Titan CEO and headline sponsor Wipfli LLP are pleased to announce Janice Sinden, President & CEO of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, as a 2021 Titan 100. The Titan 100 program recognizes Colorado’s Top 100 CEO’s & C-level executives. They are the area’s most accomplished business leaders in their industry using criteria that includes demonstrating exceptional leadership, vision and passion. Collectively the 2021 Titan 100 and their companies employ more than 127,000 individuals and generate over $15.9 billion dollars in annual revenues. This year’s honorees will be honored at an awards ceremony on July 22, 2021 and will be given the opportunity to interact and connect multiple times throughout the year with their fellow Titans.
“We proudly recognize the Titan 100 for their achievements and contributions to Colorado’s business community and beyond,” said Jaime Zawmon, President of Titan CEO. “This past year, these executives were forced to navigate the daunting effects of a worldwide pandemic and their leadership was tested. The Titan100 have proven their ability to adapt, innovate and grow. We congratulate this year’s list of prestigious honorees.”
Janice joined the DCPA in 2016 following years of service in the public sector, most recently as Chief of Staff for Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock. She currently serves as Chair of Visit Denver and sits on the boards of Citizens for Arts to Zoo, University of Northern Colorado, American Transplant Foundation and Denver Preschool Program. She is also a member of the Performing Arts Centers Consortium, Independent Presenters Network, Theatre Communications Group, National Western Stock Show and Colorado Concern.
Janice has been recognized by the Denver Business Journal as an Outstanding Woman in Business, 5280 magazine as one of the 50 most influential people in Denver, by the Colorado Women’s Foundation as one of the 25 most influential women in Colorado, by the Girl Scouts of Colorado as a Woman of Distinction, and by the University of Northern Colorado Department of Political Science and International Affairs as Distinguished Alumnus of the Year.
“I am beyond honored to be among this year’s Titan 100,” said Sinden. “These individuals enrich our community through their extraordinary vision for the betterment of Colorado, their exemplary leadership, and the dedication to not only improve their business but also to provide opportunity and advancement to bolster Colorado’s workforce. This year in particular, we each owe a debt of gratitude to our resilient community, our incredible peers and the tireless efforts of our employees who make our success possible. I stand on their shoulders — each and every day.”
Janice and the 2021 Titan 100 will be honored at an award ceremony on July 22, 2021 at “The Vehicle Vault” located in Parker, Colorado.
“Congratulations to the Titan 100 winners. On behalf of the partners and associates at Wipfli, we are honored not only to support Titan100 program but to recognize and celebrate these unique leaders and their accomplishments,” said Pete Aden, Partner and Rocky Mountains Market Leader at Wipfli. “Your vision, leadership and passion for the work you do inspires us and is critical to building a strong community here in Colorado. Each of you have built something bigger than yourself, and we look forward to seeing what new adventures you take on and successes you achieve.”