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Jeff earned his undergraduate degree from Eastern Michigan University in Urban Planning with a minor in Construction Management, and his Masters Degree in Architecture from the University of Colorado at Denver. His varied experience includes architectural design, construction, furniture design and metal sculpting. Jeff spent summers between college years working in the factories of Detroit, which instilled in him an understanding of the processes and techniques involved in bringing material ideas to life. Jeff has been a key team member on landmark architectural projects ranging from large-scale institutional and city civic buildings to innovative single-family and multi-family residential projects, and he has designed and built small residential renovation projects. Jeff lives in Central Denver with his wife, two children and the dogs. In his free time he enjoys mountain biking, hiking, fly fishing, skiing, and traveling with his family.
Dan earned a Bachelors Degree in Economics and Business Administration, and a minor in Philosophy from Hope College in Holland, Michigan. Dan brings a fresh perspective and enthusiasm for the mission and goals of Juggernaut Cargo. As a Broker Associate with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty, he has extensive knowledge of and passion for providing top quality client services in every aspect of a residential real estate transaction. He has a “can-do,” high-energy attitude, warm, engaging communication skills and an extensive client network - enormous assets in awareness- and markets-building for Juggernaut Cargo. When not Realtor-ing, Dan enjoys road biking, traveling and entertaining at his Central Denver home. He is a member of the Denver University Club and an avid classic car collector.
Laura earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Georgia in Art History, and her Masters Degree in Historic Preservation from Eastern Michigan University. She is the author of “Five Points Neighborhood of Denver” a historical account of African Americans in Denver and Colorado. Her past work experience includes her position at the Denver Public Library where she assisted with the design and development of the Blair Caldwell African American Research Library as well as her role as the Educational Outreach Coordinator. Before moving to Denver, Laura worked in Detroit for several non-profit preservation organizations. Most recently, she worked for the Denver Art Museum in guest relations as a gallery host. Laura brings her writing and research skills to the Juggernaut team to help with marketing and community outreach, social media outreach and grant writing. In her free time, she enjoys hiking in the mountains, riding her bike, walking the dogs, traveling, and of course spending time with her husband and two children.