Dietz Fry Joins the Colorado Health Foundation’s Board of Directors
DENVER, CO – The Colorado Health Foundation named Dietz Fry as the newest member of its Board of Directors.
Managing Director at Endeavour Capital, Dietz Fry joined the investment team at Endeavour Capital in 2004 after serving with Denver-based investment banking firm, Green Manning & Bunch. Over the past 13 years, Fry focused on expanding Endeavour’s presence in the Rocky Mountain Region. He has also served on the board of directors of approximately 10 of the companies Endeavour has invested in, including several health care products or services businesses. Fry has served two years on the Foundation’s investment committee and will continue to serve on it moving forward.
A Colorado native, Fry attended the United States Air Force Academy where he was an academic all-conference division I tennis player and graduated from the University of Colorado-Boulder with a degree in biochemistry. Outside of work, he serves on the board and as treasurer of Strive Preparatory Schools. Fry lives in Denver, Colorado with his wife and two children.
Fry’s investment experience and expertise, alongside his exposure in the health care sector, will be a great asset to the Foundation in its efforts to bring health in reach for all Coloradans.
“The investment team and committee of the Colorado Health Foundation has done an exceptional job supporting the Foundation’s mission," shared Fry. "I’m delighted to play a larger role within an organization I have the upmost respect for. Health is the foundation for vibrant individuals, families and communities.”
“Each new board member takes on the responsibility of working alongside fierce advocates for health and equity in our state,” shared Karen McNeil-Miller, president and CEO of the Colorado Health Foundation. “Dietz’s business acumen and health care expertise will be an invaluable asset to our board as we work to scale and innovate toward achieving the Foundation’s greatest philanthropic impact. He has already shown tremendous thoughtfulness as a member of our investment committee. Together, with our dedicated staff and many partners, we are singularly focused on bringing health in reach for all Coloradans.”
The Foundation would like to thank two dedicated board members who’s terms end this year: Toti Cadavid, president, U-Fulfilled; and Diane H. Padalino, senior vice president, Merrill Lynch Private Bank and Investment Group.