Known for her ability to maintain grace under pressure, Managing Partner Kristin Strohm’s poise, confidence, and creativity give her an edge in the fast-paced world of politics. These attributes, combined with Kristin capacity to take the fifty-thousand view of any situations and quickly craft a thoughtful and effective strategy, have served her well throughout her career.
After working as the director of development for the Metro Denver Sports Commission, a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing premier sporting events to the Mile High City, Kristin co-founded the Starboard Group in 2008 to marry her love of politics with her desire to give back to the community.
Kristin is intimately acquainted with Colorado’s local businesses, foundations, and non-profits. Kristin is past board chair and was a six-year board member of the Women’s Bean Project, an organization dedicated to helping lift women out of poverty and unemployment. She also serves as co-chair of the Seed to Sprout fundraising campaign for the Bean Project. In 2015, she joined the Boy Scouts of America Executive Board of the Denver Area Council. In addition, Kristin serves on the board of the Strohm-Link Family Foundation.
In 2013, Kristin received the Denver Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 Award, which recognized her as one of Denver’s young, dynamic, up-and-coming leaders under age 40.