Recognizing the Positive Impact of Community Ambassadors at the Planting the Seed Conference

At the Planting the Seed Conference, over 500 participants met to discuss impact in education, emerging leadership, healthy living, spiritual initiatives, and social justice.

We kicked off the conference this year with special remarks by U.S. Senator Michael Bennet and Mayor Michael B. Hancock. During this time, we were able to recognize people who had made a positive impact in the community. Two of these individuals have been dedicated contributors within our Far Northeast Community Ambassadors, Bert Bourgeois and Delmy Cuellar.

If you’re looking for ways to continue to make a positive impact in the community, we encourage you to sign up to be a Community Ambassador! Ambassadors take part in trainings throughout the year in order understand about school and community reform, as well as learn about wraparound resources and services. Additionally, they are our first line responders to supporting communities and families. Ambassadors are invited to several events throughout the year, including trainings with elected officials, such as Mayor Michael B. Hancock.