Rob Protzman Honored as Northern Colorado 40 Under Forty

“Meet Northern Colorado’s emerging young leaders

BizWest Media publishers Jeff Nuttall and Christopher Wood present 40 Under Forty for 2018, our program that recognizes emerging young leaders in Northern Colorado who make a difference in their companies, industries and communities. Those being honored had to be younger than age 40 by Nov. 1 of this year. This is the 15th year for the program…” – BizWest

 

“Like many Coloradans, Rob Protzman loves the outdoors. He also loves helping people with technology, the complexities and frustrations of which often are a bit  less than lovable.
Protzman owns and operates Loveland-based Chartered Technology, which he started as a one-man shop with only a couple of customers in 2009 but has grown to employ five employees and manages information technology for numerous companies in Northern Colorado. “I have built Chartered Technology on a foundation of high integrity, high quality and immaculate customer service,” Protzman said. “Because of this, we maintain a longstanding customer base that continues to grow.” A graduate of Colorado State University with a bachelor’s degree in human development and family studies, Protzman also has managed IT for New Vision Charter School in Loveland and the Boys and Girls Clubs of Larimer County, which awarded Chartered Technology its 2018 Partner of the Year Award.
He has served on the boards and as president of two area Kiwanis Clubs and was elected to a term as lieutenant governor of Kiwanis’ Division 16 of the Rocky Mountain District. Through Kiwanis, he has played Santa Claus at Head Start preschools in Loveland, rang bells for the Salvation Army and led fundraising efforts.
His interest in helping children also led him to contribute to the Boys and Girls Clubs as well as Hearts & Horses. He is a volunteer teacher for fifth- and sixth- grade technology classes at New Vision. “I am committed daily to helping improve northern Colorado through my business, community service and charitable giving,” he said.”