In advance of View from the Top 2021 on September 23 (click here to register) where Colorado’s leading non-profit CEOs join us for an in-depth conversation on managing through crisis and the vital connection between business and non-profit communities., we feature some of our panelists on Profits & Purpose. This episode proudly features Janice Sinden.
Janice Sinden joined the Denver Center for the Performing Arts as President & CEO in 2016. This fourth-generation Coloradan has had her eye on the future of her state for decades and now leads the 300 artisans and administrators of one of the nation’s largest non-profit theatre organizations.
Janice’s diverse career has allowed her to support rich cultural experiences, access to education and community involvement. She previously served as Chief of Staff for Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock where she managed 60 appointees, 26 departments and the day-to-day complexities of running a major metropolitan city. She served as Executive Director of Colorado Concern, Manager of Community Relations / Corporate Communications for Sharp HealthCare in San Diego, and worked for U.S. Senator Wayne Allard in both Washington, D.C. and Colorado.
On this episode of Profits & Purpose, Janice shares her professional journey, discusses the unique challenges to live theatre and the arts presented by the global pandemic, how the Denver Center for Performing Arts is building back better, and what’s on the horizon for the organization. It’s a unique look into one of Denver’s most iconic organizations.
Hosted by Colorado Business Roundtable President Debbie Brown.