Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce Names Katherine Rizzuto as Vice President, Sales and Investor Strategy

Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce Names Katherine Rizzuto as Vice President, Sales and Investor Strategy

Rizzuto Comes to Chamber with Strong Background in Advertising Technology, Media, Marketing and Sales

DENVER – The Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce has named Katherine Rizzuto as its new vice president, sales and investor strategy. She started Monday, March 29, 2021. In this role, she will develop and execute strategies to grow revenue through new sales and enhance engagement for the Chamber’s 3,000 current members and investors.

“Katherine has exceptional experience in building teams that will further enable the Chamber to deliver the value that our 3,000 members and their 400,000 employees expect from us,” said Kelly Brough, Denver Metro Chamber president and CEO. “With her passion for our region and Colorado, she will be a great addition to the Chamber family.”

Rizzuto is an accomplished executive in advertising technology, media and marketing who has introduced first-to-market programs and technologies and developed productive and profitable sales teams. She comes most recently from Salesforce in Denver, where she was strategic account executive, manufacturing industries. Prior to Salesforce, she was vice president of retail, restaurant and travel business development at Oracle Data Cloud in Broomfield, and senior director of global accounts and sales at YAHOO! in New York.

“After choosing the Denver area as my home seven years ago, I look forward to working with Colorado businesses and their teams who love living and working here as much as I do,” Rizzuto said.

Rizzuto also worked for several years in the publishing industry, serving as publisher at Marie Claire, Conde Nast Bridal Group, Fitness and InStyle magazines. She has even authored a children’s book called “Poodles Don’t Play Tennis.”

Rizzuto enjoys anything that you can do on a mountain and in snow. She enjoys good food, traveling, sports and spending time with her husband and two large dogs. She has three grown children. She holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from Rutgers University.