We have another install in our popular Leadville series of virtual events. This one will focus on notorious couples who used to live in Leadville in the 19th Century.
The event is free and will take place on Zoom. You will receive the Zoom link automatically after you register. If you don’t receive the email with the link, please contact us at email@example.com.
Tammy Taber is the Tour and Building Manager at the Tabor Opera House. Telling tales about the Tabors since 2003; initially volunteering for then owner Mrs. Furman, who referred to Tammy as “her favorite friend.” Loving all things Leadville, sharing the Heritage Experience to a worldwide audience is now her life’s passion. She married Copper Mountain Ski Instructor Mike Taber and moved to Leadville in 2001.
She loves exploring the old mining trails and admiring wildflowers on her offroad motorbike.
Andrea Malcomb is Director at Historic Denver’s Molly Brown House Museum. She is focused on elevating the house museum as a nationally recognized women’s history site while expanding the museum’s education partnerships across Denver. Malcomb has also ensured the historic house will stand for another century with the recent completion of $1 million+ in capitol restoration and the addition of accessible programming spaces. She serves on the Board and RIC of the National Collaborative of Women’s History Sites and is in a third term on the House Museums Committee of the American Association for State and Local History. She enjoys watching TikTok videos with her 13-yr-old son, reading, cooking, sits on the Board of INCO, and volunteers with the League of Women Voters.
Tess Julian (formerly Kent) hails from Sligo, a beautiful coastal town in the West coast of Ireland. The beautiful scenery and a happy childhood aside, Tess found herself regularly looking over the hill to find amore exciting pasture! She left Ireland to pursue a degree in International Business from Seton Hall University, New Jersey. Tess worked in sales, marketing, and product management for large companies in the medical device and pharmaceutical space. After a career in corporate roles spanning 20 years, she decided to close that chapter and open a new one: she launched her own health insurance agency in Colorado 10 years ago. She is the Vice President of INCO. Tess will tell the legend of the stage coach robbery mystery…you can expect some twists and turns with this tale!
Kathleen Fitzsimmons, is a third generation Leadville-ain, author and historian, who will act as emcee, provide general banter, and local history.