Colorado Business Committee for the Arts

CBCA is a 501(c)3 nonprofit membership organization that has been forging inspiring partnerships between businesses & the arts for over 30 years. We are 145 member businesses and over 60,000 employees, from all sectors, choosing to be at the exciting intersection of arts and business in Colorado.

The Colorado Business Committee for the Arts works to advance Colorado’s creative economy by connecting business and the arts. We accomplish our mission through year-round advocacy, research, training, and arts engagement efforts.


In 1984, Denver developer John Madden, Jr. brought together a distinguished, forward-thinking group of Colorado business leaders who believed in the importance and value of arts and culture. Inspired by David Rockefeller’s national Business Committee for the Arts, an organization of business leaders committed to demonstrating corporate social responsibility by supporting the arts formed in 1967, CBCA was created in 1985 with the mission to educate, motivate and recognize business support for and participation in the arts in Colorado. CBCA remains a successful membership organization of leading Colorado companies and individuals that have a philanthropic commitment to the arts. CBCA was awarded the Denver “Mayor’s Award for Excellence in the Arts” in 2010. CBCA is an affiliate of Americans for the Arts.

On this week’s edition of AH Jobs List, the CBCA is searching for a new Executive Director.

Executive Director
Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA)

Mission: Advance Colorado’s creative economy by connecting business and arts.

Job Description:
Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director provides strong, innovative and collaborative leadership and is responsible for the achievement of the Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) mission, vision and financial objectives and leads fundraising efforts for the organization.


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