Boettcher Foundation Board of Trustees welcomes former Denver Post editor Greg Moore

Boettcher Foundation Board of Trustees welcomes former Denver Post editor Greg Moore

DENVER, January 18, 2017 — Gregory Moore, former editor of The Denver Post, has joined the Boettcher Foundation Board of Trustees. Moore brings a deep knowledge of the issues impacting Colorado’s communities as well as a commitment to advancing the state.

“Greg’s experience telling the stories of our state and highlighting the people who are making a difference in Colorado make him an ideal candidate for the Boettcher Foundation Board of Trustees,” said Tim Schultz, president of the Boettcher Foundation. “Greg has also displayed a strong commitment to the nonprofit community at both the national and local level, and we are excited he will be sharing his wisdom and talent with us.”

Moore was editor of The Denver Post for 14 years. During that time, the newspaper won four consecutive Pulitzer Prizes. His journalism career spanned 40 years, with stops in Dayton and Cleveland, Ohio and 16 years at The Boston Globe, where he rose to managing editor. He currently teaches journalism at the University of Colorado’s College of Media, Communication, and Information.

“The Boettcher Foundation has had a significant impact in Colorado, and I am honored to contribute to an organization that is helping Colorado’s students, teachers, researchers, and nonprofit community,” Moore said.

A native of Cleveland, Greg is the oldest of five siblings. He graduated from Ohio Wesleyan University with a Bachelor of Arts in journalism and political science. He and his wife, Nina, have two daughters, Jasmine, 14, and Jaden, 12.

The Boettcher Foundation Board of Trustees also announced its new slate of officers for 2017. Russell George, retired president of Colorado Northwestern Community College, will become chair. Paul H. Chan, general counsel for the University of Denver, will become vice chair, and Theodore F. Schlegel, M.D. will serve as past chair. Sharon H. Linhart, founder of Linhart Public Relations, will continue as secretary, and Donald McG. Woods, regional CEO of USI Insurance Services, will continue as treasurer.

The Board of Trustees also renewed the terms of Kenzo Kawanabe and Judith B. Wagner, both of whom were initially appointed to the board in 2014. Kawanabe is a partner and commercial trial lawyer with Denver law firm Davis, Graham & Stubbs LLP. Wagner founded and served as president and CEO of Wagner Investment Management Inc., which was merged into CoBiz Wealth in 2010.

For detailed bios on all Boettcher Foundation Trustees, visit

About the Boettcher Foundation:
At Boettcher, we believe in the promise of Colorado and the potential of Coloradans. Every day we champion excellence across our state by investing in our most talented citizens and high-potential organizations, because supporting their hard work and leadership will enable them to give back for years to come.

Kristi Arellano

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