1st Year Fellow Tessa Seaney reflects on the power of listening to challenge bias and consider the experiences of others.
1st Year Fellow Reilly Torres shares what she learned about working with diverse perspectives while teaching at an American university in China.
On Empathy and Accountability: Elliott’s Reflections on Addressing Gender-Based Violence as a Transgender Man
Elliott describes his experience working with both survivors and perpetrators of domestic violence.
1st Year Fellow Dylan Craddock shares how her return to Colorado Springs informs her work at the Foundation.
1st Year Fellow Emma Mantooth reflects on what Colorado has done for her and how she is motivated to give back.
Kathryn Benson reflects on her time as a Fellow at El Pomar Foundation.
In the ninth blog post in the series written by El Pomar's 1st Year Fellows, Danielle Hendrix shares her story of coming home to Colorado Springs and rediscovering a sense of community after college in Iowa.
Hannah Grace Bauman, a member of the Fellowship Class of 2019, reflects on the skills she gained through the Fellowship including effective facilitation and data-driven approaches to community development. Hannah Grace also details her post-Fellowship plans as a government consultant with Deloitte in Washington, D.C.
In the eighth blog post of a series written by El Pomar’s 1st Year Fellows, Henry Briggs envisions his career ten years from now, when he hopes to be described by colleagues as confident, inspirational, passionate and most importantly, rooted in integrity.
In the seventh blog post of a series written by El Pomar’s 1st Year Fellows, Matt Clarke envisions his career ten years from now, when he hopes to be described by colleagues or clients as approachable, honest, open to suggestions and team-oriented.