Crestone’s Ronda Vitrano, managing director, shareholder, and chief of talent, was featured in the summer 2022 issue of ColoradoBiz as part of The Faces of Women in Business. This feature profiles distinguished women – executives, owners, and leaders of companies and communities – who are making a mark on our economy and our state.
For over a decade, Ronda has expertly led Crestone’s global employment brand, enabling the firm to develop and preserve its culture through the power of talent management. She is a catalyst for Crestone’s commitment to transparency, accountability, and cultivated relationships, and has received numerous culture commendations throughout her career, including Outside Magazine’s 50 Best Places to Work in America. Crestone is beyond grateful to have such a talented leader on the team.
Please join us in celebrating the accomplishments of this year’s ColoradoBiz Faces of Women in Business and view the complete issue here.
ColoradoBiz’s Women to Watch is a special section promoting women leaders, with a focus on women making a positive impact in the workplace. ColoradoBiz reaches out to firms whom they believe have strong women leaders and would be a good match for their Women to Watch list. Firms provide the content and pay a fee to be included. Inclusion in Women to Watch should not be construed as endorsement of the advisor’s investment acumen or a recommendation to retain advisor for professional services by any mentioned organizations or clients. This award is not representative of any one client’s experience with the firm and is not indicative of the firm’s future performance.
Outside Magazine’s Best Places to Work program lists companies who “produce products and/or provide services that align with the core principles of Outside Magazine.” The process of being considered is to register, fill out an Employer Benefits and Policies Questionnaire, and then Outside Magazine sends out a survey to employees. Only companies where 70% or higher of employees participate are included. Other requirements include that the company be based in the US, have at least 15 employees in the US, and have been in business for at least a year. Inclusion in Outside Magazine’s Best Places to Work should not be construed as endorsement of the advisor’s investment acumen or a recommendation to retain advisor for professional services by any mentioned organizations or clients. This award is not representative of any one client’s experience with the firm and is not indicative of the firm’s future performance.