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Toti Cadavid launched and led Xcelente Marketing, a top-notch Hispanic marketing agency, and in2012 Toti founded U-Fulfilled – a company committed to helping people attain their highest levels of success based on the values of authenticity, purpose, and joy. Toti currently sits on the boards of the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, the Colorado Health Foundation, Junior Achievement and El Pomar Foundation’s Denver Council. Toti was recognized in 2005 as one of the nation’s Top Latina Business Entrepreneurs by Hispanic Magazine, as one of the 11 finalists for the Colorado Rockies Adult Leadership Award, and by The Denver Business Journal as one of the “Top Forty Under 40” business leaders in Colorado. In 2006, Toti received the Businesswoman of the Year award by the Denver Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, the Minority Small Business Champion Award by the Small BusinessAdministration, and was named a “Woman of Distinction” by the Girl Scouts in 2007.

Toti has held leadership positions in a number of local and national business and civic organizations including the Junior League of Denver, the National Society of Hispanic MBAs, Hispanics in Technology and Telecommunications Association, Mi Casa Resource Center for Women, the Denver Better Business Bureau, the DMCVB’s Multicultural Tourism Task Force, the Minority Advisory Council of the Colorado Commission on Higher Education, the advisory board for the Leadership for Community Change project, the Leadership Council of Escuela de Guadalupe, the Community College of Denver Foundation, the Denver Metro Chamber Leadership Foundation and the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce. In addition, former Mayor Hickenlooper appointed her to his Denver Early Childhood Council and to his Latino Commission.

Toti holds a bachelor’s degree in International Business, a masters’ degree in Marketing, another master’s degree in Management & Organizational Development, and a Certificate in Entrepreneurship, all from the University of Colorado. In addition, Toti is a graduate of Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government Executive Management Program, the 2004 Leadership Program of the Rockies, the 2005 Leadership Denver program, the 2005 National Hispana Leadership Institute, and the 2005 Dartmouth University Tuck Minority Business Executive Program.

Toti Cadavid

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