Board Members

Douglas M. Price

Douglas M. Price

Chairman and CEO of CSBO Holdings, Inc.

Doug’s favorite part about Citizens State Bank is the people. He loves having the privilege of working with exceptionally talented colleagues on a day-to-day basis and being able to meet the needs of the communities that the bank serves.

The Price family has been proud to call southwest Colorado home since the 1870s. Doug has been a part of important local, state, and national initiatives that have progressed Colorado communities throughout his career. He previously worked in early childhood education and with Rocky Mountain PBS and FirstBank. “I take pride in my diverse experiences that have helped to bring me to where I am today,” Doug says.

Brenda Fox

Brenda Fox

Chairperson of the Board

Brenda graduated from the Southwestern Graduate School of Banking at Southern Methodist University in 2003. With a career at CSB spanning more than 25 years, Brenda believes in the community bank model and enjoys being able to help the communities that the bank serves.

Alexander Price

Alexander Price

President and CEO

President and CEO Alexander Price is responsible for the oversight of all five branches of the bank, and also serves as a director for CSB and CSBO Holdings, Inc.
Alexander has spent his career in technology. He started on the government side as the IT policy advisor and speechwriter for the Governor of Colorado and then moved to the BD side for companies in application platforms, manufacturing automation, and now restaurant automation. He has a BA in international relations and economics from Claremont McKenna College and an MBA from Northwestern University.

Alexander Price

Chris Favilla

Christina (Chris) Favilla is an experienced independent board member responsible for guiding and supporting the strategic direction of public and private companies in the financial services sector. She is a seasoned banker with a proven track record of growing business platforms in a volatile regulatory environment. In several companies, Chris has successfully led large strategic shifts to meet the demanding needs of today’s financial markets.

She served as Chief Operating Officer for GE Capital America from February 2012 to June 2017, with direct responsibility for $100 billion in served assets across Canada, Mexico and the United States. She led a diverse team of 2500 people across 33 locations and interacted with over 20,000 vendors. She previously served as the President of Discover Bank from 2006 to 2012. With both an IT and Operational background she has the ability to quickly assess and implement the necessary changes in anticipation of positive outcomes. Chris is a graduate of Marymount College for International Finance and received her MBA from Fordham University.

George Glasier

George Glasier

George is a cattle rancher in western Montrose County, owning and operating the Silver Hawk Ranch for the past 26 years. George’s family were long-term residents of the Telluride: His mother, Judith Swanson, was born and raised there; his father, Edwin Lee Glasier, was the superintendent of schools in Telluride; and his grandfather Swan Swanson emigrated from Sweden in the early 1900s to work in the area mines.

George has been involved in various business activities, including mining, alternative energy generation, and investment properties, and has founded resource companies, several of which have been listed on public stock exchanges. George is a licensed attorney in Colorado, receiving his JD and BSBA degrees from the University of Denver. Currently, he serves as the president and CEO of Western Uranium & Vanadium Corporation, a resource and mining development company in Colorado and Utah. George also serves on the board of the Colorado Cooperative Company, a local water cooperative, and on the Montrose Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees. 

Mark Griffin

Mark L. Griffin

Mark L. Griffin is a partner with First Avenue Wealth Partners in Denver, Colorado. He is a 50-year veteran of the investment banking world and specializes in bond finance, financing projects including the Denver International Airport.

Mark has served on boards both private and charitable. He is the founder and chairman of the Cherry Hills Village Police Foundation, a project he envisioned during his eight-year tenure as a city councilman in Cherry Hills Village, Colorado.

A graduate of the Virginia Military Institute with a BA in economics, he served as a Captain in the US Army, commanding AFCOSTA Okinawa as a Top Secret Courier Officer with missions in the Far East, including Vietnam. He and his wife, Jan, live in Cherry Hills Village and have three grown children and six grandchildren.

Judy Zimmerman

Ron Tilton

Ron Tilton, the former President of FirstBank, retired in February of 2021 after a 36-year career with the organization. Ron started his career with FirstBank in 1985 and held several positions throughout his tenure. At the time of his retirement the bank was Colorado’s largest bank and the third largest privately held bank in the nation. It employed over 3,000 people, hand over 2,000 shareholders, and 1 million customers. His role required him to focus on high level strategy, governance, prioritization of projects, capital budgeting, communication, and importantly talent development.

