serving as president- elect for the association. Amy Long, formerly VP of marketing and membership, has had a title change to VP of marketing and partnerships. This is a reflection of the CVB's new partnership model meant to more accurately represent the region to visitors and meeting planners. Consistent with this new model, Denise Noble, formerly membership coordinator, has also had a title change to partnership coordinator.

- Karen Burghart has joined Girl Scouts of Colorado as fund development manager. Burghart is a board member at Colorado Springs World Affairs Council and an advisory board member at Mile High Youth Corps. Her position includes directing fundraising activities and developing community partnerships in southern Colorado.

- Rocky Mountain Options for Long Term Care announced the promotion of Natalie Matthewson to executive director. Matthewson has been with Rocky Mountain Options for Long Term Care since 1999 and has more than 18 years experience in long term care. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor.

- Josh Bailey has joined Penrose-St. Francis Health Foundation as president and chief development officer. Bailey has served the nonprofit profession for 16 years, most recently at The Colorado College as chief development officer and leader of the college's major gifts team. He also served as the U. …

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