For immediate release
Denver-January 30, 2014-Colorado Preservation, Inc., the only statewide historic preservation non-profit organization, is pleased to announce the election of Dominick Sekich as Vice Chair of the Front Range and as the organization’s Chair Elect for 2014.
Sekich is a partner in the Denver law firm of Moye White LLP where he specializes in commercial law and real estate, guiding clients working with utilities, technology and sustainable and natural products.
A passionate historic preservationist, Sekich joined the Board of Directors for Colorado Preservation, Inc. in January 2013. He currently serves as a Trustee for Colorado Chautauqua Association and the Colorado Historical Foundation and is a past-President of Historic Boulder, Inc. As part of his work in real estate law and on historic preservation matters, Sekich has developed an expertise in the legal issues and policies that relate to historic structures and places.
“As Colorado Preservation, Inc. celebrates its 30th Anniversary in 2014, we are truly fortunate to have someone as talented and committed as Dominick in a leadership role,” said Rebecca Goodwin, Chair of the Board of Directors. “With his professional experience, knowledge and commitment, Dom is one of a group of directors from around the state who bring great value to CPI by virtue of their awareness of preservation issues in their own communities."
Goodwin added that CPI’s directors and dedicated professional staff make it possible to support preservation efforts in Colorado, an effort that will ensure that future generations have the opportunity to understand and experience the state’s history and heritage.
About Colorado Preservation, Inc.
Colorado Preservation, Inc., founded in 1984, is the statewide organization dedicated to promoting and advancing historic preservation throughout the State of Colorado. The organization is best known for its Saving Places Conference, the largest statewide gathering of preservationists in the nation with more than 700 participants annually. Colorado Preservation’s signature Most Endangered Places Program has received the Stephen H. Hart Award from History Colorado, along with national attention. Through this program, technical assistance, grant preparation and grant/project management, communities in every region of the State have received help from CPI with their preservation efforts.
About Moye White LLP
Moye White is a Denver-based business law firm serving clients throughout the United States and internationally. The firm provides legal representation across a wide variety of transactional and litigation matters, offering strategic, business-oriented counsel to public, private, and governmental clients in complex business and real estate transactions and disputes. As one of the first Denver law firms to achieve B Corp certification, Moye White meets rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, transparency, and accountability. For more information, please visit moyewhite.com or contact Managing Partner Thomas List at 303-292-2900 or