Amy Fidelis of mPoweredColorado has timely advice for handling back-to-school finances as the school year is getting underway up and down the front range.
A $500,000 GSK Impact Grant to LIveWell Colorado has unleashed an innovative program to combat youth obesity in two Denver neighborhoods. Katie Loovis from GSK and Gabriel Guillaume from LiveWell Colorado discuss the partnership involving 8 organizations that very well might become a model for other cities.
Guests are University of Phoenix Colorado Campus Director Brent Seifried and scholarship winner Delia Berinde, who formerly was the cultural arts director for the Denver Broncos Boys and Girls Club. Delia talks about what the scholarship means to her and how she plans to use it to make a difference in the Denver community, and Brent discusses the university's commitment to the Boys and Girls Clubs of America.
Gabriel Guillaume from LiveWell Colorado discusses the complicated issue of childhood obesity and what his organization along with a coalition of other organizations are doing about it in two Denver neighborhoods.
Joneen MacKenzie from the Center for Relationship Education gives statistical evidence of what is necessary for achieving healthy relationships, and discusses their workshops.
Ginger White from Denver Arts and Venues is the project manager for Imagine 2020, the city's plan for showcasing and encouraging the arts. She details the plan and the results of a survey that is helping drive the development of the plan.
Edith Reed from mPowered Colorado discusses their financial coaching services and gives helpful hints for college-bound students on school-related finances and student loans.
The Denver Biz Tech Expo will alert small, mid-sized, and even larger businesses to a myriad of tech products and services October 9th at Wings Over the rockies Air and Space Museum. David DeCamillis talks about it on this edition of "Colorado Issues."