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Chief Human Capital Officer | Denver

Ms. Cammie Redpath has been serving as the Chief Human Capital Officer for First Western Trust Bank since January 2019 and is responsible for the planning, designing, development, and evaluation of human resource related initiatives that support the Company’s organizational strategic goals. Ms. Redpath previously served as the Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer with Black Creek Group from 2008 – 2018, a multibillion-dollar real estate investment firm serving institutional and individual investors through multiple affiliates in REIT and private equity structures.

Prior to Black Creek Group, Ms. Redpath served in leading human resource roles for 10+ years for high growth public and private organizations. Ms. Redpath is an active volunteer in the business community, she is the former President of the Mile High SHRM Board of Directors, and the former Vice President of the Executive Women’s Summit Board of Directors. Ms. Redpath’s successful track record includes a myriad of accomplishments where she has successfully led merger and acquisition efforts, developed and implemented progressive talent acquisition and retention strategies, championed cultural change and employer-of-choice initiatives, developed and executed competency frameworks and succession planning programs, spearheaded performance enhancement and measurement systems, managed compliance and regulatory programs, and drove compensation and long term incentive strategies and programs.

Getting to Know Cammie

What do you like most about what you do?

It's incredibly rewarding to acquire great talent and help employees achieve great things.
What do you believe is your best quality?

Charisma and building relationships. 
What is your motto?

Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much.


  • Bachelor of Science in Management from the Metropolitan State University of Denver
  • Master of Arts in Organizational Development from the University of Phoenix