Noah Commerford, MBA
Supporting Pueblo Coordinator
Noah was born in Salida, Colorado and grew up in Pueblo West, Colorado. He is a proud graduate of Pueblo West High School and Colorado State University-Pueblo where he earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management, with a Marketing Emphasis, along with a Minor in Economics, and his Master’s Degree in Business Administration. Noah also earned a course certification in Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies through Harvard’s online Business School.
Noah joined the Latino Chamber in March of 2021 as the Supporting Pueblo Coordinator. In his position, Noah is responsible for assisting businesses with ecommerce sales, marketing, distribution channel management, and connecting businesses and consumers in a safe and effective manner. Noah hopes to turn the Supporting Pueblo initiative into a statewide and eventually a nationwide initiative so that businesses in Southern Colorado have a presence throughout the country. He also assists in event coordination, marketing, and community partnerships.
In addition to his work at the Latino Chamber, Noah has worked with the Pueblo Business Economic Recovery Team (BERT) and the Healy Center, through the Hasan School of Business at Colorado State University-Pueblo. Noah currently serves on the Small Business Taskforce in Pueblo and the board of directors for Runyon Sports Complex and NeighborWorks Southern Colorado.
In his free time, Noah enjoys watching sports, working out, listening to music, spending time with family and friends, learning, and finding ways to contribute to change in Pueblo. Noah aspires to be a business owner and a political leader in Pueblo in the near future.
Mike is a Colorado native, born in Colorado Springs. He is a proud graduate of Doherty High School and Colorado State University-Pueblo where he earned his bachelor's degree in Mass Communications, with an emphasis in Radio Broadcasting, and his master's degree in Organizational Leadership from CSU-Global. While a student at Colorado State University-Pueblo, Mike worked for the campus radio station Rev 89. Mike earned the 2004 Silver Mic Award (Sports Broadcasting) and the 2005 Benji ( Outstanding Senior) Award from the mass communications department.
Mike joined the Latino Chamber in August of 2021 as the Membership Coordinator. In his position, Mike is responsible for all things membership including retaining current members, bringing in new members, managing the ambassador program along with communications. Along with serving as the Membership Coordinator, Mike also assists in event coordination, marketing, and community partnerships.
In addition to his work at the Latino Chamber, Mike was the Station Manager of Rev 89 from 2007-2013, where the station achieved great success in audience listenership ratings and mentoring several students to gain employment in many markets throughout Colorado. Mike was also an Advertising Account Executive with the Pueblo Chieftain from 2016-2018, where he worked with local businesses by assisting them in marketing and advertising campaigns in print and digital platforms.
In his free time, Mike enjoys spending time with his wife, their two children and dog. Their favorite thing to do as a family is travel to California. He also enjoys working out, collecting music, and rooting on the Lakers and Dodgers. Mike also runs his own DJ business working private parties such as weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, graduations, etc. Mike is very happy and proud to be back in the Pueblo community.