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Want to know what the hottest industries are in Denver? Which neighborhoods are seeing the most development? How transportation will be transformed in our city? Or how Denver is focusing on the environment? Kelly Brough has the answers.

As President and CEO of the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, Kelly has an insider's perspective on the prospects and destiny of our beloved city. She'll be sharing her insights at our next event on March 28 at Improper City. 

Get your tickets now for just $5, and get ready for an omniscient look into Denver's future!


6 PM - cocktails and convo
7 PM - discussion and Q&A


As president and CEO of the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, Kelly Brough is focused on putting more Coloradans to work – in really great jobs. It’s a clear call to action that’s driven this CEO from higher education to City Hall to the Chamber. Kelly has worked to advance our state and find opportunities for improvement, whether it’s advocating for P-20 education reform, implementing ground breaking programs like 3-1-1 and pay for performance for the City and County of Denver or consulting on dispute resolution for local governments.

She’s directed an internationally recognized leadership program, been the chief of staff to then-Mayor John Hickenlooper and was the first female director of human resources for the City and County of Denver – in a common theme, she was also the first female snow plow driver at Stapleton International Airport and the first female CEO of the Denver Metro Chamber.

Though born and raised in a small town in Montana, she’s Colorado to the core. In fact, you’re just as likely to catch her testifying at the capitol as you are to find her climbing mountain passes on her road bike.


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