January 16, 2019
With a legacy spanning over twenty years, Zivaro is a veteran in the Colorado tech space. Zivaro provides transformational consulting and technology services to help clients attain real business value from their technology investments.
Zivaro has been a valued supporter and partner of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Colorado for over 10 years. During that time, Zivaro has invested over $160,000 to help us further our mission of providing youth facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one mentoring relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.
In celebration of our Centennial Anniversary in 2018, Zivaro was a Premier Sponsor of our Sanctuary Golf Classic, a VIP Table Sponsor at our Big Shots Gala and a Bay Sponsor at our Topgolf for Kids’ Sake event.
We are grateful not only for their financial support, but also the support of the employees who volunteer their time with us. Greg Byles, CEO and Co-Founder, has served on our State Board of Directors since May 2011 – providing tremendous leadership and serving on Real Estate, Events, Finance and Centennial committees. Additionally, Rob Berger, VP – Analytics & Services Development, served on our Associate Board for 7 years and contributed to raising nearly $250,000 during his last year alone.
Rob recently reflected on his service as part of our Centennial Anniversary “100 Stories for 100 Years campaign,” saying, “I find myself in a bittersweet mindset writing this as last week was my final Associate Board meeting at Big Brothers Big Sisters of Colorado after seven years. Clearly, I am older, hopefully, a bit more mature (if not wiser) person. However, sitting with the other 20+ AB members and glancing around the room, I was pleased to see many of these amazing young professionals which allowed me to reflect on our 2017 accomplishments.” You can read his full story here.
Without partners like Zivaro providing their time and treasure, we wouldn’t be able to help inspire, ignite and empower the potential of more than 1,700 youth annually. Thank you Zivaro!