Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) announces the appointment of four new members to its board of directors: Blair Madden Bui, Curtis Robbins, Rob Steinhoff and Martha Weidmann. CBCA is a nonprofit with the mission to advance Colorado’s creative economy by connecting business and the arts.
“We are fortunate to have a board of directors that represents and values the important intersection of arts and business. Each of these new board members will bring a unique perspective to our work at CBCA,” said Mark Davidson, CBCA board chairman and director at Fairfield and Woods.
As CEO of the John Madden Company, Blair Madden Bui brings a deep respect for the legacy of the family company and a clear vision for its future. Since 2011, Madden Bui has strengthened the company’s commitment to developing and managing vibrant commercial spaces that enhance the community, provide a superior experience for tenants and optimize returns for investors.
Madden Bui is committed to continuing John Madden Company’s support of arts and education programs in and around the Denver area, including the Colorado Business Committee for the Arts, Rocky Mountain Institute, Nathan Yipp Foundation and the University of Denver. She is 2013 graduate of CBCA’s Leadership Arts program. Madden Bui received her MBA and teaching degree from the University of Denver and has a bachelor’s degree in Theatre Performance from Claremont Colleges.
Curtis Robbins is senior manager of Arts Integrated Resources at Kaiser Permanente Colorado. In his role he oversees programming that reaches over 100,000 people each year supporting overall health and wellness in Colorado communities through innovative arts and immersive theater experiences. Robbins leads the strategic vision for Arts Integrated Resources aligning with organizational priorities, public health perspectives and community health needs.
He has secured grants to five school districts to advance mental and social emotional health in schools. In addition, Robbins has co-managed grants aimed at increasing physical activity in 14 Colorado school districts and was involved in Kaiser’s efforts to raise awareness about hunger and food insecurity in Colorado. Curtis is a 2016 graduate of CBCA’s Leadership Arts program.
Rob Steinhoff is an associate attorney with Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck. With a background working in the real estate industry, Steinhoff has firsthand knowledge of the goals of developers. Steinhoff uses that experience to help national real estate development clients navigate acquisitions, dispositions, leasing, public and private debt financing including REITs, and joint ventures.
During law school, Steinhoff held two internships at the U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado. He previously served as an officer in the United States Army with tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. Rob is a 2017 graduate of CBCA’s Leadership Arts program.
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