Colorado Microfinance

Promoting Enterprise Solutions

2 CMA Board Members Honored

The Livingston Fellowship Program
Rob Smith, Livingston Fellowship Class of 2012

The Livingston Fellowship Program

provides advanced learning and professional development opportunities to promising leaders in Colorado’s nonprofit sector. The Program is named for Johnston R. Livingston, Chairman Emeritus of the Foundation.

Rob Smith, RMMFI’s Executive Director, was named as one of only five Livingston Fellows for 2012! Fellows were selected on the basis of exceptional leadership ability, and promise for significant and unique contributions to the nonprofit sector; and as a Fellow, Rob receives a $25,000 award to enhance his leadership skills.

Through this opportunity, Rob joins an exclusive group of Denver’s most influential and successful non-profit leaders. It is an incredible honor!

Rob has been a strong leader in building RMMFI with a focus on creating solid strategies and processes. His emphasis on building quality programs that lead to true impact has helped set RMMFI apart in the community. Rob has an unwavering commitment to ‘aggressive transparency’ as he believes non-profits have a responsibility to all its stakeholders to act as responsible businesses.

Please join us in congratulating Rob – you are so deserving of this honor and we look forward to being a part of your growth as a leader! CONGRATS!


U.S. Small Business Administration’s Colorado Financial Services Champion 2012

Jesse Golland, Accion

The Financial Services Champion award is presented annually in each state to individuals who assist small businesses through advocacy efforts to increase the usefulness and availability of accounting or financial services. The Colorado District Office of the Small Business Administration awarded Jesse Golland with this honor for his work with Colorado small businesses in 2011.


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