Noel Ginsburg is an entrepreneur and nonprofit leader who has long been committed to serving his community.
In 1980, while still in his senior year at the University of Denver, Ginsburg founded Intertech Plastics, a custom plastics business that manufactures products for the consumer, industrial, and medical device markets. The company employs nearly 200 people at two facilities in Denver, Colorado.
In 2016, Ginsburg created the nonprofit CareerWise Colorado to create opportunities for students and businesses across the state by developing an innovative, sustainable youth apprenticeship program. The program brings together public and private stakeholders to ensure that students have access to the skills and knowledge they need for financial and academic success, and that businesses have access to highly trained talent.
Ginsburg was also a founding board member and former president of the Colorado I Have A Dream Foundation, which helps disadvantaged Denver metro students graduate from high school and supports them with scholarships for college. In 2017, Ginsburg ran for Governor in the State of Colorado, giving him a unique perspective of issues ranging from education and workforce to healthcare. He cites the 18 months on the campaign trail as one of the best experiences of his life.