Staff changes coming to Denver South EDP

Lauren Masias is Denver South EDP Managing Director of Corporate Engagement. Photo by Freda Miklin
BY FREDA MIKLIN GOVERNMENTAL REPORTER After 11 years, Denver South EDP Senior Vice President Lynn Myers is getting ready to move on. She told The Villager that although she loves what she does, she wants to have more time to enjoy life, including her beloved Colorado Rockies.
Lynn Myers is well known as a leader in economic development in the south Denver metro area.
Myers plans to leave sometime this fall, hopefully after her replacement is found. She will “return to her roots” and join President and CEO Kevin Hougen at the Aurora Chamber of Commerce, strictly on a part-time basis. Before entering the field of economic development, Myers served as an Arapahoe County Commissioner from February 2000 to Janaury 2007. Lauren Masias, Denver South EDP Managing Director of Corporate Engagement, told The Villager that she has spent 25 percent of her life at Denver South EDP and wants to explore the world. Her last day at Denver South was August 1. She plans to take time off to travel before deciding what she wants to do next.
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