Londa Dewey joins Vail Centre
February 25, 2017
EAGLE COUNTY — Londa Dewey, president of The QTI Group, is the newest member of the Vail Centre's Board of Directors.
"We are very lucky to have Londa Dewey join the board. She is a dynamic individual with over 30 years of business experience in banking and human resources. Known as an innovator and role model, she is also passionate about giving back to the community and has been very active on nonprofit boards and involved in other philanthropic endeavors throughout her career," Vail Centre CEO Ross Iverson said.
"I am very excited to be a part of the Vail Centre Board," said Londa Dewey. "The Vail Centre is providing a unique educational opportunity that will help the Vail Valley grow and prosper, which is fundamental to long-term community sustainability and helps individuals improve their quality of life."
Dewey is president of The QTI Group, where she has been recognized for matching client strategies and goals with the right talent. The company connects professionals to companies and provides opportunities to more than 5,000 people a year. Prior to 2007, Dewey was president of the Private Client Group at US Bank and was with the bank for more than 25 years. Her other experience includes serving on the Board of Directors of American Family Insurance Company, Madison Gas and Electric and Wealth Management Company of Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company.
Community involvement has always been very important to Dewey. Recently, she was recognized as Woman of the Year in Philanthropy in Dane County, Wisconsin, where she has served tirelessly for United Way, the Madison Chamber of Commerce, Meriter Health Services along with numerous other organizations.
Dewey is a graduate of the University of Illinois at Champagne-Urbana with a B. A. in finance.
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The Vail Centre is an international learning hub and unleashes talent through an innovative approach to higher education. The Vail Centre partners with top universities to attract destination and regional participants to curate their experience through certificate and short courses. To impact organizations and communities, the Vail Centre's signature programs strengthen critical thinking and apply academic research.
The Vail Centre provides professionals in Eagle County access to world-class educational opportunities through the community scholarship fund. For additional information, go to http://www.vailcentre.org.
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