Livingston Fellows continue to adapt to the pandemic and discover opportunities in new programs, initiatives and workarounds

The pandemic forced many changes essentially overnight for many Colorado nonprofits. They went from having their doors open to serve their communities to having to observe strict COVID-19 restrictions. The leaders behind the scenes had to react quickly to figure out how to successfully operate their organizations virtually and, in many cases, create new [...]

How a Trip to Mexico was a Necessary Leadership Pivot for One Livingston Fellow

By Louise Martorano, Livingston Fellow, Class of 2017 My Livingston Fellowship launched with a trip to Mexico City in February 2017. The activity itself was to experience a new city, practice my Spanish, and attend a side of the arts industry that is oftentimes distant from my work at RedLine Denver: Art fairs. My [...]

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