At the First Friday Breakfast on Feb. 3, 2017, a panel of experts assessed current efforts in the Denver area regarding anchor institutions and community development, and needs going forward.
* Dorothy Horrell, Chancellor, University of Colorado Denver
* Patrick Horvath, Senior VP for Economic Opportunity, Denver Foundation
* Dace West, Executive Director, Mile High Connects
* Robert McGranaghan, MPH, Director, Community-Campus Partnership and Senior Instructor, Department of Family Medicine, CU Anschutz Medical Campus
* Paul Casey, Lead Community Organizer at the Institute on the Common Good, Regis University
The panel was moderated by Danielle Varda, associate professor at the School of Public Affairs and evaluator of Baltimore's anchor project for the Annie E. Casey Foundation.
Video provided by the University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus
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