Kelly in the News

The Colorado Sun

A 401(k) for homeownership? Colorado housing leaders offer up solutions to affordability problem.

Giving employers a tax break to help workers buy homes could help ease the state’s housing crisis, a group convened by Colorado’s U.S. senators says. A 401(k)-type savings program for homeownership, more funding for federal housing support and a national incentive program modeled after a Colorado policy are among the proposals by a group focused on easing the state’s housing crisis.

CU Denver News

Kelly Brough on snowplows, childhood lessons, and the transformative power of work

Kelly Brough (MBA ’89) has held some interesting jobs in her career, including human resources director for the City and County of Denver, chief of staff to former Mayor John Hickenlooper, and snowplow driver at Stapleton International Airport. Throughout her life, she has been a trailblazer: she was the first female to hold various positions—including her current title at the Denver Metro Chamber.

One Colorado Ally Spotlight: Kelly Brough

Watch Kelly’s Ally Spotlight from One Colorado: During the 2015 legislative session, Kelly led the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce (then, as its president and CEO) in opposing religious exemptions legislation that didn’t align with the inclusive and collaborative culture in Colorado. Her fearless leadership helped to ensure that many Colorado businesses stood with lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Coloradans, and closed the door on discrimination that would allow people to claim their religious beliefs give them permission to pick...

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