Prior to FSLogix, Brad ran product marketing for a diverse set of leading product teams at Symantec, including the Trust Services SSL and Website Security Solutions, Mobile Security and Management, and Endpoint Management and Virtualization. At Symantec, he also led the global marketing integration for the acquisitions of AppStream, nSuite, Odyssey, Nukona, and Verisign Japan. Before joining Symantec Brad was vice-president of marketing and product management at AppStream, Director of global product management at Wyse Technology, and Director of thin client computing at Southwestern Bell Mobile Services.
In 2016, Brad was honored to represent one of five counties in Colorado Governor Hickenlooper’s “100 Day Challenge” to end veterans’ homelessness. He was also recently recognized as a Volunteer of the Year in the Colorado Department of Corrections.
Brad is a board member of Fremont Economic Development Corporation, executive marketing advisor at Engajer, and a board member at River Science. He is a certified permaculture designer through Geoff Lawton’s Permaculture Research Institute in Australia and takes continuing education courses in sustainable agriculture and urban ecological restoration. Brad and his wife love their rescue dogs and are proud to have the three most beautiful granddaughters in all of Texas.
A CU Boulder graduate and recovering accountant, Chris is a son, husband, and father of three. A Cañon City native, Chris married his CCHS sweetheart, [Name], and they have three children -- Zafa (11), Zeb (8), and Vinnie (5). Chris’ family homesteaded in Cañon City and he loves the transformational and nourishing lifestyle of Fremont County and Southern Colorado.
From his office in Cañon City’s award-winning TechSTART facility, Chris is focused on building elastic economies in Fremont County and providing opportunities for his community’s local youth. community. His most recent project, Second-61, will provide Tier 1 technical support to the Army from a locally staffed call center in Cañon City.
A kinesthetic learner and hard worker, Stan learned the how behind successful business from the bottom up, rising from the dish-room at 16 with Marriott to the boardroom at Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company and at 29 becoming CEO for TG Worldwide. When Stan started Unbridled in 2001, he committed the second half of his career to discovering the why behind a successful brand - one that he hopes will redefine corporate culture.
Stan’s why began with a question he’d been pondering for years, “what if business did what we expect our Government to do - genuinely care for its people?” This exploration gave way to the Unbridled moniker “doing good by doing well” and it all hinged on a workplace culture that actually valued “people over positions or profits.”
The idea inspired what has now become known as the 20:20:60 business model whereby the Unbridled Companies prioritize social good by giving the first 20% of profits to UnbridledACTS their non-profit. This has generated millions in social good with an impact reach from the US, to Africa, Costa Rica, Pakistan and more. The second 20% of profits are reinvested in the Unbridled Companies to guarantee stability during economic fluctuations and the remaining 60% of profits are distributed to shareholders. In other words: Community first, Business second, Shareholders third.
Today, the Unbridled Brand is summarized in three core principles: Destiny (cultivating individual and team identities), Authenticity (focusing on being genuine, likable and reliable), and Radical Generosity (doing good by doing well).
Stan’s passion for restoration has led to his most recent endeavor: the renovation of six historic commercial buildings in Fremont County, Colorado, including the historic Hotel St. Cloud, as part of a large-scale rural economic development plan for the area.
In his free time, you’ll often find Stan strumming along at an impromptu office jam session or with his wife, Cindy, and their three kids, touring around Colorado in an RV.
Cassie has 15 years of robust leadership experience, spanning across several occupations, organizations, and industries. She is most refined in the areas of writing and public speaking. With a background in Spanish and a Bachelor of Science in environmental biology, her undergraduate focus was in botany within the confines of subalpine aspen forests. Her formal education led her to a variety of fields, from volunteer work drilling water wells in Peru and developing a youth mentorship program to department management for Kroger company and finally ophthalmology. She, then, carved out her clinical career as a certified ophthalmic assistant with a focus in glaucoma.
Cassie is a Colorado native with hometown roots in Cañon City and is an alumnus of Cañon City High School. A deep intrinsic thinker and curious learner, she finds excitement in challenge and never shies away from trying new things. She is an avid outdoors woman and finds particular excitement in fly fishing and traveling.
Jordan has five years of experience as a field service engineer in the exciting new field of professional 3D printing. His technical mindset and natural bent for critical thinking and problem solving led him to pursue a degree in electrical engineering and his current position takes him all over the US – and recently to Mexico and Canada as well.
When he’s not working, chilling at home, or keeping up with the latest and greatest technology, Jordan enjoys playing golf and is always looking for some golf buddies.