Women's Leadership Summit Speakers
Bruce Montgomery has over 15 years in IT and Management consulting, where he focused on driving adoption through structured change management and training & development. He ran the IT organization for one of the country’s largest non-profit theatres and was the leader of Key Accounts for a sports and entertainment analytics company for NHL, NFL, NASCAR, and The Shubert Organization
Prior to assuming her current appointment, Ambassador Taylor served in leadership on the board of the National Center for Civil and Human Rights. Additionally, she was a member of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Council and served on the museum’s Committee on State Sponsored Antisemitism and Holocaust Denial as well as the Committee on Conscience. Ambassador Taylor was a member of the Anti-Defamation League’s Southeast regional board, and Vice-Chair of the National Finance Committee for the Democratic Party. For over two decades she served in various roles for the North Carolina Outward Bound School, including as vice chair of the board, instructor, and course director.
Ambassador Taylor and her husband Kenneth are the proud parents of two. She was educated at Mills College (B.A.) and Boston University (M.A.), and in her free time the Ambassador can be found scaling mountains, skiing the slopes, or as stoker on the tandem bike she and her husband travel with throughout the U.S. and overseas.
After the state, Danielle served as the Vice President of Finance and Business Operations for the West Division of Comcast, managing a billion-dollar capital portfolio, strategic FP&A, Mergers and Acquisitions and a team of sixty employees located in seven states. Most recently Danielle, was the Chief Financial Officer for the Colorado Trust where she grew the foundation’s endowment from $430 million to nearly $600 million and reduced cash on hand to a recurring 1% while still operating the foundation. She also launched a direct investment portfolio across the State making investments in local media companies, real estate, housing, small businesses and leveraging the endowments’ balance sheet for creative bridge financing across multiple sectors and industries.
Danielle is a passionate community member and serves as a trustee for the Women’s Foundation, a mayoral-appointed board member for the Prosper Denver Fund, and the chief economic equity advisor to State Senator, James Coleman and State Representative, Leslie Herod.
Amy Davis brings over 25 years’ of experience as a Sales and Marketing Professional. Before joining Moving Mountains, Amy was a pillar sales team member at the Debbie Aragon State Farm Insurance Agency and prior, served as a Sales & Marketing Manager for SmartWool. She has also worked in coaching & leadership roles for both Macy’s and Lancôme cosmetics and hasn’t lost her love for shopping. In her free time, Amy enjoys gardening, hiking, camping, and spending time in the Yampa Valley with her husband & son. She loves to entertain and throw a good party.