Fort Collins (PRWEB) August 9, 2007
Community leader Doug Johnson, a Vice President at First Western Trust Bank in Fort Collins, was selected recently to serve on the Colorado State University Alumni Association Board of Directors.
Mr. Johnson, who graduated from CSU in 1993 with a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts, joined the 24-member board in July and will serve a 3-year term. The Alumni Association Board of Directors represents the voice of more than 140,000 CSU alumni and supports the University through the execution of the Alumni Association's strategic plan.
"As a Ram alum who bleeds gold and green, I am very honored to serve on the university's alumni board," said Johnson. "CSU is a phenomenal institution with a proud past and exciting future and I look forward to contributing to the university's continuing growth and success."
At First Western, Mr. Johnson focuses on business and community development throughout the Northern Colorado and Southern Wyoming region. His primary responsibilities include the development and retention of client relationships. Mr. Johnson works closely with his team members to best serve new and existing clients with financial needs and objectives.
In addition to the CSU Alumni Board, Mr. Johnson has served as the president of the Poudre School District Foundation board of directors, and is a member of the Community Foundation of Northern Colorado Fort Collins Local Advisory Board, and the Editorial Board of the Coloradoan newspaper. In addition, he is a regular United Way volunteer.
About First Western Trust Bank
First Western Trust Bank, the West's premier private bank and trust company, is the only private bank to comprehensively integrate private banking, investment management, personal trust and wealth planning for high net worth individuals and their families. With $1.35 billion under management, First Western fields a team of experienced professionals to deliver personalized wealth management solutions for each individual client. First Western Trust Bank has offices in downtown Denver, Cherry Creek, Fort Collins, Boulder and Scottsdale, Arizona that specialize in serving the needs of the entrepreneurial spirit of the West. For more information, please visit http://www.fwtb.com or call 303-531-8100.
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