Civic Center Conservancy Welcomes Four New Board Members

We are thrilled to announce the latest additions to the Civic Center Conservancy Board of Directors. Please join us in extending a warm welcome to Jonathan Coleman, Skye Stuart, Nina Casanova Stenmark, and Brian Vogt. We are confident that Jonathan, Skye, Nina, and Brian will bring fresh perspectives, diverse talents, and their dedication to community impact to further the mission of Civic Center Conservancy.

Jonathan Coleman, CFA
Jonathan Coleman has over three decades of financial industry experience, currently serving as a Portfolio Manager at Janus Henderson Investors. His impressive career includes co-managing US SMID Cap Growth and US Small Cap Growth strategies. Jonathan’s dedication extends beyond his professional pursuits; he actively contributes to the community through his involvement with organizations like the Denver Scholarship Foundation and the Janus Henderson Foundation. His academic background in political economy and Spanish from Williams College, coupled with his Chartered Financial Analyst designation, enriches our board with diverse perspectives and strategic acumen.

Skye Stuart
Bringing over two decades of government and policy expertise to the table, Skye Stuart is a principal at The Pachner Company. Skye’s tenure as Deputy Chief of Staff and Legislative Director for Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock underscores her deep understanding of legislative processes and policy development. Her track record of managing complex initiatives and navigating diverse stakeholder landscapes will be invaluable as we continue to advocate for the preservation and revitalization of Civic Center Park.

Nina Casanova Stenmark 
As a urologist and the medical director for Urology at UCHealth in Cherry Creek, Nina brings a wealth of healthcare expertise to the board. Her commitment to community service is evident through her involvement with the Denver Botanic Gardens as a Mayoral Trustee and the Neighborhood Advisory committee representing Morgan’s Historic District. She also serves on the medical executive board and quality assurance committee at the Cherry Creek Surgical Center. Nina’s passion for preserving the integrity of Denver and addressing its challenges combined with her unique perspective as a healthcare professional and mother of three is a welcome addition to the board.

Brian Vogt
Brian Vogt, CEO of Denver Botanic Gardens, has a wealth of experience in leadership and organizational management. His transformative leadership at Denver Botanic Gardens, marked by remarkable growth and innovation, exemplifies his commitment to environmental stewardship and community engagement. Brian’s expertise in strategic planning and fundraising will be invaluable assets as we work to realize our vision for Civic Center Park’s future. 

As the Civic Center Conservancy continues to expand its reach and impact, these four new board members will play a crucial role in shaping the future of Denver’s Civic Center Park. We are excited to see the positive changes they will help bring about in our community, and we look forward to their contributions in the years to come.

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