Joey Hernandez spent his DOTI Black Belt Fellowship with the street sweeping team, saving almost 26 million gallons of water and 668 staff hours in the process.
Have you ever been hungry? I mean, really hungry? Where nothing else seems possible until you get some food in your belly? In America before the pandemic, 11 million children […]
In the world of government, innovations can have long-standing, drastic impacts on residents. As innovators, it is important to develop a deeper understanding on who is being effected and whether […]
Kigali, Rwanda is located in Central/Eastern Africa, 8,596 miles from Denver. So how is it that Denver, Colorado and the Capital and largest city in Rwanda are linked? The answer […]
Nominated for and Winner of: 2019 Peak Academy Awards Best Individual Innovation Agency: Denver Human Services Individual: Angus Strayhorn Why Change Was Needed: Denver Human Services Child Support Services (CSS) […]
Learn more about how Natalie Magnatta used connections made through Black Belt to propel her purpose!
When Alex started as the only short-term rental license tech at the City and County of Denver, he had one goal, stop issuing bad licenses.
Leya Hartman is a City Council Aide for Councilman Christopher Herndon of District 8, an area that includes Park Hill, Stapleton, and portions of East Colfax and Montbello. She went […]
On March 16, City and County of Denver employees Jamie Torres and Will Chan were honored by the Denver Business Journal as winners of the 2017 40 Under 40 awards. Jamie […]
Donna came to Peak Academy Black Belt training in May of 2015 in effort to improve processes at the Loudoun County Animal Shelter. While with us, it was clear that […]
As a transportation company, an important part of our mission is to have Denver B-cycle bikes in the right place at the right time so our customers can get to […]
Greetings from Open Media Foundation! We’re a non-profit in the Denver Santa Fe Arts District that is dedicated to putting the power of the media into the hands of […]
Child care is a growing need in the United States. According to 2014 statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau, it is estimated that 33,000 young children in Denver need some […]
Lisa Faliano is a senior library clerk for the books. In 2015, she saved the Denver Public Library $184,280 in soft costs through three innovations. The largest of the three […]
By Stacie Loucks, Director, Excise and Licenses The Denver Post headline read, “Frozen yogurt sweetens the wait time for some at Denver’s Webb building.” In 2012, the Department of Excise […]
Transforming an okay process into a great one does not happen overnight, it happens one spoke at at time. Just ask the Denver Public Works Transportation & Mobility (PWT&M) bike […]