Vote Scott Prince for Holy Cross board
Your vote can make a difference. This is your chance to have a say in the energy needs of our Western Slope communities.
My name is Scott Prince. I am seeking a position on the Holy Cross board of directors and I ask for your support. In the next few days, you will be receiving the Holy Cross annual meeting newsletter via postal mail. Enclosed in this newsletter is a ballot and return envelope. Completing the ballot will only take a few moments and I ask for your consideration.
I am a resident of Avon and have lived in the Vail Valley since 1993. My employment and academic background will ensure Holy Cross is a well-run organization. Holy Cross is our energy provider, and it needs to be managed as a business. The board needs experienced directors with long and solid histories of successful financial management and planning. That’s of primary importance and that’s why I ask for your vote.
I believe my many years of financial background, together with my leadership experience and high interest in energy-related matters and technology, will help to ensure that Holy Cross will be well-run. I believe we can take our cooperative and our members to increased levels of energy distribution and usage efficiency. I promise to bring new ideas and a fresh perspective to the Board.
I have nearly two decades of experience in all aspects of financial planning and banking. I currently work for Wells Fargo, one of our nation’s largest banks. Additionally, I serve as a commissioner on the Town of Avon Planning and Zoning Commission and as a director on the board of a nonprofit organization. I have also served on the Vail Board of Realtors and in addition I have given many volunteer hours to organizations in Western Colorado.
I received a business degree from Cal State University, Sacramento and an MBA from the University of Denver. I am married; my wife and I have a 5-year-old son in public elementary school.
Our future generations deserve the best possible stewardship of our primary energy supplier, Holy Cross Energy. I understand the important balance of providing affordable, yet environmentally sound, energy supplies to our Members.
I ask for your support and your vote. As a Holy Cross board of director, you have my commitment to be available and ensure Holy Cross is transparent in everything it does.
Please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have.
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