Board members bring backgrounds in nonprofit, corporate, agency, and independent practitioners

DENVER—November 22—The  Public Relations Society of America Colorado Chapter (PRSA Colorado) today announced its 2014 Board of Directors. New board members were elected by the membership at its annual meeting on November 20, 2013, and will begin their terms on January 1, 2014.

Incoming President Julie Scott welcomed the incoming board members, saying, “With a strong background of involvement in our Chapter and passion for advancing the profession, I look forward to partnering with my fellow leaders to enhance our profession and grow PRSA Colorado.”

Scott is director for Bonfils Blood Center Foundation inDenverand brings more than 10 years of communications experience in public relations and fundraising to her role with PRSA Colorado. She has been an active member of PRSA Colorado since 2002.

The full 2014 board is listed below:

President: Julie Scott, director, Bonfils Blood Center Foundation

President-Elect: Cara Crifasi, director of communications, First Data Corporation*         

Immediate Past-President: Kim Sporrer, APR, marketing and communications manager, The Women’s Foundation of Colorado

Secretary: Suzanne Trantow, Aguilar PR*

Treasurer: Carey Madsen, president, Larkspur Strategies

Assembly Delegates:

Margaret Fogarty, national communications director, Farm Credit

Elizabeth Jumel, APR, president, Jumel Public Relations*

Sara Spaulding, APR, vice president of communications and marketing, Alzheimer’s Association of Colorado

Stacey Sepp, APR, principal, Xstatic Public Relations*

Sarah Thornton, president, Thornton Public Relations


Carol Piaseczny, APR, principal, PiasecznyPR

Jessica Sidener, director of communications, Arapahoe Library District*

Jeremy Story, principal, Story Public Relations

Jennifer Tillis, account director, Linhart PR*

Nicole Yost, founder and president, Fyn Public Relations* 

*Board members elected November 20, 2013.

3 Responses to PRSA Colorado Announces 2014 Leadership Team

  1. Woo hoo! Congratulations, everyone! I’m excited to see the improvements and changes the board will make under Julie’s (and then Cara’s) leadership. Congratulations!

  2. David Forer says:

    Sounds like a lot of great minds working together. I look forward to seeing what changes the board will make.

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