Chamber board welcomes three Colorado natives
Pictured left to right: Wendy Witucki – Servpro, Amy Long – Douglas County Libraries, and Diane Harris – Douglas County Temporary Services
Article by Kathy Dunker with photos by Kathy Dunker, Tim Gamble, and courtesy of Diane Harris
The Castle Pines Chamber of Commerce is honored to have three new members join their board of directors. Amy Long of Douglas County Libraries, Diane Harris of Douglas County Temporary Services, and Wendy Witucki of SERVPRO are welcome additions to the dedicated members of the chamber organization.
Long, a Colorado native, grew up in Broomfield and currently resides in Arvada. Long began working for Douglas County Libraries in 2004 and was thrilled to be hired as the Patron Services Department Head at Castle Pines Library in 2009. Long immediately started working with the local community groups to find out how the library could help the community achieve their goals.
Long is excited to be serving on the chamber board. She comments, “I love working in Castle Pines! We have been so welcomed here. The chamber of commerce was instrumental in the grassroots effort to bring the library to Castle Pines, and I’m proud to be a part of helping them support the Castle Pines business community.”
Another Colorado native, Harris graduated from Douglas County High School in Castle Rock; Harris remains a resident. Harris started Douglas County Temporary Services in 1992 when she saw a need for a temp agency in the Castle Rock area, and it remains her passion. Harris states, “I love it when the perfect match is made between a company and an employee.”
Harris decided to participate in the Castle Pines Chamber and board, finding that the Castle Pines Chamber “strives to help businesses work together. There are many opportunities for businesses to connect with each other and the chamber is constantly thinking of new ways for this to happen.”
Last but not least, and a third Colorado native, Witucki has lived in Colorado most of her life. As Witucki says, “I moved out of state a couple of times only to find myself missing everything Colorado has to offer, and ended up back here!”
Witucki worked in the brokerage business for almost ten years and then moved into the insurance and financial industry. Now working on the other side of the desk marketing to the insurance people that she formerly worked with, Witucki enjoys dealing with the public and building relationships with people.
Witucki says, “I have found the businesses and people of Castle Pines very welcoming and always willing to help. I believe in this community and the Chamber and want to help them grow and prosper.”