Tasha drives diversity-marketing strategy for inclusive brands. She leads in developing a world-class integrated marketing strategy in order to tell a brand’s story with an inclusive lens that highlights the power of representation through lived experiences and voices from diverse identities.
Tasha has served as Chief Marketing Officer for one of the largest non-profits in Colorado, where she drove strategy for the organization’s marketing efforts, working alongside their existing marketing team, bringing greater awareness to the nonprofit’s programmatic work in strengthening untapped neighborhoods across a seven-county footprint.
Never resting on her laurels, Tasha was also strategic in positioning the former International Airport redevelopment for another decade of growth. She led multiple agency teams and colleagues to refresh the newly named community brand, launch 12 neighborhoods, and craft new community messaging. One of Tasha’s most notable marketing successes involved the 2011 HGTV Green Home promotion she managed to highlight the debut of new neighborhoods and the community’s continued growth.
Tasha is a public speaker at university events and national homebuilding conferences. She is also passionately invested in civic leadership through her involvement in a variety of community organizations and projects that include the Challenge Foundation Mentor Program, Leadership Denver Class of 2012, Denver Metro Leadership Foundation Board of Directors, as well as recently joining the Warren Village Board of Directors and the Denver Metro Chamber Board of Directors.
Tasha also worked in marketing and public relations for the University of Denver, and Global Marketing for the Vance Kirkland Museum and Prologis. She received a degree in journalism and mass communications from Drake University.