About the Board of Governors

Comprised of all Metro Denver EDC investors, members of the Board of Governors help design Metro Denver EDC's annual work plan to guide strategic goals in improving and expanding the region's businesses. The Board of Governors' list of accomplishments includes influencing legislation beneficial to the business community, and keeping the pulse on trends affecting the regions industries. Members of the Board meet regularly every two months and many assist on additional committees and special task forces.

Leadership - Carla Dore and Craig Clark, Co-Chairs 

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Carla Dore, president and CEO of Workplace Resource, a Herman Miller Certified Dealer, was appointed to a two-year term as a co-chair of the Metro Denver EDC’s Board of Governors in August 2015. 

Dore began her career with Workplace Resource, one of Colorado’s largest office furniture dealers, in 1990 and has held a variety of positions including Vice President of Sales and Marketing, eventually becoming President in 2002. In 2011, she purchased the organization from Herman Miller Inc., at which time she applied for and received her Women’s Business Enterprise National Council Certification and Woman Owned Small Business Certification.

Dore is extensively involved in Colorado community organizations. She is a past board chair of The Rocky Mountain Children’s Law Center and is currently active in Denver Kids Inc., the College of Health and Human Sciences at Colorado State University, and the Good Samaritan Medical Center Foundation.

Craig Clark WebCraig Clark, president and CEO of Dynalectric Colorado, was appointed to a two-year term in August 2016 as a co-chair of the Metro Denver EDC’s Board of Governors. 

Dynalectric Colorado has provided electrical construction services at/for Denver International Airport, Mile High Stadium, the Denver Art Museum, T-REX, a majority of the FasTrack lines, as well as countless other public and private projects that include roadway intelligent transportation systems, hospitals, and mission-critical and manufacturing facilities. 

Clark is the 2015 past chair of the Associated General Contractors of Colorado and is a past president and current governor of the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the National Electrical Contractors Association.