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Tenant & Member Network

Below is a list of our current organizations in our Tenant & Member Network.

Our Tenants and Members are the heart of the Posner Center. From long-standing organizations with global reach to startups working in one village in the developing world, our Tenants and Members—large and small—share a passion for growing solutions to global poverty. Each organization and venture brings its unique approach and expertise to our joint mission. Instead of trying to do everything for everyone, our Tenants and Members focus on what they do best, allowing them to maximize their impact on the ground. Posner Center Tenants and Members  work in over 100 countries addressing all aspects of sustainable development, including:

  • Agriculture / Food Security
  • Children
  • Climate / Environment
  • Disaster Relief / Humanitarian Aid
  • Education / Schools
  • Energy
  • Entrepreneurship / Business Development
  • Gender Equality
  • Governance / Institution Building
  • Health
  • Human Trafficking
  • Infrastructure
  • Peace and Justice
  • Policy and Research
  • Refugees / Asylees
  • Technology
  • Water / Sanitation
  • Women

Learn more about our Tenants and Members by searching by organization name, country, and focus area with our Tenant and Member search tool here:

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  • Alison Arams (Member)

    I started a nonprofit called Usangule Food For Thought with a mission to use self-sustaining agricultural projects to increase access to education and improve learning conditions in rural Tanzania. I became inspired when I was placed in Usangule village in South-Central Tanzania as a volunteer English teacher in 2012-13. Our vision is a thriving, independent village where healthy students receive quality education and opportunity to break out of the cycle of poverty. Our first project involves a school maize farm which has been providing porridge breakfast each school day to the 1,400 students of Mandachini Primary and Usangule Secondary schools since 2014. While there has been a major increase in student attendance and performance since then, there is much more to accomplish, such as maximizing sustainability and nutrition, expanding the project to reach more schools, finding clean water solutions, and creating scholarship opportunities for successful students. We also share a focus on women's empowerment, especially since our food project has helped inspire the local district to select Usangule Secondary to be expanded into an advanced-level boarding school for girls! In my own response to our progress, I have recently left my teaching career to pursue this cause full time. I am looking to network at Posner to gain resources, learn about nonprofit management and project implementation, and potentially partner with other organizations. View Website >>
    Countries: Tanzania
    Focus Areas: Agriculture / Food Security, Children, Education / Schools, Entrepreneurship / Business Development, Gender Equality, Health, Water / Sanitation, Women
  • Aaron Manheim (Member)

    Salesforce professional with 10+ years of deep business analyst, system administrator and developer experience.  I've been working for Salesforce since 2006 where I started in the mailroom and worked my way up through Technical Support, IT and now R&D.  I've worked on implementations of the Salesforce platform for both very small- and very large-scale organizations, including Salesforce's own internal implementation of our platform across our many business units. I'm interested in connecting with Posner Center organizations and hearing how they are utilizing Salesforce and potentially helping them optimize their use of the Salesforce platform. Note that I'm not a sales guy and have no interest in selling anything to anyone!  Salesforce encourages all employees to donate our time by volunteering or providing pro bono consultative services to non-profits, so working with the organizations at Posner is entirely within the charter of my job and I'm happy to do it! View Website>>
    Countries: Global
    Focus Areas: General
  • Abdul Wahed (Member)

    A consultant with expertise in: Capacity assessment for development as well as humanitarian agencies and design capacity building actions; Conducting evaluation for any project/programs for the development as well as humanitarian organizations; Participatory large scale project design for rural and urban development; Developing tools and technique on Monitoring & Evaluation; Conducting humanitarian principles and practices training for the humanitarian staff; Sphere TOT (trainers of training) training for the humanitarian staff; Facilitating for any need assessment such as rapid, joint need assessment etc; Facilitating for Strategic plan for any development agencies; Conducting different simulations training for staff on natural hazards such as Earth Quake, Floods, Fire etc. Contact>>
    Countries: Global
    Focus Areas: Agriculture / Food Security, Climate / Environment, Disaster Relief / Humanitarian Aid, Governance / Institution Building, Refugees / Asylees, Water / Sanitation, Women
  • Africa Agenda (Tenant)

    Africa Agenda’s mission is to promote positive African news. We disseminate news and provide opportunities, which foster knowledge and understanding of Africa. As a U.S. 501c (3) non-profit, the organization believes that negative media coverage and ignorance of Africa can be counterbalanced with enormous benefit to the community. For about a decade, Africa Agenda has been a catalyst and championed better coverage of the continent, and has organized dozens of events that have spotlighted Africa around the world. We envision a world in which the vibrant contributions of Africans make a better life for everyone. View Website ››  
    Countries: Global
    Focus Areas: Policy and Research
  • The Africa Center (Member)

    The Africa Center’s mission is to foster environmental, economic, and social sustainability through teaching, research, and engagement. The Africa Center is a forum for issues of African biodiversity, conservation, and sustainability; a network of Colorado State University faculty, students, staff, surrounding community members, and African partners for research, education and engagement; provides a platform for CSU faculty, students, staff, community members, and Africans to engage with one another on African issues; links diverse types of knowledge to identify and solve environmental, economic, and social problems. View Website>>
    Countries: Global
    Focus Areas: Education / Schools
  • Africa Development Promise (Tenant)

    Africa Development Promise builds on and strengthens the collective action of rural entrepreneurial women through agriculture in East Africa. We champion the cooperative approach because of its principles of democracy, inclusion and solidarity – cooperatives empower members by promoting self-help and self-responsibility. When women can contribute their creativity, innovation and hard work, prosperity and independence follow, lifting entire communities out of poverty. View Website>>
    Countries: Uganda
    Focus Areas: Agriculture / Food Security, Entrepreneurship / Business Development
  • Africa Network for Animal Welfare (Tenant)

