The Bonfils-Stanton Foundation’s Livingston fellowship picks five emerging leaders each year and helps them to develop their careers. RedLine’s Louise Martorano is one of this year’s picks.
Here’s the press release:
FIVE COLORADO NONPROFIT LEADERS JUST SELECTED FOR 2017 LIVINGSTON FELLOWSHIP
Denver, CO (November 14, 2016) – Bonfils-Stanton Foundation, the Mile High City’s catalyst for fueling a community of passionate, collaborative and effective nonprofit leaders, has just announced the selection of the 2017 Livingston Fellows. The Livingston Fellowship Program provides grants of $25,000 to give promising nonprofit leaders the opportunity for advanced study, research, and professional development.
Since 2005, the Bonfils-Stanton Foundation has funded over 60 executive fellowships. The Fellows have attended elite academic programs, met prominent leaders in their fields, have traveled nationally and internationally, and championed causes including homelessness, aging, mental health and the arts.
“Announcing the new class of Livingston Fellows has become one of our greatest times of the year. It’s an honor to celebrate an extraordinary group of diverse Colorado leaders already making a difference in the community – and to give them an opportunity to grow their leadership skills to profound heights,” says Gary Steuer, President and CEO of Bonfils-Stanton Foundation. “The 2017 Class of Livingston Fellows are beyond exceptional. Without a doubt, they’re changing our communities for the better and we couldn’t be prouder to be a part of their growth and to help support them along their incredible journeys both personally and professionally.”
Meet the 2017 Bonfils-Stanton Foundation Livingston Fellows:
- Lauren Arnold, Executive Director, The Adoption Exchange
- Kimberle “Kim” Easton, Chief Executive Officer, Urban Peak
- Michael Henry, Executive Director/Co-Founder, Lighthouse Writers Workshop
- Nina Martinez, Executive Director, Street’s Hope
- Louise Martorano, Executive Director, RedLine