City Employees Honored at NCBR’s 40 Under Forty
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- Emily Wilmsen, Public Relations Coordinator, 970-221-6870, ZXdpbG1zZW5AZmNnb3YuY29t
The Northern Colorado Business Report honored two City employees at its 40 Under Forty celebration Tuesday night.
The business publication recognized Kelly DiMartino, Assistant City Manager, and SeonAh Kendall, Economic Policy and Project Manager, at its 40 Under Forty event at Rialto Theater in Loveland. DiMartino was named to the 40 Under Forty Hall of Fame and Kendall was a 2013 honoree.
“We are pleased that the Northern Colorado Business Report has recognized these two fine professionals for their accomplishments,” said City Manager Darin Atteberry. “Kelly and SeonAh embody the hard work and dedication of City employees across the organization who contribute every day to improving the quality of our community.”
The Northern Colorado Business Report presents 40 Under Forty Leaders Honor Roll to recognize emerging leaders who are shaping the future of Northern Colorado. A panel of Northern Colorado community leaders and 40 Under Forty Alumni select the honorees who are then profiled in the business publication.
DiMartino has been with the City of Fort Collins since 1997 and currently oversees Employee and Communication Services, which includes the Human Resources Department and the Communications and Public Involvement Office. For more than 13 years, she led the City's public relations, marketing, and employee communication programs. She is the City's liaison to multiple community organizations, and has her bachelor’s degree from Hastings College and her MBA from Colorado State University.
Kendall has worked for the City’s Economic Health Office since 2012. She is a Certified Public Accountant, obtaining her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in business administration, with a concentration in financial accounting and taxation, from Colorado State. She is formerly an instructor at Front Range Community College and has owned a small business since 1995. Her current role with the City is to be a liaison for the business community.
For more information about 40 Under Forty, go to ncbr.com.