Friday February 14, 2014 0 comments
DENVER - Molly Rauzi, chief technology officer and management consultant at Gagen McDonald, has been elected new board chair for Colorado Technology Association.
Board member Steve Foster, COO at GTRI, has been named chair-elect for 2015, CTA said.
Rauzi has more than 20 years of experience leading large, complex organizational initiatives. She serves on several university boards and was appointed by Gov. John Hickenlooper to serve on the Information Technology Economic Development Council.
She has worked with many Fortune 500 and midmarket companies to develop innovative technology strategies to increase performance, CTA said.
In 2007, she was appointed by then-Mayor Hickenlooper to serve as CIO for the City and County of Denver. Prior to that appointment, she served as director of technology for Denver International Airport.
"As a technology community, we are blessed to have Molly Rauzi lead us into our third decade of supporting and fueling the growth of technology in Colorado," said Erik Mitisek, CTA's CEO.
"Molly is respected as a technologist and community leader and her leadership within CTA has moved us forward. This is going to be an exciting year."