Tuesday December 8, 2015 0 comments
DENVER -- Colorado Enterprise Fund (CEF), which provides loans to small businesses and startups unable to secure traditional financing, announced the appointment of three new members to its board of directors.
The new members are Haroun Cowans, executive director of Impact Empowerment Group; Heidi Ganahl, CEO of Camp Bow Wow; and Jay Spader, attorney with Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck LLP in Denver.
“CEF’s continued success is strengthened by the contributions of its talented board of directors, who are committed to the organization’s community development mission,” said Ceyl Prinster, CEF president and CEO.
“We have grown in Colorado with the support of our board. I look forward to working with all our board members to serve more entrepreneurs during our 40th anniversary year and beyond.”
Founded in 1976, CEF provides loans up to $500,000 to businesses unable to find traditional financing. Since 1990, CEF has loaned more than $46 million to almost 1,700 businesses to create and retain more than 14,000 jobs in Colorado.