Profile: Jane Norton, Open Door, Warm Heart

Profile: Jane Norton, Open Door, Warm Heart

Jane Norton blends commitment and values with leadership. In January 2005, just days after the Asian tsunami, Lt. Gov. Jane Norton was standing on a street corner with the Denver Fire Department for their “Boot and Bucket Brigade,” collecting money for the Red Cross’...
Upfront: Five Gifted Women

Upfront: Five Gifted Women

Colorado elite athletes set records, overcome obstacles and make it look easy. One thing is certain — the Colorado athletes we met share the same drive, perseverance and ambition. With long training hours and jobs, they still have time to speak, coach and volunteer in...
Role Model: Elizabeth Mayne

Role Model: Elizabeth Mayne

Rhodes Scholar will continue studies in sciences in England this fall. Elizabeth Mayne is enthusiastic about biophysics, Shakespeare and freestyle skiing. She swims, she acts, and she does lab research. As each of these interests takes her time, commitment and...
Family Issues: When Death is Imminent

Family Issues: When Death is Imminent

What to expect, how to deal with it. When I was asked to consider writing about this topic in November, I returned the e-mail saying I think it’s too close to home because I have two family members in my household who are on hospice right now. Then, before my editor...
Dollars & Sense: Grand Theft Identity

Dollars & Sense: Grand Theft Identity

Part II: Protection and damage control. Identity theft has Americans fighting mad. A crime that touches as many as one in five people across the country, stealing others’ identities has become the larceny of the new millennium. With no more than a few pieces of...