A Denver native, Leslie Ginsburg graduated from Colorado State University with a BFA, owned and operated a graphic design studio for many years, as well as an art gallery in Cherry Creek North.
As a dedicated community advocate, Leslie has been active in many organizations. She previously served on the board of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) board for 15 years, as well as Jewish Colorado Women’s’ board/committees for more than 20 years. She is a past board member of the Cherry Creek Schools Foundation where she served as the Board Chair from 2013-2014. She also serves as a Board of Director for the Jewish Family Services of Colorado. Leslie has also been involved with the Colorado I Have a Dream Foundation for over 25 years and is past Chair of the Board. Her husband Noel was a founding member of the Foundation and Noel and Leslie became a class sponsor for 42 inner city children at South Lincoln Housing Project through the Foundation. Their commitment continued through the Children’s graduation from high school, spanning a period of more than 10 years. Leslie has served on the board since 2007 and served as the Board Chair from 2015-2017.
Leslie has received numerous awards including:
- Allied Jewish Federation Charlotte Tucker Young Leadership Award
- Martin Luther King, Jr. Humanitarian Award (Noel and Leslie)
- Anti-Defamation Fred Silverberg Young Leadership Award
- Hillel of Colorado Marsha Gardenswartz Community Award
- Colorado, I Have A Dream McHugh Award (Noel and Leslie)
- National Jewish Health Beaux Arts Ball Grand Marshal (Noel and Leslie)
- ADL Civil Rights Award (Noel and Leslie)
Leslie and her husband Noel have two children Corey and Ali.