COLORADO GOVERNORS FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM

A PROGRAM OF QF & TLI

THE COLORADO GOVERNORS FELLOWS

The inaugural class of Colorado Governors Fellows is comprised of 22 executives from the business and nonprofit sectors. A broad range of industries (health, education, law, food, finance, tech and more) and geographic diversity (Colorado Springs, Denver, Fort Collins, Grand Junction) are represented among this year’s Fellows. The inaugural class represents the ambition, curiosity and professionalism that we hope to find in all future public leaders who will contribute to the growth and success of our state– and beyond.

HEAR FROM THE FELLOWS

KIRSTEN BENEFIEL

LUIS DUARTE

MIKE HARTMAN

BRAD HOLLY

SRUTA VOOTKURU

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Influencers

The Inspiration

The Colorado Governors Fellowship Program takes inspiration from the following federal organizations, which were created to engage emerging leaders in challenging, but important, public service capacities while promoting citizenship more broadly.

Program Launch

The inaugural Colorado Governors Fellowship Program was launched on June 29, 2016…

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Today's Quarterly Forum is Tomorrow's Civico.

Exciting new changes are coming soon!

In 1999, Quarterly Forum (QF) was founded to provide a place for emerging executives to dream more, learn more, do more and become more while coordinating civic activities amongst its members.

Today, our mission is to educate, inspire and connect the next generation of community leaders from the public, private and social sectors who together will build new levels of leadership capacity for future generations.

And in 2019, big changes are coming. While our mission will remain the same, the future of the organization is more exciting than ever. Check back soon for updates and announcements.