| Follow Us:

Innovation & Job News

Who is the best CEO in Denver? Here's one pick.

The best-rated CEO of a public company in the US is Craig Jelinek, CEO of Costco. The best-rated CEO in Denver, however, scoring higher than Jelinek is Convercent’s Patrick Quinlan, according to Owler's inaugural Top-Rated CEO Rankings. The rankings are based on more than 250,000 insights gleaned from members of the crowdsourced business intelligence platform. 

“Owler’s first annual list of top-rated CEOs is the only official ranking that provides a true market view of America’s best-loved leaders,” contends Jim Fowler, founder & CEO, Owler. “These executives received high approval ratings from employees, suppliers, partners, and even competitors, to beat out 99.4 percent of other CEOs featured on our platform. They truly are the best of the best in the global marketplace.” 

While CEOs of numerous private companies scored as high as 99.9 on the points system, Jelinek accumulated a rating of 94.9 points, according to Owler. Quinlan, CEO of Convercent, an enterprise compliance management and analytics software firm, outscored Jelinek with 96.1 points out of 100 possible. Other high-ranked CEOs in Denver were Ombud’s Thad Eby who scored 94.3 points; and Cloud Elements’ Mark Geene, who scored 93.3 points, and Ping’s Andre Durand who scored 92.5 points.

The rankings include all CEOs across 50 cities covering 25 industries, according to Owler. In order for CEOs to receive a ranking they must have at least 10 ratings. Owler asked employees, followers, competitors, and other general users to rate CEOs. Ultimately the company says it analyzed approval ratings of the top 5,000 most-rated chief executives. 

This gives the company more insight into how company leaders are seen in a region. For instance, Owler notes that Denver’s CEOs had an average score of 65.5 points. As such Denver struggled to make it into Owler’s Top 30 Cities list, coming in at number 27. Owler says that suggests Denver’s business leaders aren’t as well-liked as in other cities, like Nashville, where CEOs had an average approval score of 82.4 points. 

Results for Denver’s CEOs can be found here: https://www.owler.com/ceo-ratings.htm?cityName=Denver
 

Read more articles by Chris Meehan.

Chris is a Denver-based freelance writer, editor and communications specialist. He covers sustainability, social issues and other topics.
Signup for Email Alerts
Signup for Email Alerts

Related Company