Board News at Rose Community Foundation

Rose Community Foundation’s board of trustees has announced the appointment of a new chair and three new trustees. All of the appointments were effective January 1, 2011.

Stephanie Foote has begun a two-year term as chair of Rose Community Foundation’s board of trustees. A member of the board since 2002, Foote has chaired the Foundation’s Investment Committee, and served as a member of the Committee on Aging and the Health Committee. She is the founding president of Laval Strategic Resources, a business consulting firm that focuses on program development and project management.

Judy Altenberg, Lisa Reckler Cohn and William N. Lindsay, III have been elected to serve five-year terms on the board. Trained as a lawyer, Altenberg has held volunteer positions at the Allied Jewish Federation of Colorado, Cherry Creek Schools Foundation, and Colorado Commission on Higher Education, among others. She has served on the Foundation’s Jewish Life Committee since 2007. Cohn has served on the Jewish Life Committee since 2009. She is executive vice president and general counsel at Aimco, a publicly-traded company that owns and operates apartment communities across the United States. Lindsay is president of Lockton Benefit Group in Denver, an independent insurance brokerage firm. He has been a member of the Foundation’s Health Committee since 2005.

Rose Community Foundation supports efforts to improve the quality of life throughout the Greater Denver community through its endowed grantmaking programs, and by advising and assisting donors who wish to make thoughtful charitable investments to better the community. The Foundation has granted more than $167 million since it was founded in 1995. For more information, visit www.rcfdenver.org.

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