Below are some recent broadcasts followed by an index of programming contributors.
FirstBank started from humble beginnings in 1963 and has since grown to be one of the largest privately held banks in the nation with over $27 billion in assets and over 100 locations throughout Colorado, Arizona, and California. Their growth can be attributed to one simple belief since inception: do what's right for customers, communities and employees, and good things will happen. This philosophy has transformed how they operate, and is the inspiration behind their mantra, “banking for good.” It's why they have become recognized as a top workplace and continually ranked high in customer satisfaction.
The Ludeman Family Center for Women’s Health Research is regarded as one of the best places to conduct research that includes women and considers the distinct but linked concepts of sex (biological) and gender (social) differences. They mentor and fund the next generation of researchers, supporting their cutting-edge research on issues that pose a significant threat to women’s health – cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and the intersection of mental health and physical health in those diseases. Presenting an overview is the Ludeman Center’s Co-Founder and Director, Dr Judy Regensteiner. She is also on the NIH's Advisory Committee on Research on Women's Health. As the Ludeman Center’s director, Dr. Regensteiner leads an interdisciplinary team of nearly 90 researchers who focus on women's health and sex differences research.
Community Organizing for Radical Empathy (CORE) envisions a world that continually strives for growth and radical empathy, disallows the existence of injustice, and ensures that all peoples have the opportunity to reach their full potential regardless of circumstance. CORE works collaboratively with a community-oriented framework to educate and equip individuals and organizations with accessible tools and techniques that allow them to strive for and sustain an equitable lifestyle/work-place environment.
The mission of the Denver Scholarship Foundation is to inspire and empower Denver Public Schools’ students to enroll in and graduate from postsecondary institutions of higher education, by providing the tools, knowledge, and financial resources essential for success. In 2006, Philanthropists Tim and Bernadette Marquez wanted to increase the level of college attainment in Denver. They were joined by former Mayor and current Senator, John Hickenlooper and former Denver Public Schools Superintendent and current Senator, Michael Bennet to help make access to higher education possible for all DPS students today and for generations to come.