AURORA, Colo. (Jan. 22, 2019) — The Children’s Hospital Colorado Foundation Board of Trustees has elected Tami Jorden and Bob Hottman to serve as Trustees.
Tamara “Tami” Jorden
For the past 15 years, Tami has volunteered for causes about which she is passionate, including children and families, especially those who need medical support. She is a weekly volunteer with the Children’s Hospital Colorado Association of Volunteers in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and at the Ronald McDonald House of Denver. She also serves as an on-call volunteer for No One Dies Alone, a program at Swedish Medical Center that provides patients with the comforting presence of another person at the ends of their lives. She co-founded Legacy 22, which brings 100 women together each month to learn about different topics.
Tami and her husband Thomas “Tom” Jorden, the president and CEO of Cimarex, reside in Cherry Hills Village, Colorado. They have a combined family of three children and a grandson.
Robert “Bob” Hottman
Bob Hottman, CPA, is a partner and the Rocky Mountain family office practice leader for Plante Moran. He was the former managing partner of Ehrhardt, Keefe, Steiner, & Hottman, (EKS&H), a financial consulting firm in Denver, which is now a part of Plante Moran.
Bob is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Colorado Society of Certified Public Accountants. He has served or currently serves on a number of boards including Children’s Hospital Colorado, the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, Junior Achievement, The Global Leadership Council for Colorado State University – College of Business, Big Brothers and Sisters, Laradon, Colorado Succeeds and the Colorado Workforce Development Council’s Business Experiential Learning (BEL) Commission.
He has been recognized by Colorado State University College of Business as a “Distinguished Alumni” and by the Colorado State University Accounting Department as a Hall of Fame inductee. He has also received the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce “Robert Blankenship Heart Award” and the Colorado “I Have a Dream” Foundation “Dream Maker Award.”
Bob earned a bachelor’s degree with an emphasis in accounting and marketing from Colorado State University. He is a Certified Public Accountant in Arizona, Colorado, Wyoming, Florida, and New Mexico.
Bob and his wife Sharla reside in Littleton, Colorado. They have five adult children.