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Assemble Colorado | Webinar

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May 13th 2020 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

This is part of our Community-Powered Response Training Series, a series responding to our sector's needs during the COVID-19 pandemic for Colorado nonprofit professionals to stay informed and educated, connect virtually, provide mutual support and generate community-powered solutions.



Colorado Nonprofit Association will continue to offer educational and training opportunities for nonprofit professionals while following government guidelines and public health recommendations to keep our community safe. This session will be presented virtually via Zoom technology at no cost to participants. Contact Nick DiTulio ( with thoughts or questions. 

Assemble Colorado is a weekly virtual forum for nonprofit health, stability, and empathy during the shared crisis. Join Colorado Nonprofit Association for real time briefings and analysis of the state of the sector every Wednesday. Assemble Colorado will highlight local voices and perspectives representing the nonprofit experience, including nonprofit, government, business, and foundation leadership. 


Funder Reflections on Post-COVID Communities - Our panel of foundation leaders from the Latino Community Foundation, Rose Community Foundation and Aspen Community Foundation will discuss the way funders are leveraging their resources and network to support Colorado communities now and into the near and long-term future. We’ll share initial findings from focus-groups held with funders from around the state and explore how that data may direct next steps to serving individuals through the nonprofit ecosystem.



  • Free
Event Description

Lindy Eichenbaum Lent joined Rose Community Foundation as President and CEO in November 2017. Under her leadership, Rose Community Foundation has developed a new strategic plan focused on advancing inclusive, engaged and equitable Greater Denver communities through values-driven philanthropy. The Foundation, which funds within seven-county Metro Denver, envisions a thriving region strengthened by its diversity and generosity, and it utilizes the varied tools at its disposal – grantmaking, advocacy and philanthropic services – to advance this aspiration.

Named one of the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce’s “Top 25 Most Powerful Women” of 2016 and a 2017 Denver Business Journal “Thought Leader,” Lent currently serves on the Lowry Redevelopment Authority board of directors, the Colorado Media Project executive committee, and is a member the Colorado Women’s Forum. She previously served on the boards of the University of Colorado Cancer Center Fund, the Golden Triangle Creative District and American Jewish Committee, Colorado Chapter. Lent received her bachelor’s degree in political science with honors from Stanford University and her master’s degree in journalism from Northwestern University. She and her husband are parents to a teenager and a preschooler.



Mr. Martinez is the President/CEO of the Latino Community Foundation of Colorado (LCFC), a position he has held since January of 2014. He directs the LCFC’s efforts to expand philanthropy by Latinos, advance the foundation’s vision of building the civic power of Latinos in Colorado and oversees the foundation’s work in building a vibrant narrative for the Latino community of Colorado. 

He currently is the President of the Denver Public Library Commission, and a Board member of the Colorado Health Foundation, the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District, the Grantmakers Concerned for Immigrant and Refugees and the Latino Cultural and Arts Center. His passion for the arts drives his creativity and from time to time drives his husband crazy. 



Tamara Tormohlen with Aspen Community Foundation


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