Amy Sherman is the President & CEO of the Northwest Douglas County Economic Development Corporation, an organization she helped create in November 2011. The Northwest Douglas County EDC covers Roxborough, Sterling Ranch, Santa Fe Corridor, and Highlands Ranch. The organization is focused on infrastructure improvements, public policy, and marketing of the region as a premier place to locate or expand a business. Amy was recognized in 2013 as the Economic Development Rookie of the Year by the Economic Development Council of Colorado. As Chair of the Douglas County Energy Coalition, Amy was also recognized in 2015 as “Top Women in Energy” by the Denver Business Journal. In 2012 Amy was honored in the Denver Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 Class.
Previously, Amy was the President & CEO of the West Chamber Serving Jefferson County for ten years. Prior to that Amy worked for the Longmont Area Chamber of Commerce, Colorado Travel & Tourism Authority (now Colorado Tourism Office), and the National Potato Council.
Amy is a Douglas County native and currently sits on the Board of Directors for the Douglas County Community Foundation, Arapahoe Douglas Workforce Development Board, as well as the Arapahoe Community College Business Advisory Committee, Douglas County Business Alliance, and Colorado Women’s Alliance Advisory Council.