About Halisi

headshot1-touchedHalisi Vinson has lived in southeast Denver for over thirteen years, and she is the managing partner of her own boutique marketing and strategic planning firm that specializes in non-profits and small businesses.  She is married to Ric Crawley, former fire fighter and city employee.  Her son graduated from Hamilton Middle School and Thomas Jefferson High School.

Halisi holds a Masters in Business Administration and also has nearly 30 years of corporate experience.

As a community advocate, she created a youth program that teaches teens entrepreneurship, and success skills.  Additionally she volunteers as a mentor and tutor for a 25-year old community college-preparation program, dedicated to inspiring at risk youth to prepare not just for a bachelors degree, but for a masters.  Recently, she was reappointed to Mayor Hancock’s Denver Days roll-out committee.  She was elected as a delegate to the DNC (2012) and Secretary of the county Party (2013), she is a member of the Hampden Heights Civic Association board, an honorary member of the Southmoor Park South Neighborhood Association, and a member of CBWPA.

Between her business and community work, she understands how to meet the needs of the business world without compromising the needs of the community and its residents.  Her training and experience has given her a unique skill set geared towards understanding the implications of decisions for her district, and for the city.

“I endorse Halisi because she takes the time to listen to concerns and respond to them. She is articulate and thinks broadly and StrongCommunities-Brehm-croppedcomplexly about issues. She seeks to understand, and to use her understanding to benefit the community at all levels.” ~ Katherine Brehm

 

CONTACT HALISI AT:

halisi@halisivinson.com
303-550-1247 (cell)

 

 

 

 

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