please email



      Top of Page                                                        Back To Home Page


Sally Landes

7433 E. Grandview Dr.

Prescott Valley, AZ 86314




1997 to Present

Affiliate Professor at Regis University. Teach accelerated adult Business and CIS courses both on-site classes at the Ft. Collins, Colorado campus and on-line distance learning format.

Adjunct Faculty at Front Range Community College. Taught technology courses including Web Authoring, Windows 95, Intro to Computers and PC Applications. Taught Business Management and Lab Technical Courses Class at Aims Community College.

Hewlett Packard ICBD Learning Center Administrator, contract from 10/97 to 03/99 through Front Range Community College. Setup and maintained network course content from remote servers in Corvallis Oregon and gave individual technical help to users of the center.

Owner of The Landes Group, a consulting business that designs and teaches custom software training applications.

1993 – April 1997

Direct Sales Representative for AT&T Wireless Services serving Loveland/Estes Park/Longmont areas. Was top sales person for three years in Northern Colorado. Made group presentations to various organizations and appeared on Cable TV. Was active on the behalf of AT&T Wireless Services at the Loveland Rotary Club and Chamber of Commerce in Loveland, Longmont, and Estes Park.

1990 - 1993

Education Services Director for Healthcare Software Systems in Loveland, CO, a developer of Medical Accounting Software. Developed and implemented the Customer Education Services department. Researched, wrote class agendas, and taught user classes in Denver, Omaha, Chicago, and St. Louis. Provided telephone support to IBM System 36 software users and developed an automated reporting system for customer telephone support. Wrote and formatted software Systems Librarian and Database Manager at HASP Inc., a custom Civil Engineering software development company. Kept track of client activity on various databases, prepared user software contracts, formatted documentation, wrote user newsletter and other related computer duties.

1983 to 1990

Co-Owner and President of Loveland Computer Center (LCC) Conceptualized, planned, and brought into existence LCC. Managed all phases of the business, including in-house computer accounting, marketing, advertising, and sales. Specialized in analysis of small business office and accounting procedures and the recommendation of appropriate accounting software. Installed computer hardware and trained business end users in the use of Accounting, Database, Spreadsheet, and Word Processing software. Directed and financed three growth moves. Hired and trained retail and technical staff. Developed, implemented, and taught computer classes, and wrote training procedures for staff and customers.

Back To Top



Graduate School: Regis University MSM (Master of Science in Management) -1998

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

bullet        Computer Information Systems Minor - Regis University - 1994
bulletCurrent State of Colorado Vocational Teaching Certificate in Business Education and Computer Operations

Completed EDU289 – Collegiate Level Teaching at FRCC in December, 2000

Back To Top


Loveland Rotary Club

Loveland Chamber of Commerce

Better Business Bureau of Northern Colorado

League of Women Voters

Back To Top


President of the Loveland Chamber of Commerce Board – 1989

Board Member of the Northern Colorado Better Business Bureau from 1983-1988

City Beautification Board Member for 4 years (Sign Code Chairman for 2 years)

Loveland Economic Development Task Force participant – 1988

Loveland Planning Commission Member - Appointed October 1993

President of the Board of Trustees for Namaqua UU Congregation – 2001-2002

Adult Education Coordinator – Namaqua UU Congregation - 2002-2003

Volunteer with the Volunteers of America – Beginning 2002

CAST (Children and Seniors Together) program

Forest Service Project – Coauthoring Curriculum for local schools on the Healthy Forest Federal Initiative

Back To Top


High School National Honor Society (Treasurer in my senior year)

Loveland Computer Center - 1989 Small Business of the Year Award Runner-up

Task Force Chairman - developed the "How to Buy from the City of Loveland" Program

Developed the "Celebrate February and August in Loveland" programs as program of work as participant of the Economic Development Task Force

Formed the Loveland Chamber Business Advocacy Council

Co-founded the Loveland Small Business Assistance Center

Featured in the Loveland Reporter Herald "People Who Make A Difference", Business Section, 1990

Featured in The Denver Business Journal Education & Careers Section, 1997

References Upon Request

Back To Top