Two CTU employees named to the Denver Business Journal's 2012 Forty under 40 list

  • February 14, 2012
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Shebon Kelin, Campus Director of Admissions for CTU Denver, and Jeremy Walker, Regional Director of Operations for CTU in Colorado were recently named to the Denver Business Journal's 2012 "Forty under 40" list. Mr. Kelin and Mr. Walker were selected from among more than 300 nominees for this 16th annual event. CTU was the only company to have two individuals make the list.
Honorees are judged on their business leadership, recognition of accomplishments and community involvement. The winners will be honored at an awards luncheon March 15 at the Hyatt Regency Convention Center Hotel in Denver.  

Denver Business Journal names 2012 Forty under 40 honorees

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