We at ICOSA plan to elaborate upon our partnership with the Colorado Business Roundtable in the coming year. You'll hear more about COBRT events and endeavors along with more great guests in the form of business leaders. On this first broadcast of the new year, we'll start off with ICOSA president, Gayle Dendinger, and Jeff Wasden, president of the Colorado Business Roundtable discussing the advantages of working together, and what it means to you as a listener. In the coming weeks, we will explain more about the partnership and how you can get involved.
We also have a great line-up of guests, including Giovanni Tomaselli, CEO of iON America, Jim Salestrom tells us about Ski for Light, an organization close to his heart, and Major Mom, Angela Cody-Rouget tells us about her move from the military to building her own business.
iON America creates consumer video products like the iON Speed Pro wearable camera. These cameras first hit the market to record and share action sports from the point of view of the athlete. Giovanni tells us sharing previously recorded material is so 2014... this year, expect to share your moments live, as they happen!
Ski for Light celebrates 40 years of introducing the blind and people with other physical challenges to the sport of skiing. Ski for Light International week will be held in Granby, Colorado from Sunday January 25 through Sunday February 1, 2015. We will stay at The Inn at Silver Creek and ski at nearby Snow Mountain Ranch.
Volunteers guide blind skiers with verbal cues, building a bond of trust while enjoying one another's company and the beautiful outdoors. You can volunteer by contacting Skiforlight.org.
Motherhood for one military mom meant the military was no longer for her. Angela Cody-Rouget gave up her Air Force Commission to be a stay-at-home mom, and work with her husband's real estate appraisal business, right up until the bottom dropped out of the market and she had to find a job that would accommodate her life at home with the kids. Listen in to find out how she created Major Mom - a professional organizing service that helps other moms, and employs women in four states.
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