Announcing Denver Chapter President: Kara Taylor
By Brian Denison on Sep 17, 2018
The One Club For Creativity Denver welcomed Kara Taylor as their new Chapter President. In this role, Kara will lead the Denver team in developing collaborative creative culture throughout Colorado's Rocky Mountain Region as well as champion Denver's promise as an emerging, hub for internationally recognized creative work.
“Kara Taylor is a great asset to the Denver team and will help broaden the reach of the chapter.” says Kevin Swanepoel, CEO of The One Club For Creativity.
Kara started her recruiting career at Leo Burnett USA, where in her early days she was she was responsible for the selection, hiring and development of entry-level creative talent and designing and managing the agency’s internship program. After a year as the Director of the Miami Ad School in Minneapolis, she later returned to Burnett as VP/Director of Creative Recruiting and managed the selection and hiring of all levels of creative talent.
In 2009, Kara left her post at Leo Burnett to become Director of Creative Recruiting at CP+B headquarters in Boulder, Colorado. Kara was charged with managing the creative recruiting efforts for CP+B’s offices in Boulder, Miami and Los Angeles and held this post for 4.5 years.
In 2014, Kara launched the North American arm of FBI Talent Co., a global talent management network for creative industries. Kara and her US-based team advise and represent all levels of creative talent and partner with companies across all US markets.
"For Denver to have our very own One Club for Creativity Chapter is a gift to our region’s creative thinkers and doers, and I’m very excited and honored to be joining as President,” says Kara “I look forward to building upon the Denver Chapter's success and bridging the One Club for Creativity’s renowned global resources with the local community to elevate how we educate, promote and celebrate our region’s dynamic creative culture."
Kara follows outgoing chapter president Anne Redureau, whose accomplishments include leading the successful 2018 Paper Fashion Show and joining the show with Denver’s first Fashion Week.
“We thank Anne Redureau for a great job and are excited to work with Kara as she leads Denver to the next level.” says Kevin Swanepoel.
While the Rocky Mountain Region continues its upward trajectory, we urge you to share your ideas, collaborate and help build out the programs you’ve always wished existed. By working together, we can make The One Club even more of a creative resource for everyone involved. Join us, whether by volunteering, donating, or becoming a member, as we work hard to nurture an ever more vibrant and inspired local, regional, and global creative community.
Learn more at denver.oneclub.org or by reaching out to 720.838.3797, or firstname.lastname@example.org. We think you’ll be happy you did.