The Posner Center is proud to be a part of an innovative network of shared space and international development projects, in Colorado and beyond. Below are some of our closest connections.
Boston Network for International Development
BNID serves as a point of connection for groups and individuals in the Boston area who are concerned with issues of international development and global justice.
The Global Switchboard
The Global Switchboard is a co-working space and a growing coalition of Pittsburgh’s globally engaged social-profit organizations and individuals. It is Pittsburgh’s home for global engagement, a way to bring new resources to the city, and a space to cultivate new and innovative global ideas.
GlobalWA supports the global development community in Washington state that is working to create a healthier and more equitable world. We promote our members, bring them together to spark new ideas and partnerships, and build a network of leaders improving lives around the world.
Minnesota International NGO Network
MINN is a forum for international practitioners and supporters to learn, network and exchange professional expertise.
Denver Shared Spaces Project
Denver Shared Spaces is on the leading edge of the national trend toward intentional, shared workspace.
As an innovative collaborative dedicated to providing technical assistance and targeted support to the Denver shared space community, DSS is not just connecting organizations with shared space resources, but also influencing policy within city government. Through 30 member collaborative representing nonprofit, government, commercial real estate and philanthropic interests, DSS works to:
- Increase development and optimization of shared spaces
- Increase availability and access to information and tools around the creation and operation of shared spaces
- Increase support and investment in shared space efforts to further City agency goals and better meet community needs.
Nonprofit Centers Network
As stated on its website, NCN is a community of nonprofit and philanthropic leaders and professionals from the financial, real estate, and public sectors dedicated to sharing their knowledge and networks for creating and operating quality nonprofit workspace. It seeks to increase the capacity and effectiveness of the nonprofit sector by supporting the development and ongoing operations of multi-tenant nonprofit centers and other quality nonprofit workspace.