Telbe Storbeck is a Project Manager at EIS and has worked on a wide range of issues and campaigns including community and stakeholder relations for oil and gas companies, immigration reform, education reform, presidential campaigns, and Super PACs. Most recently, Storbeck managed day-to-day operations for the community outreach and events wing of a multimillion dollar media campaign for one of the 10 largest oil producing companies in the United States.
Storbeck’s services to his clients include volunteer organization and management, logistic management, community relations, stakeholder relations, advocacy, and strategic marketing and creative.
Before coming to EIS, Storbeck was a project assistant for Colorado Mesa University’s Intergovernmental and Community Affairs department in 2013, where he worked on projects to expand CMU’s booming campus. Storbeck was also an assistant to the City Manager’s office of Fruita, Colorado in 2012.
In 2013, Storbeck graduated cum laude from Colorado Mesa University, where he served as student body President and was a member of the CMU Wrestling team. As student body President Storbeck co-founded and implemented MAVrides, a safe ride program for CMU students, which served over 9,000 students in its first year of operations. Also, while he was in school Storbeck managed the 2012 budgeting process; allocating over 2 million dollars, while overseeing nine student fee funded boards and organizations.