As President of the Company, he managed a team that included the Chief Credit Officer, the President of Mortgage & Consumer Lending, the President of Business Banking, and the Regional Presidents who oversaw the business markets located in Colorado, Arizona, and California. Prior to his role as President, Ron spent much of his career managing larger commercial real estate relationships and was mainly responsible for facilitating many of FirstBank’s most complex client relationships and financing projects: Wynkoop Brewing (1992), the Denver Dry (1993), The Palace Lofts (1996), the Denver Pavilions (2008), Union Station (2012), and Maryland Creek Ranch (2016).

Currently, Ron still serves on four boards:  Citizens State Bank, Metro State University of Denver Foundation, Pinehurst country Club, and as a commissioner for Denver Urban Renewal Authority. His recent past service includes the Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce, the Colorado Business Hall of Fame Selection Committee, and the Colorado State Banking Board. Tilton also served on the board of Junior Achievement Rocky Mountain and, in 2013, received the Junior Achievement National Gold Leadership Award for his service to the organization.

Ron holds a bachelor’s degree in economics and finance from Kansas State University and is a graduate of the Bank Compliance School in Norman, Oklahoma, and the Pacific Coast Banking School in Seattle, Washington.

Previous Community Involvement

  • Junior Achievement – Chair of the Board & Classroom Instructor
  • Joseph Hospital Foundation – Board Member
  • Parent Pathways – Board Chair
  • Urban League – Board Member
  • Del Norte Housing –Treasurer
  • Denver Area Boy Scouts – Board Member
  • Denver Civic Ventures – Board Member
  • Downtown Denver Partnership – Treasurer & Executive Committee
  • Colorado Lending Source (an SBA 504 nonprofit loan company) – Founding Board Member

Metro State

“I was drawn to the mission of MSU Denver several years ago primarily as a place where we (FirstBank) could recruit talented, diverse, Colorado-based employees. The more I became involved, the more I realized the transformative impact the University has on the students it serves and the entire community. MSU Denver is an essential contributor to the very fabric of our state, and I am honored to be a part of it.”


During the Spring of 2021 I was invited to consider joining the DURA Team as a Commissioner.  I jumped at the opportunity!   During my career in banking, DURA acted as a critical financing partner for our City on several important, civic redevelopments.  The DURA support for our clients was essential in helping challenging developments to come to fruition.  The support is offers is also a key credit enhancement that make the developments “financeable” and “bankable”.  The City would not look the same without the presence and support of DURA.  I am excited to sit on the other side of the table representing DURA as it continues its fantastic and important role in our community!

Harris Ravine

Diana Murray

Diana Murray is the CEO of ASAP Accounting & Payroll, a company founded and based in Southwest Colorado.

Diana’s tenure at ASAP Accounting & Payroll spans an impressive 16 years, during which she has held various key positions within the company. Since 2021, she has been leading the organization as CEO, spearheading its expansion into new ventures, including Vacation Rental accounting. Her future-focused mindset and people-oriented approach have played a pivotal role in driving the company’s success.

With a strong connection to the communities of Southwest Colorado, Diana actively contributes in a variety of ways from board involvement to volunteering as well mentoring young professionals. She currently services on the Business Advisory Council for the School of Business at Fort Lewis College. She is heavily involved in the Durango Chamber of Commerce where she has served as board member for over 5 years, serving as Board President during the pandemic. It is through involvement such as these efforts where she has demonstrated her commitment to promoting local businesses, fostering economic development and being a resource to others.

With her people-forward mindset, it is natural for her to place importance on fostering strong relationships and providing personalized service to clients and that only deepened in 2020 during unprecedented times. It was during this time that the relationship with Citizens State Bank and ASAP deepened with their mutual goal to provide essential guidance and assistance to businesses seeking relief through the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). Collaborating closely with the CSB leadership team in helping local businesses navigate the uncertainties and secure vital financial assistance.

Leveraging her expertise and experience, Diana is dedicated to helping businesses thrive while maintaining a customer-centric approach. For Diana, the heart of relationship-building lies within small banks, be they virtual or local, where meaningful connections can be forged. She is eager to contribute her insights, local knowledge, and leadership guidance to the CSB Board, working towards the organization’s continued success.