Pat Loewi

Secretary, Board of Directors

Currently the principal and owner of IMPACT Strategic Cause Marketing, Pat provides consulting services to facilitate partnerships between businesses and charitable organizations. Prior to running her own business, Pat was hired as President and CEO of the Kempe Children's Foundation, for the prevention and treatment of child abuse and neglect, where she directed a $10 million capital campaign and managed a 14-person staff.

From 1999 to 2001 Ms. Loewi was President and CEO of Colorado Special Olympics. There, she directed a 22-person staff and thousands of volunteers providing year-round athletic training and competition to over 7,000 developmentally disabled Coloradoans.

In 1994, Ms. Loewi and two partners won a ten-year battle to secure a new FM radio license, founding the alternative rock station, 96.5 The Peak. Building upon the station's early success, she then conceived and directed the Peak Foundation - the nation's first charitable foundation associated with a commercial radio station. Her efforts earned several local and national awards for the station, including the Governor's Award for Excellence in the Arts and the Exceptional Merit Award for Community Service from the Community Action Network.

From 1988 to 1993, Ms. Loewi was Senior Vice President of Russell, Karsh & Hagan, then Colorado's largest public relations agency. From 1983 to 1987, she was Manager of Marketing for MCI Communications, directing that company's advertising and promotional efforts in a 15-state region.

In 1980, Ms. Loewi worked as an investigator and administrator for Denver District Attorney Dale Tooley, where she investigated nursing home fraud and authored the grant proposal for Denver's first Neighborhood Crime Watch program. From 1982 to 1983, Ms. Loewi managed Tooley's third and final campaign for mayor of Denver, in which he was narrowly defeated by Federico Pena.

Long active in community affairs, Ms. Loewi has served as president of the Leadership Denver Association (a Denver Chamber of Commerce program) and on the boards of ArtReach, the Denver Chapter of the American Cancer Society, and Mile High United Way. Since 1991 she, with the help of family and friends, has raised over $1 million for research on muscular dystrophy. For these and other efforts, Ms Loewi has been honored by the Muscular Dystrophy Association, the American Jewish Committee, the Denver Optimists Club, and the Mile-Hi Girl Scouts.

Ms. Loewi, a graduate of the University of Utah, is a widow and her late husband Andy, was a trial lawyer and managing litigation partner with the Denver firm of Brownstein Hyatt Farber & Schreck. She has two daughters, Kim Knous Dolan and Samantha Loewi.