Steve Boyd starts pursuit as new Gwood financial director
Steve Boyd, who grew adult in Glenwood Springs and spent a final 8 years in a business bureau during Colorado Mountain College, is a new city financial director, replacing Charles Kelty who left final tumble to take another job. Boyd has been in his new position given Mar 1.
A 1987 connoisseur of Glenwood Springs High School, Boyd’s knowledge includes 20 years in a investment banking and corporate financial fields, including operative as a executive clamp boss for Private Equity Capital Partners and executive of financial for a Denver-based Quiznos Corporation. He also worked for 8 years in purchasing for Colorado Mountain College.
In 2009, he changed behind to Glenwood Springs for a CMC position. There, he was obliged for negotiating and handling college-wide businessman agreements, executing grants and contracts, and handling a purchasing and accounts payable departments. He also teaches financial and economics during CMC.
Boyd binds a bachelor’s grade in business administration from University of Northern Colorado in Greeley, and a master’s of business administration in/finance from a Wharton School during a University of Pennsylvania.
“I adore a city of Glenwood Springs,” Boyd said. “Having an event to minister to a ongoing growth is only too good to pass up, generally during this sparkling time.
“Leaving CMC was a formidable decision,” he added. “The college’s star is on a rise, a care group is well-developed and it’s a unusual place to work.”