Joanna specializes in research, analysis, planning, and writing. She blends data and narratives to improve outcomes for children and families. Her previous work has covered early childhood education, youth development, health and wellness, child welfare, and arts education.
Alison excels at strategic planning, business development, budgeting, grant management, and staff leadership. As Executive Director of a nonprofit, she led over 20 staff and 200 contractors and managed a $4 million budget. She has volunteered with the Peace Corps in Central America, studied in China and Spain, and holds a master’s degree in international economics from University of Denver’s Josef Korbel School of International Studies.
Jessica has been a nonprofit management professional for more than 15 years. She focuses on marketing and managing nonprofits through mission-driven programming, fundraising event development and management, networking, grant writing and building collaborative partnerships. She also has capital campaign experience.
Alexis Harris is a rising senior at University of Colorado, Boulder, majoring in English with a teaching licensure in secondary education and a minor in Technology, Arts, and Media. She has worked on numerous design projects, including web design and graphic design, for the university and faculty members as an intern and privately contracted employee. Alexis is interested in finding ways that all parts of her degree can be used to create a positive social impact, especially in the educational sector.