Dear Club 31 Rotarians, As I shared on June 30th, during our Continuation of Leadership Ceremony — Jim Goddard asked me a question over 18 months ago.¬† He asked me to serve as the President of the Rotary Club of Denver, and I said, “YES.” The fact is, at one point, we all said yes…
Recently retired, Ted had a private practice in adult and child psychiatry for over 30 years. Prior to entering private practice, Ted served on the faculty of the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center.
Please join Denver Rotary in welcoming Kate Mercer-Lawson to our Emerging Professional Cohort program.
Kate Mercer-Lawson is brand new to Denver and thrilled to be getting involved with Rotary. Originally from Indiana, Kate moved to Denver to join the downtown law firm of Wheeler Trigg O’Donnell LLP. Before entering private practice, she was an attorney and law clerk in the United States Courts for four years‚ÄĒfirst to the Honorable Sarah Evans Barker (U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana), and then to the Honorable Jerome A. Holmes (U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit and a recent Club President for the Rotary Club of Oklahoma City). She has also taught judicial politics and criminal law courses at Indiana University.¬†
John grew up in Omaha, Nebraska and attended the University of Nebraska at Omaha. While in college, John was in the United States Marine Corps Reserve. He achieved the rank of Corporal and was the Non‚ÄźCommissioned Officer in charge of training for 150 Marines before being honorably discharged in 2008. After college John began his career in financial services working for TD Ameritrade‚Äôs corporate headquarters in Omaha and then Chicago.
Chad co-leads the Aurora Wealth Management team at UBS where he focuses helping institutional, municipal and private investors across 23 states truly understand and dynamically manage their investment risk.