DISRUPTION: Be the Ripple that Creates Change
In August 2015 Carrie launched the Soul Day Foundation, a 501(c)(3) devoted to providing a day of delight to lift the souls of those in need. Carrie also created Soul Tote, a socially motivated tote company in order to help support and sustain SDF.
Most recently Carrie created The Life Smart website, an online repository for resources and recommendations dedicated to giving women the tools to live a healthier, stronger, more empowered life.
Carrie holds a BS in Business from Michigan State University and a JD from Wayne State University. She has spoken at USC, University of Colorado, Young President’s Organization and Entrepreneur’s Organization. She sits on a handful of Boards and is a mentor for numerous aspiring entrepreneurs. Carrie resides in Denver, Colorado with her husband Frank and their three toddlers Luke, Ruby and Ellie (twins) and their yellow lab Mo. They all spend as much time as possible in Vail and enjoy biking, hiking, skiing and everything outdoors.
Anthony and April are focused not only on building a great catering company, but more importantly on creating a great place to work. In 2012 they moved Footers from it’s home of 20 years to a new building which now includes an “Awesomeness” room with games and activities for employees an outdoor patio for gatherings and impromptu meetings.
Anthony graduated from the University of Oregon with a BS in Business and in Economics. He is the president of the Denver Advisory Board and is on the board of directors for the South Metro Chamber of Commerce. He also serves on the advisory board for The Big Idea Project. In 2010 he was named one of Denver’s top 25 most influential young professionals in Denver by Colorado Biz Magazine. In 2015 the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce named Footers Catering “Small Business of the Year”.
Since moving to Denver, she has learned to snowboard, competed in the bikini divisions in National Physique Committee Shows, was a member of the Denver Nuggets in-game entertainment family, was honored with the cover of “Outfront Colorado” magazine for their straight allies issue and the cover of “HERLIFE” magazine as “Denver’s Girl Power!”