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Thursday, November 19
 

11:30am

eTown
Limited Capacity seats available

Session Title: "Transformational Media- behind the scenes of eTown’s musical, social and environmental programming" 

Session Description: You may know eTown as the nationally syndicated, weekly radio show, but we’re so much more! Join us for a behind the scenes tour of eTown Hall, the greenest multimedia and events production facility in the U.S. eTown Hall hosts the 24-year-old radio broadcast as well as 200 events per year that reflect the organization’s pillars of music, ideas and community. Get an inside look at eTown’s world-class media hub, from the recording studio to the concert hall, and all the solar panels, video cameras and fiber optic cables in between. Plus—meet eTown’s founders and co-hosts, Nick and Helen Forster. Come learn more about media with a mission!  

Presenters
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Nick Forster

Founder / Executive Director, eTown

Host Companies
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eTown

eTown

Volunteers
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Jolene Dreith

Fractional CFO, Consultant
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Neil Hardwick

Marketing Manager, BFF Foods

Thursday November 19, 2015 11:30am - 12:30pm
eTown 1535 Spruce Street, Boulder, CO 80302
  • Sort by Neighborhood Downtown
  • Company Description For the first time in more than two decades, eTown finally has a home of its own. eTown Hall is a multi-purpose building in the heart of downtown Boulder that is not only home to eTown's offices, but also a world-class live music venue, full service recording studio and a real community center.

1:00pm

The Kitchen
Limited Capacity seats available

Session Title:  "Connection + Community"

Session Description: In a ‘real food culture,’ everyone knows where food comes from and how it is made. The Kitchen is a unique combination of non-profit (The Kitchen Community) and for-profit enterprises (The Kitchen restaurants). The Kitchen Community non-profit paves the way for change and creates immediate and long-lasting impact. The Kitchen family of restaurants provide sustainability, demonstrate long-term commitment and, in turn, donate a portion of the proceeds to the non-profit.

This session will look at the humble beginnings of The Kitchen when it opened as Boulder's Community Bistro eleven years ago in 2004 and what it strives for today in multiple cities with multiple concepts that are working in tandem to systematically enhance every part of the food culture in cities by creating community through food.



Presenters
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Courtney Walsh

Community Engagement Director, The Kitchen
Courtney Walsh is the Director of Community Engagement at The Kitchen. The Kitchen Community non-profit builds Learning Gardens in underserved schools across the country. The Kitchen family of restaurants sources $2.6 million dollars of food from local farmers every year and serves... Read More →

Host Companies
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The Kitchen

The Kitchen

Volunteers
MJ

Meg Johnson

Badass, Myself
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Tobin Kaestner

Bookseller, Boulder Bookstore

Thursday November 19, 2015 1:00pm - 2:00pm
The Kitchen 1980 8th Street, Boulder, CO 80302
  • Sort by Neighborhood Downtown
  • Company Description The Kitchen is a family of restaurants that was founded in 2004 by Jen Lewin, Hugo Matheson and Kimbal Musk with the mission of ?Community Through Food.?

1:00pm

Community Cycles
Limited Capacity seats available

Session Title: "Community Cycles: Nonprofit Social Enterprise"

Session Description: Community Cycles is a nonprofit bike co-op and advocacy organization. Our funding comes from a variety of sources including our retail shop that sells used bikes and new and used parts, membership, donations, grants, events, and contracts. We will discuss how that works and how Community Cycles has become a model of success in its field.

Presenters: Sue Prant, Executive Director, Ray Keener, Board President, Jennifer Shiver, Development Director and Micah Schwartz, Shop Coordinator. 

Presenters
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Sue Prant

Executive Director, Community Cycles
Sue joined Community Cycles as our Advocacy Director in 2008, bringing over fifteen years experience in bicycling programming and non-profit administration from her work as Executive Director of the Greater Philadelphia Bicycle Coalition, where she helped create one of the first bicycle infrastructures in the US.  Sue has worked as a bicycle planner for engineering firms in Philadelphia and Denver, and is a strong, dedicated advocate of urban bicycle commuting... Read More →

Host Companies
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Community Cycles

Community Cycles

Volunteers
MJ

Margo Josephs

Host Company Liaison, Engage Colorado
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Maureen Phillips

UX Designer
Recent graduate of UX Design Immersive at General Assembly in Denver

Thursday November 19, 2015 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Community Cycles 2805 Wilderness Place #1000 , Boulder, CO 80301
  • Sort by Neighborhood East
  • Company Description Community Cycles is a Boulder nonprofit organization of bicyclists, bike-lovers, and supporters of bicycle-based transportation.
 


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