At the First Friday Breakfast on March 3, 2017, panelists discussed efforts to "raise the brand of government" by operating more efficiently, effectively, and being more entrepreneurial.
Panelists described current initiatives that aim to accomplish these goals and discussed what has been accomplished so far, next steps, barriers, opportunities for participation, and their role in “raising the brand of government.”
* Lauren Larson, Deputy Director for Operations at Office of the Lieutenant Governor and Chief Operating Officer, State of Colorado
* Meegan Moszynski, President, Quarterly Forum/The Leaders Initiative
* Brian Elms, Director, Denver Peak Academy and Analytics
* Brad Revare, GELA Program Head and Director of Business Partnerships, CareerWise Colorado
The panel was moderated by Paul Teske, Dean of the School of Public Affairs.
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