President and CEO, Girl Scouts of Colorado
Stephanie Foote is president and CEO of Girl Scouts of Colorado. She specializes in organization management, program development and project management. Ms. Foote also serves on the Panel on Campaign Finance in the Strategic Interests Program at the University of Denver.
During 2007–2008, Ms. Foote was president of the 2008 Rocky Mountain Roundtable. This was an initiative of Mayor John Hickenlooper which highlighted a series of high-level policy discussions among policy experts, academics, CEOs of major corporations and elected officials in conjunction with the Democratic National Convention.
Ms. Foote is retired from the City and County of Denver having been elected to the Denver City Council from 1983–1993, serving as president in 1987–1988. She was Chief of Staff to Mayor Wellington Webb from 1992–1999 and Deputy Mayor and Manager of Public Works from 1999–2003.
Ms. Foote is actively engaged in the community through her service on numerous civic and philanthropic boards and commissions throughout the state of Colorado. She is a former Rose Community Foundation trustee and current member of the Foundation’s Investment Committee. She also serves as a board member for Colorado Ballet and the Colorado Health Institute. She is a founding member of Colorado Cooperation and a member of the Colorado Scenic Byways Commission, Colorado Tourism Board, International Women’s Forum and Rotary Club 31.
Ms. Foote has a B.A. in economics from the University of Colorado Boulder, and post-graduate studies in civil engineering from the University of Colorado Denver.