Andie Doyle holds more than 14 years of experience as Program Officer at Chapman Foundations Management, LLC, the entity that administers both the H.A. and Mary K. Chapman Charitable Trust and The Mary K. Chapman Foundation. She received a bachelor’s degree in human development and family studies from Colorado State University, and also completed a postgraduate program in philanthropy through the Stanford University Graduate School of Business.
Richard (Dick) Celeste was educated at Yale and Oxford before becoming Director of the Peace Corps and elected as a two-term Governor of Ohio. He also headed an economic development consultancy until 1997, and served as U.S. Ambassador to India. In 2002, Celeste became the 12th President of Colorado College, an office he held for nine years. He continues to chair a number of corporate and nonprofit boards.
Susan Edmondson is President and CEO of the Downtown Partnership of Colorado Springs, a nonprofit organization dedicated to ensuring that downtown serves as the economic, civic and cultural heart of the city. Previously, she served 10 years as executive director of the Bee Vradenburg Foundation, a private foundation supporting the arts in the Pikes Peak region. Prior to assuming that position in 2003, she served for seven years as arts-and-entertainment editor at The Gazette in Colorado Springs. Edmondson is a co-founder of the Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region, and currently serves on the boards of the Colorado Springs World Arena and Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center.
B.J. Hybl joined Griffis/Blessing, Inc. a real estate investment and services firm, as an Associate Vice President in 1999 and has held the position of President and COO since 2006. Hybl received a bachelor’s degree from Colorado College and an MBA from Regis University in Denver. He also served in the United States Air Force as a Missile Launch Officer and Space Operations Officer.
Three-time Olympic speedskating medalist // gold 2006; silver 2006; bronze 2002
Joey Cheek is a two-time Olympian and a three-time Olympic medalist in speedskating. At his final Games in 2006, Cheek won two medals and was voted Team USA’s Closing Ceremony flagbearer. Following his Olympic career, he went on to found DailyHouse.com. Cheek graduated from Princeton University in 2011 after studying economics and Chinese.
Robert Cohen is the Chairman and CEO of The IMA Financial Group, Inc., a diversified financial services company which is currently comprised of four primary businesses. Cohen received his bachelor’s degree in risk management and finance from the University of Texas at Austin. His professional memberships include Colorado Concern, the Colorado Forum, Assurex Global, Intersure (past chair), World Presidents’ Organization, the Council of Insurance Agents & Brokers (past chair) and World Broker Network. Cohen and his wife, Molly, have three sons and one daughter.
Olympic gold medalist, 100-meter hurdles
Fitzgerald-Mosley is currently the Chief Executive Officer of the Laureus Sport for Good Foundation USA. Named a 2015 Game Changer by the Sports Business Journal, Fitzgerald-Mosley also serves on the International Olympic Committee Women in Sport Commission. She was named “Cable TV Executive of the Year” by Television Week Magazine for her leadership role as President and CEO of Women in Cable Telecommunications, the oldest and largest organization serving women professionals in the cable industry. A world-class athlete, Fitzgerald-Mosley won gold in the 100-meter hurdles at the Los Angeles 1984 Olympic Games. She graduated from the University of Tennessee with a B.S. in Industrial Engineering. She resides in Haymarket, Virginia, with her husband, Ron, and their two children.
Holly is the Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer at the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee. In that capacity, she oversees the USOPC’s ethics, compliance, and NGB Audit programs. Before joining the USOPC, Holly was a Senior Compliance Officer and Vice President at Goldman Sachs focused on anti-money laundering compliance. She also served as a federal prosecutor at the United States Attorney’s Offices in Washington, D.C., and Salt Lake City, Utah, where she mainly prosecuted violent crime cases. Holly is a proud Penn State alumna and received her law degree from American University’s Washington College of Law.
Christopher Jenkins is President of Nor’wood Development Group, a locally-owned real estate and development firm in Southern Colorado for more than 40 years that has developed a prominent portfolio of planned communities, apartments, shopping centers and corporate centers. He also supports the Colorado Springs community with the the Nor’wood Foundation which focuses its philanthropic efforts on Christian initiatives for youth, the elderly, and regional arts and culture. He serves as a director on several boards including The Downtown Partnership, Downtown Development Authority, and the Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance. Jenkins holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration, finance and real estate from the University of Denver.
Dave Ogrean retired in 2017 after 18 years as Executive Director of USA Hockey. He has been at the forefront of multiple initiatives over the last two decades, including USA Hockey’s National Team Development Program, the American Development Model for age-appropriate training and the Colorado Springs Sports Hall of Fame. Ogrean has vast connections in the sports world developed during a professional career that has included stops at ESPN, the College Football Association, the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Committee, the Colorado Springs Sports Corporation and USA Football.