Steve Bosley is the founder and former executive director of the renowned Bolder Boulder 10K, and former Bank of Boulder president. The University of Colorado regent was the senior referee for the men’s and women’s marathons during the 1996 Summer Olympic Games in Atlanta. Steve has been recognized as a U.S. Race Director of the Year, and was inducted into the inaugural class of the Running USA Hall of Fame and the Colorado Distance Running Hall of Fame. He has coached youth soccer, YMCA basketball and Odyssey of the Mind. He was a founding member of the Boulder Options youth-at-risk program, and was a Boy Scouts volunteer and adviser. A graduate of the University of Colorado, Steve has distinguished himself by receiving an Honorary Doctorate Degree from the College of Business, Entrepreneur of the Year and many other awards.
Parthenia Jones, affectionately known as “Potts”, is an extraordinary volunteer and an integral member of the Colorado running community. She has dedicated countless hours to Colorado racing events over the past 30 years for no reason other than her love of the sport and people involved. A former Aurora police officer, she lead the Potts Trotters, a non-profit running and walking club that promotes health and fitness by sponsoring and participating in local running events ranging from 5k runs to ultra-marathons.