We congratulate Dr. Theresa Szczurek, Co-Founder of Radish Systems, who has resigned as CEO to take the Colorado Chief Information Officer (CIO) position in newly elected Governor Jared Polis’ cabinet. Starting January 9th, Szczurek will lead over 900 statewide staff to drive information technology solutions and support state agencies with missions critical to “Serving people serving Colorado.”
While Radish will miss Theresa, a strong leadership team spearheads Radish’s successful innovation and expansion. In addition to CEO Ken Jensen, Dr. Richard Davis continues as Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer (CTO), while Pamela DeBellis ascends to Chief Operating Officer (COO) from her position as Director of Customer Care. Dr. Ida Halasz remains Director of Marketing and Research.
Chief Executive Officer Jensen states, “I am excited about the future of Radish. These changes involve great people who provide new opportunities for Radish as we move forward.” Jensen brings over 30 years of management and leadership experience in a variety of sectors and positions, including COO of a software company. He has a strong record of spearheading change, increasing revenue, and improving employee productivity and morale. He has created and implemented unique marketing strategies to solidify strong customer relationships.
Media release: https://www.radishsystems.com/wp-content/uploads/Media-Release-Radish-Leadership-Transition.pdf