We’re so proud to share that Mortenson Business Development and Community Engagement Manager Ale Spray has been recognized by the Denver Business Journal as a 2021 Outstanding Woman in Business. Through her roles at Mortenson, Ale is actively building systems of support throughout the community for women- and minority-owned businesses. She helping to change the definition of possible for a new generation, and it shows in the growing diversity of Mortenson’s own project teams and in the impact she has had on countless women- and minority-owned businesses in Colorado through her industry involvement.
Ale is a firm believer that when one is given much, much should be returned. This philosophy is evident in her exceptional commitment to serving Colorado communities. in addition to voluntarily co-chairing Mortenson’s Community Impact Team, Ale volunteers with organizations like STEMBlazers and Colorado State University’s Women in Construction Management Institute. She is a past Board President for Hispanic Contractors of Colorado – one of the only women ever to serve in this capacity – and serves on the board of directors for Mile High Youth Corps, Bellco Credit Union, the STEMblazers advisory board, Construction Education Foundation and Avista Hospital in Louisville. If that wasn’t enough, in her spare time, she volunteers through her church to serve meals at a shelter for people experiencing homelessness.
She truly lives the Mortenson values and we’re honored to have her on the team. Congratulations, Ale! Read the full article and see the rest of the 2021 honorees here: https://bit.ly/2TIyxsy