Colorado alone is home to more than 200 organizations and social ventures focusing on international development, with work encompassing agriculture, community development, education, energy, health, infrastructure, microfinance, and various other fields. We share similar goals, serve similar populations, and confront similar financial challenges. Yet most organizations operate in isolation from one another. The Posner Center disrupts this phenomenon by bringing together over 60 development-oriented businesses and organizations in a 25,000 square-foot shared space in Denver’s Curtis Park neighborhood to spur innovation by enabling groups to cross-pollinate through the exchange of ideas, the overlap of programming, and the generation of more comprehensive and lasting solutions to global poverty.
To build a community of innovators who grow lasting solutions to global poverty.
To be the leader of collaborative international development.