Sergio Ortiz at Neenan Company Appointed to CSU Emerging Leaders Council
FORT COLLINS, Colo. — Sergio Ortiz, project manager at The Neenan Company, was recently appointed to the Emerging Leaders Council for Colorado State University’s College of Health and Human Sciences.
As a council member, Ortiz will assist in the advancement of the university’s College of Health and Human Sciences as it works to engage young alumni, empower students and enhance community. Specifically, Ortiz will assist the dean with short- and long-term goal planning, community outreach, alumni connections, industry partnerships, development and student mentorship. With a number of nationally ranked departments, the College of Health and Human Sciences represents the highest undergraduate enrollment of all colleges on CSU’s campus.
Ortiz has a deep history with Colorado State University, both benefitting from and contributing to the university’s offerings and community significance. He earned his bachelor of science in construction management from CSU’s College of Health and Human Sciences in 2009, landing a position with The Neenan Company immediately upon graduation. He also served as the project manager and LEED administrator for CSU’s Powerhouse Energy Campus, an award-winning project for which The Neenan Company served as the design-build partner.
“We are thrilled to welcome Sergio to our Emerging Leaders Council,” said Jeff McCubbin, dean of CSU’s College of Health and Human Sciences. “Given his long-standing dedication to our university, we feel he is the ideal addition to our team. The perspectives he brings, both as a former student and as an industry leader, greatly contribute to the council’s ability to successfully support the college.”
Headshot courtesy of The Neenan Company