Monthly Archives: September 2015

Career Advice from Five Denverites Who Are Breaking Boundaries

  On September 24, 2015, five game-changers of the city of Denver gathered to give career advice to 150 attendees of “View From the Top: Breaking Boundaries,” a ULI Colorado program presented by the Women’s Leadership Initiative (WLI). Kelly Brough (Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce), Jennifer Jasinski (Rioja, Bistro Vendome, Euclid Hall, and Stoic & Genuine), Josh Sampson (The Big Wonderful), Diane Barrett (City and County of Denver) and Kate Iverson (Transit Oriented Development, RTD) discussed the challenges they have faced and lessons learned, followed by a question-and-answer session. The … Read More

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Peering into TOD’s Technology Future

by Jenni Lantz On Thursday, September 10, ULI Colorado hosted another installment of the Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) series: “The Next Wave in Smart Transit: How Technology Supports Future TOD.” Held at the new Gensler offices in downtown Denver, the event focused on the relationship between technology and transit-oriented developments and public transportation as a whole. The breakfast event began with an introduction by Deana Swetlik, Owner and Founder of entelechy. Ms. Swetlik welcomed guests and discussed technology and how it has changed over the years through the lens of the … Read More

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