Barbara Barnes Grogan inducted to Colorado Business Hall of Fame
Grogan serves as vice chair of MSU Denver Board of Trustees.
February 1, 2018
Barbara Barnes Grogan, who currently serves as vice chair of MSU Denver’s Board of Trustees, was inducted into the Colorado Business Hall of Fame on Jan. 25.
Inductees to the Hall of Fame, which is overseen by Junior Achievement Rocky Mountain and the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, are selected based on their “legendary contributions to the free enterprise system.”
Grogan founded Western Industrial Contractors in 1982 and grew the business into a nationally recognized firm.
She also served as the first female chairman of the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce and the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.
Grogan was appointed to the Board of Trustees in 2015.
For more information on Grogan, please visit the Colorado Business Hall of Fame.