Meet the JA Leaders
JA could never accomplish all that it does without the help of community leaders and our organizational leadership.
JA’s influential board of directors is comprised of senior executives and business leaders who represent diverse facets of our local economy. In the quest to position JA as a vital educational force for children, they are willing and able to deliver their own organization’s resources (human and/or financial) and influence others to do the same.
The Northern Colorado/Wyoming Advisory Board of Directors includes leaders from Larimer and Weld Counties in Colorado and Laramie County in Wyoming, whose passion for Junior Achievement’s mission is vital to meeting both the financial and volunteer demands necessary to support the growing number of requests for JA programs across a seven-county area. This dedicated group of individuals is the driving force behind the success of Junior Achievement programs in Northern Colorado and Wyoming.
December 9 is Colorado Gives Day, presented by the Community First Foundation and FirstBank. While JA deeply appreciates your support every day of the year, the FirstBank Incentive Fund increases the value of every Colorado Gives Day donation. New this year! Your donation … Continue reading
Students from 42 Colorado high schools converged to compete at 2014 JA Stock Market Challenge, presented by Great-West Financial last week. The JA Stock Market Challenge is a live stock market simulation game, featuring teams of students who compete to see who … Continue reading
Junior Achievement and the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce are pleased to announce the 2015 inductees into the Colorado Business Hall of Fame representing the state’s most distinguished cadre of business leaders from the past and present. Laureates, selected for … Continue reading