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 […]
In 2013, the Denver Turn-around Program (DTAP) team, a team of technicians focused on acquiring child support from delinquent payers, was not meeting their goals. This was especially troubling for […]