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Rodney Gullatte Jr. , the owner of FIRMA IT Solutions, won the Mayor's Young Leader award in the Technology and Sustainability category.
A guest piece written by CEO of Denver Works, Rob Lee Andrews, about the pillars of social entrepreneurship and how they positively impact the local community.
ChloeBee Brown is an artist, entrepreneur, organizer, and journalist that is passionate about bringing the news to her community.
Goddxss Beads by Dzonu Goddxss offers a unique selection of handcrafted African waist beads and body jewelry.
We often worry that we don’t have enough resources in our community to go around. When we see someone in our society that does what we do but does it better than us, many times we get a little nervous.
Maisha Fields is a dynamic and passionate mother, wife, daughter, public servant and alum of Colorado State University.
For me, being black in Denver is about a creating community, and that community, to me, is a safe space where we can bear witness to one another.
To be black in Denver and black anywhere is to recognize the power of our history and the greatness from which we come.
Jeff  S.  Fard,  Colorado  native,  known  as  Brother  Jeff,    is a multimedia journalist, historian, and community organizer. Fard is a national speaker to youth, students, social organizations, and professionals. There are a vast amount of topics Fard speaks on like cultural identity and history, diversity, self-empowerment, community building, economic development, health disparities, and the uniting power or art. Brother Jeff’s Cultural Center, founded in 1994, is located in the historic Five Points District of Northeast Denver. It was a space established for nurturing growth, strength, and develop the voice of the community. Brother Jeff is also a publisher and editor of the award-winning monthly publication 5 Points News.
Jeff  S.  Fard,  Colorado  native,  known  as  Brother  Jeff,    is a multimedia journalist, historian, and community organizer. Fard is a national speaker to youth, students, social organizations, and professionals. There are a vast amount of topics Fard speaks on like cultural identity and history, diversity, self-empowerment, community building, economic development, health disparities, and the uniting power or art. Brother Jeff’s Cultural Center, founded in 1994, is located in the historic Five Points District of Northeast Denver. It was a space established for nurturing growth, strength, and develop the voice of the community. Brother Jeff is also a publisher and editor of the award-winning monthly publication 5 Points News.
I am a professional speaker who helps individuals find their story, and I facilitate the brilliance in the room.
A Community Servant For Over 40 Years. As a retired Battalion Chief of the Colorado Springs Fire Department, Tony dedicated his life to making our community safer. Now as our state representative, Tony has continued to serve with passion and commitment. fighting for families to earn higher wages, receive quality healthcare, and give their kids a better education. Going forward, Tony believes that in the wealthiest nation in the world, working families shouldn’t have to struggle. It’s time for a Colorado that’s good for the many.
As a rapid improvement coach, Makisha helps small businesses re-think their brands, systems, resource allocation, and human capital strategies.

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