LoCo Catalysts’ chapters are designed to provide key leadership team members with an opportunity to gain the benefits of peer advisory and develop a holistic approach to the business. Members have significant responsibilities and may have an equity stake, but are not the final decision authority.


cat·​a·​lyst | \ ˈka-tə-ləst  \

an agent that provokes or speeds significant change or action


This Chapter is For. . .

For key employees to gain professional skills faster in a collaborative group environment, resulting in enhanced business learning through different perspectives, diverse industries, and ongoing peer accountability.

For owners to invest in their highly driven, highly motivated employees.

Apply Today

Submit an application and LoCo will connect with you for a short call to be considered for a facilitator introduction. 
Groups are capped at 12 members, so apply soon!

The Structure of Our Catalyst Chapters

Monthly four-hour chapter meetings

Small group meetings between chapter meetings

Quarterly expert speakers

Opportunities to connect w/other LoCo Think Tank members

Up to 12 members per chapter

1 LoCo Facilitator 

Monthly dues are $249

No initiation fee and no long-term contract

Member attendance expected at 80% of meetings and members may be asked to resign if it falls below.  New members are added if no conflict of interest and with unanimous consent of existing members.

To Join:

Apply now, speak with LoCo, meet a facilitator, visit a chapter, and get accepted by the group. 

Are You A Catalyst Candidate?

lf 7 out of 10 apply to you, you qualify to apply for a Catalyst Chapter! 

LoCo Catalysts...

  • Report directly to the Founder/ Owner / CEO / President.  
  • Are responsible for vital business activities and vested with decision authority.
  • Have demonstrated drive and are committed to the growth of the business. 
  • Have at least five years of experience in managing others.  
  • Leaders, managers, and team members who empower others.  
  • Have special talents, abilities, or experience valuable to the chapter.
  • Are kind, of good reputation, and an enjoyable personality.
  • Value the perspective and accountability provided by peer collaboration.
  • They are highly aligned with the mission, vision, and purpose of the enterprise.
  • Embody the culture and values of the organization.

Catalyst Facilitator: Kregg Listen 

Kregg co-founded, managed, and served as President of Zateca Foods in Greeley, Colorado for approximately twenty years. While managing Zateca Foods, Kregg relied on a strong team of department managers, collaborated with hourly employees, and fostered meaningful long-term relationships with both suppliers and customers.

Learn more about Kregg and his facilitation style here.




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