Steamboat Springs P. Elizabeth Wittemyer has joined Feldmann-Nagel’s offices in Steamboat Springs and Denver, according to a news release.
Feldmann-Nagel started in Steamboat Springs and now has multiple offices in Colorado, Texas, Rhode Island and California.
Wittemyer practices in federal law with an emphasis on immigration, civil litigation and criminal law.
Practicing in the state since 1994, Wittemyer’s experience includes “co-counseling cases before the United States 10th Circuit Court of Appeals, Board of Immigration Appeals, Immigration Court, Department of Labor and State, County, as well as cases before Colorado State County, District and Appellate Courts,” the release states.
She also was the deputy district attorney in the 14th Judicial District Attorney’s office, prosecuting traffic, misdemeanor, felony and juvenile cases.
Wittemyer is fluent in Spanish and has provided bilingual services to victims and established victim assistance programs for the Colorado State Judicial Department, the release states. She also has provided training for service programs in cultural competency and working with diverse populations.
Wittemyer is a graduate of the University of Colorado School of Law.
Kimberly Saari joins Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties in Steamboat
Kimberly Saari has joined Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties as an associate broker in its Steamboat Springs office, according to a news release.
Saari has lived in Steamboat for more than eight years, the release states, and has been coming to the area since she was 10 years old.
She graduated from the College of Charleston in South Carolina with a bachelor’s in anthropology and attended graduate school at the Virginia Commonwealth University, where she was part of an intern program at the Whitney Museum in New York City.
“We are very excited to have Kimberly on the team,” Todd Conklin, CEO of Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties, said in the release. “Her energy is truly infectious.”
“Saari’s experience in the fine arts world gives her a very keen advantage in the luxury real estate segment here in Steamboat Springs,” managing director Giles Howard said.
Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties serves the Rocky Mountains with offices in Vail, Steamboat Springs and Sun Valley, Idaho.
The Egg & I Restaurants announces executive promotions
The Egg & I Restaurants announced several executive promotions to key roles in the organization, according to a news release.
Jan Barnett was promoted from director of marketing to vice president of marketing.
Barnett joined the company in 2010 and has more than 30 years of marketing experience with global brands. The release states that she “will oversee strategic brand development, marketing, advertising and media relations.”
Robert Glen and Brandon Heinsohn have been promoted to the newly created positions of regional vice presidents, the release states. Glen was the director of operations for Denver and Knoxville and Nashville, Tenn. Heinsohn was the director of operations for San Antonio and Austin, Texas.
“Each of these individuals have been instrumental in our company’s success,” CEO Bill Baumhauer said in the release. “We are very fortunate to have such strong and talented leadership.”