ExecConnect’s mission is to engage business and community leaders with impactful and inclusive initiatives throughout the greater Denver metro area.

ExecConnect's vision is to be different and make a difference.

ExecConnect's Current Initiative

ExecConnect's current initiative is with Colorado High School Charter, GES Campus, mentoring students on an ongoing basis.

Past Initiatives

From 2013-2017, ExecConnect partnered with the North Denver Cornerstone Collaborative to invest in the Globeville, Elyria-Swansea neighborhoods through our fundraising arm known as the Connect Denver Foundation. We committed to working in GES to improve opportunities for residents in many needed areas including but not limited to affordable housing, workforce development, health and education. Through the years and to date we are inspired by the diverse residents, rich history and collective vision of Globeville, Elyria-Swansea. We remain committed to help reconnect them with the rest of the city in ways we know we can make an impact. Please see the Connect Denver Foundation page for more information on that initiative/partnership.

In 2011 and into 2012, ExecConnect became a part of the education reform arena - listening to all parties involved such as Teach For America and each Denver Public Schools Superintendent and determined where we could best focus our efforts as a group to make a difference with measurable results. These conversations led us to our most recent initiative with a Turnaround School, Collegiate Prep Academy. For the Spring of 2012 and the 2012-2013 school year, ExecConnect worked with the Freshman into Sophomore year CPA class. With about 100 potential students looking for mentorships, we put together this program so students could find out what they want to be when they grow up and how to get there. Due to unforseen changes at CPA, ExecConnect has tabled this initiative as a group however, mentors are individually still involved with students.

In 2010, ExecConnect partnered with Denver Bike Share to launch its initiative in Denver-metro area by assisting with the logistics portion of the work needed to be done in order for each targeted station to be succesful.

(Mentoring at Colorado High School Charter, GES Campus)

(ExecConnect/Connect Denver Foundation invests in COMAL)

(Mentor Morning at Collegiate Prep Academy!)

(Denver Bike Sharing)

(ExecConnect's Partnership with the North Denver Cornerstone Collaborative)