Women in Leadership

Redefining Rural is a Colorado State University - Global Campus sponsored series. This series is focused on bringing awareness to the rural communities of Colorado in the education sector. Today’s episode is centered around women in leadership. Special guests include Carrie Yantzer, Director of Professional Learning and Operations at Colorado Association of School Executives (CASE), and Linda Reed, Superintendent at Archuleta School District. Join Michelle Murphy of Colorado Rural Alliance, Kirk Banghart of Colorado Rural Education Collaborative, and Denille LePlatt of Rural Services at the Colorado Department of Education as we talk about the importance of diverse leadership in rural education.

Feel free to reach out to any of our guests: Michelle Murphy mmurphy@coruralalliance.org Kirk Banghart kbanghart@generationschools.org Denille LePlatt LePlatt_D@cde.state.co.us

Listen LIVE at 4:00 on Denver’s Money Talk 1690 AM or watch our livestream at cobrt.com/live.

The 3rd Annual Succeeds Prize Event

Danny McCormick, Project Manager with Colorado Succeeds returns to the studio to talk about the 3rd Annual Succeeds Prize event. Colorado Succeeds has partnered with 9News and mindSpark Learning to help celebrate educators across Colorado. Danny digs into the details about the event itself, but also advises us on how your school can get involved.

Listen LIVE at 4:00 on Denver’s Money Talk 1690 AM or watch our livestream at cobrt.com/live.

Denver Startup Week: Tips & Tricks from General Assembly

The eighth annual Denver Startup Week kicks off on Monday, September 16. DSW is an entrepreneurial celebration, and is the largest free event of its kind, in the world. For the 3rd year in a row, General Assembly is hosting several events throughout the week; and as Regional Director, Adele McCarthy-Beauvais says, you could attend events from Monday morning through Friday afternoon on their campus, and stay stimulated the entire time.

Listen LIVE at 4:00 on Denver’s Money Talk 1690 AM or watch our livestream on cobrt.com/live.


Public Policy Impact on Education

Kelly Caufield, Vice President of Government Affairs at Colorado Succeeds joins us to talk about the success of the Colorado Roadmap to Work-Based Learning, and the education policies the legislators approved this session. Kelly also shares the most recent policies Colorado Succeeds has drafted to keep improving the Colorado education system. Don’t forget to stay involved with the third annual Succeeds Prize awards.

Listen LIVE at 4:00 on Denver’s Money Talk 1690 AM or watch our livestream at cobrt.com/live.

2019 Legislative Session

Lee Wheeler-Berliner, Director of the Colorado Workforce Development Council joins us to talk about how the 2019 legislative session will impact business, education, and workforce development. Lee’s guests include Representative Dominique Jackson and Pat Teegarden, Director of Policy and Research at the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment.

Listen LIVE at 4:00 on Denver’s Money Talk 1690 AM or watch our livestream at cobrt.com/live.

Introducing Redefining Rural

Redefining Rural is a Colorado State University - Global Campus sponsored series. This series is focused on bringing awareness to the rural communities of Colorado in the education sector. This episode focuses on introductions, but more importantly, why you should get involved and help support our rural students and educators. Join Michelle Murphy of Colorado Rural Alliance, Kirk Banghart of Colorado Rural Education Collaborative and Denille LePlatt of Rural Services at the Colorado Department of Education as we introduce Redefining Rural.

Feel free to reach out to any of our guests: Michelle Murphy mmurphy@coruralalliance.org Kirk Banghart kbanghart@generationschools.org Denille LePlatt LePlatt_D@cde.state.co.us

Listen LIVE at 4:00 on Denver’s Money Talk 1690 AM or watch our livestream at cobrt.com/live.

Financial Literacy for Students

Finances are typically a taboo conversation topic, but we’re doing just that. Junior Achievement Rocky Mountain and TIAA have teamed up to bring financial literacy into the classroom. Shelly-Ann Eweka, Director, Central Advice at TIAA, Mike MacDonnell, Chief Learning Officer at Junior Achievement, and Meg Chapman, Senior Manager of Program Volunteers and Curriculum at Junior Achievement join us to talk about the focus on financial literacy.

Learn more about the Finance Park here.

Listen LIVE at 4:00 on Denver’s Money Talk 1690 AM or watch our livestream at cobrt.com/live.