Nechie Hall founded Vladimir Jones, Colorado’s third largest woman-owned business and one of the state’s oldest and largest strategic marketing, advertising and public relations firms. Nechie has served as the company’s president, chief executive officer, and is currently chairman of the board. In 2003, her firm was honored by El Pomar Foundation as the first recipient of the Corporate Philanthropy Award.
Nechie has served the community in numerous way including serving on almost 25 boards. Nechie was the interim chief executive officer of the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center in 2014. She was the first woman to be recognized as the Chamber Business Citizen of the Year and in 2014 was named the Business Leader for the Arts recipient by COPPeR, (Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region). Nechie recently retired after 18 years as a trustee of the Myron Stratton Foundation. She has served on the boards of CASA, Goodwill, Pioneers Museum, St. Francis Foundation, founding board of the Sports Corporation, the Colorado Springs Economic Development Corporation, Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce, and the University of Colorado at Denver Health Sciences Center Board for Bioethics and Humanities, to name a few. Additionally, she served in numerous leadership roles on committees to enhance and build the presence of the United States Olympic Committee in Colorado.
She is currently a member of the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center board of trustees. Nechie has served as a trustee of El Pomar Foundation since 2015.