Fellowship alumni are leaders in the public, private and nonprofit sectors in Colorado and across the country. Alumni help current Fellows by serving as mentors, discussing potential career opportunities and offering insight on how to succeed at El Pomar and beyond. Alumni also remain connected and continue to take advantage of the network after completing the Fellowship and throughout their careers.
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Sam Hinkle Fellow Farewell
In this video, former Fellow Sam Hinkle reflects on his time here at the Foundation and what the Fellowship experience meant to him. Click the video above to hear his story!
Hannah Grace Bauman Fellow Farewell
In this video, former Fellow Hannah Grace Bauman reflects on her time here at the Foundation and what the Fellowship experience meant to her. Click the link above to hear her story!
Fellow alumna and nationally renowned poet Ashley Cornelius aims to be a "model of possibility." Since her time as an El Pomar Fellow, Cornelius has taken on various roles in the community, working now as a full-time licensed clinical professional counselor and leader of Poetry 719, which facilitates poetry events that focus on people of color and marginalized communities. Click here to read more about her impact on the community.
Please help us congratulate Fellow alum Matt Nunez on winning the Colorado Department of Revenue's art contest for the new Colorado drivers license. Matt's photograph of Mount Sneffels will be featured on the front of all new Colorado drivers licenses. Congratulations to Matt on this amazing accomplishment!