Economic development partnership CEO retires


After leading the Denver South Economic Development Partnership since 2010, president and CEO Mike Fitzgerald will retire on March 28, according to a news release.

Fitzgerald came to Denver South after leading several public/private economic development organizations in Montana, Washington, Florida and Hawaii.

“I inherited a very rare circumstance in an organization with talented people, resources and the capacity to grow and diversify the economic base,” Fitzgerald in the release. “Denver South is home to companies and leaders who are inventing the future. I am proud and extremely grateful to have had this opportunity.”

Fitzgerald will be replaced by COO/CFO Tom Brook, whom Fitzgerald helped recruit. Brook has extensive experience in Denver as a leader in the financial services, health care and consulting industries. Brook has an accounting degree from Colorado State University, is a volunteer for several community nonprofits and a youth sports coach and referee. 


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