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Board of Directors

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Kimberly Gold  | President

As a community builder, Kimberly has dedicated their life to bringing people together to effect positive change in their neighborhoods, cities, and beyond. Kimberly has spent their career working to empower military and veteran connected communities from Kuwait to Colorado Springs.

In lieu of a long bio with a list of accomplishments, Kimberly simply wants people to know that community changes everything. When we come together, anything is possible, and we should all work together to build stronger communities.

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Daunte Davis | Vice-President

For the past 20 years, Daunte Davis has served the public as an entrepreneur, mental health provider, business owner, and consultant within the human services and healthcare industries of Colorado. As a native of New Orleans, Louisiana, a proud military veteran, and long-term resident of Colorado Springs, Daunte has focused his ventures on marketing, branding, business development and public relations. Daunte received his undergraduate degree in Psychology at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs and earned two advanced degrees from Colorado Christian University : Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Master of Public Administration (MPA).

Currently serving as the Director of Marketing and Business Development for Nursing and Therapy Services of Colorado (NTSOC) and as the owner of TRU-Project LLC, Daunte continues to impact communities, family members with healthcare needs, and help small businesses succeed. Daunte openly shares life-lessons and business acumen to elevate others to unify, strengthen, and grow our communities. His advocacy for small and minority-owned businesses often stirs outside-the-box solutions to common problems. Daunte also serves as a board member of the Colorado Springs Black Chamber of Commerce (CSBCC).


Kendall Godley  |  Secretary

Kendall Godley is an attorney at Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP, where his practice focuses on corporate transactional law, including mergers and acquisitions, securities law, and general corporate matters. He previously held roles at Rubicon Law, a boutique law firm specializing in startup law, and at Arrow Electronics, a Fortune 500 company. Earlier in his career, he worked as a government contract recruiter for Aerotek and co-founded a small business specializing in contract negotiation and formation.

Mr. Godley received his J.D. from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law and his MBA and B.S. from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. During law school, he was a student attorney at the Community Economic Development Clinic, as well as a summer associate at DGS, drafting documents for commercial real estate transactions and researching SEC filings, among other responsibilities. In addition, he served as an associate editor for the Denver Law Review and as a Colorado Pledge to Diversity alumni-student mentor. After completing his undergraduate program, which had an emphasis on marketing, Mr. Godley played professional basketball against other professional clubs in Salerno, Italy.


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Felicia Anzaldua | Treasurer

Felicia is a publisher and multimedia sales professional with a passion for equitable economic growth and innovation. She is publisher of The Colorado Wedding Magazine, a community-informed publication committed to helping couples celebrate their love while also showcasing the rich talent within the state’s wedding industry and the natural beauty of Colorado. She is also an account executive at Citizen-Powered Media, the non-profit publisher of the Colorado Springs Indy and the Colorado Springs Business Journal, where she builds partnerships that support democratic principles and integrity through independent journalism.


Felicia serves as finance chair of the Sigma Lambda Gamma Education Foundation and serves on the boards of the American Advertising Federation of Colorado and Kingdom Builders Family Life Center. With a strong commitment to lifelong learning and service, she is a proud member of the Emerging Leaders Development Program’s Black Advisory Council, the Rotary Club of Colorado Springs and the Rocky Mountain Alumnae Association of Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority, Incorporated


Juaquin Mobley  |  Director

A Denizen of both Colorado Springs and New York, Juaquin Mobley has a degree in Merchandising and Management, with several certifications from the Fashion institute of Technology (SUNY) located in New York City. He is currently the Vice President of Programs for CommunityWorks, a community-based organization that facilitates government funded programs for underserved demographics, and at risk young adults in impoverished areas.

Juaquin is owner of The Community Barbershop, The Community Tree Service, Quality Cleaning solutions and American Seal Coat located in SE Colorado Springs, which are all social enterprise/entrepreneurship.

Juaquin serves as a board member of the CSBCC Board of Directors.

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Harrison Hunter | Director

Harrison is a Growth and Development Director at Northwestern Mutual and is  passionate about impacting, improving, and empowering the lives of others. This is reflected both in his commitment to the clients he serves in his own practice as well as the commitment he brought as the College Unit Director helping build Northwestern Mutual's Colorado Springs internship program. As a Growth and Development Director, Harrison is helping to empower and develop other young advisors to find success.

Harrison’s passion for the internship comes from his background being a college athlete and an intern himself. Harrison graduated from the University of Colorado at Boulder as an economics major, and went on to receive his MBA from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. Harrison has also won a Division II National championship at CSU-Pueblo. Harrison is a Colorado native and still coaches high school football at his old high school as well as serves on multiple boards here in the city including Fostering Hope, the Black Chamber of Commerce, and Downtown Ventures. Harrison has also been selected as a Colorado Springs Rising Star and a member of the Colorado Springs Leadership Institute.

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Victoria Stone | Director

While Victoria Stone is not a native of Colorado, her “claim to fame” is that she gave birth to two!  She has had an extensive career in the nonprofit sector and is currently excited about being the first ever paid Executive Director for Educating Children of Color.  Not only has Victoria worked and volunteered for non-profit endeavors across our state and in her local community; she is also a small business owner.  She works in agri-business to create more sustainable nutritious food opportunities for the greater Colorado Springs Community.  Victoria feels her connections to non-profit work and for-profit work give her a unique perspective that she is happy to share within our chamber and with the members of our chamber.  Her north star is her belief in the fact that to whom much is given much is required.  She believes she and her family are truly blessed to live in our community and in her perspective she and her family are thriving, and she wishes the same for all members of our community!