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AGC CO President Named Chairman of AGC America Executive Leadership Council

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“With the surge of construction activity and industry-related legislative advocacy that is taking place in Colorado right now, I am honored to take on the role of Chairman at the national level and share our lessons learned with other chapters,” commented Michael Gifford.

DENVER, CO —  Michael Gifford, President and CEO of the Associated General Contractors of Colorado (AGC/C), was recently elected Chairman of the AGC of America Executive Leadership Council (ELC) at the AGC National Convention. As Chairman, Gifford will facilitate collaboration amongst the 92 national chapters and share best practices in member services, education programs and workforce development.

The ELC’s mission is to provide best practices, professional development, networking opportunities and leadership skills. “With the surge of construction activity and industry-related legislative advocacy that is taking place in Colorado right now, I am honored to take on the role of Chairman at the national level and share our lessons learned with other chapters,” commented Michael Gifford. In addition, AGC/C will be hosting the ELC Annual Conference in June this year in Denver. Chapter executives meet to take advantage of in-person networking and establishing chapter initiatives.

In addition to his national role, Gifford remains active in the local community by serving on the Executive Committees of the Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation and the Water Infrastructure Network.  He is Vice-Chair of C3, a state-wide lobbying organization and serves on the Board of the Aurora Economic Development Council and the Colorado Society of Association Executives. Gifford received his B.S. in Business Administration and Finance from the University of Southern California and his Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Boise State University.

Photo courtesy of AGC of Colorado

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