    Africa Network for Animal Welfare (ANAW) is a Pan-African Organization based in Kenya that promotes humane treatment of all animals and the well being of communities living with them. ANAW-USA partners with ANAW, and others, promoting an all Africa agenda, sustained by communities for conservation, compassion, protection and responsible care of all animals.
    Countries: East Africa, South Africa, West Africa
    Focus Areas: Climate / Environment, Infrastructure, Policy and Research
  • Africa School Assistance Project (Member)

    The Africa School Assistance Project (ASAP) believes that educating children, particularly girls, is fundamental to a peaceful, prosperous and sustainable future for Africa. ASAP is increasing access to education for children in poor, remote areas of Tanzania and is developing a Learning Improvement Initiative to enhance teaching quality and classroom learning. ASAP works in accordance with the UN Millennium Development Goals and our projects meet rigorous standards for sustainability cultural appropriateness. Additionally, ASAP leads groups of American volunteers to work on our school projects to create a cross-cultural understanding between Americans and Africans. View Website ››
    Countries: Tanzania
    Focus Areas: Children, Education / Schools, Women
  • AfricAid (Tenant)

    AfricAid is a non-profit organization that supports girls’ education in Africa in order to provide young women with the opportunity to transform their own lives and the futures of their communities. Our approach is to reach, teach, and empower. AfricAid gives girls the basic opportunity to go to school, works to provide high-quality learning experiences and empowers these young girls to become leaders, reaching the next generation of girls. View Website ››
    Countries: Tanzania, Zambia
    Focus Areas: Children, Education / Schools, Entrepreneurship / Business Development, Gender Equality, Health, Technology, Women
  • African Strategies for Advancing Pathology (Tenant)

    African Strategies for Advancing Pathology is a non-profit organization composed of professionals with a common interest in increasing and improving access to diagnostic pathology and laboratory medicine in sub-Saharan Africa and other regions of the world that currently lack access to these services. We envision a future in which the importance of pathology in sub-Saharan Africa is recognized from local to international levels; a SSA with a competent pathology workforce and expert centers that are supported by a high quality sustainable delivery system to improve the quality of life of persons living in SSA. View Website>>
    Focus Areas: Health
  • Agile International (Member)

    Agile International’s mission is to return Western Africa to food abundance by empowering local women farmers and restoring the cultural wisdom that underlies traditional sustainable agriculture. We seek to break free from the endless cycle of foreign aid and food imports by producing nutritious food, generating enough income to support and educate children, and preserving the cultures and customs that create strong families and communities. View Website››
    Countries: Benin, Burkina Faso, Cote d'Ivoire, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Liberia, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Togo, West Africa
    Focus Areas: Agriculture / Food Security, Children, Climate / Environment, Education / Schools, Water / Sanitation, Women
  • Alternativ Project (Member)

    Alternativ exists to catalyze sustainable economic growth and poverty alleviation through entrepreneurial training. We promote dignity, self-sufficiency, and opportunity for individuals around the globe through the high-impact curriculum, as it leads participants to build confidence, think outside the box, and take control of their financial futures—ultimately, stepping out of the cycle of poverty. View Website>>
    Countries: Global
    Focus Areas: Education / Schools, Entrepreneurship / Business Development, Women
  • Arctic and Mountain Regions Development Institute (Member)

    AMRDI is devoted to the health, well-being and climate change resiliency of people living in the world's mountain and Arctic regions. It blends cutting edge social science methodologies with stakeholder engagement and community participation in order to affect long-term social, human and environmental sustainability in these critical regions. View Website››
    Countries: Guatemala, Kyrgyzstan, United States
    Focus Areas: Climate / Environment, Governance / Institution Building, Health, Peace and Justice, Policy and Research
  • BeadforLife (Member)

    BeadforLife creates sustainable opportunities for women to lift their families out of poverty by connecting people worldwide in a circle of exchange that enriches everyone. View Website>>
    Countries: Uganda
    Focus Areas: Entrepreneurship / Business Development, Women
  • Betsy Hedberg

    I work on a freelance basis to design curriculum and instructional materials for nonprofits, businesses, and K-12 education. This is a highly collaborative process that involves getting to know my clients, helping them assess their needs, and creating custom materials to meet learning objectives. I place high value on creativity, attention to detail, close communication with clients, and clear and concise writing. I also have quite a bit of teaching experience, including teaching social studies in a public middle school, facilitating professional development workshops for adults, and tutoring refugees and other immigrants in English as a second language. In short, I'm fascinated with the learning process and devoted to helping other people learn.My current mission is to see how my skills and experience can be put to good use in international development and global humanitarian projects. Contact Betsy>>
    Countries: Global
    Focus Areas: Education / Schools, General
  • Beyond Our Borders (Member)

    Beyond Our Borders is a Special Interest Fund of The Women's Foundation of Colorado. Since its inception in 1999, Beyond Our Borders has invested more than 5,000 in US-based non-profit organizations working to ensure women girls in other parts of the world are empowered to achieve their full potential and participate fully in society. We have also built an endowment for future giving. If you are interested in joining Beyond Our Borders as a grant-maker or learning more about our grant-making process, please contact Lydia Johnson at The Women's Foundation of Colorado View Website››
    Countries: Global
    Focus Areas: Women
  • bext360 (Tenant)

    bext360 is a complete coffee suppl(ai) chain solution. Our mission is to utilize technology to improve the global supply chain for agricultural products. We improve the quality of the products supplied, the communities that supply them, and the overall environment for sourcing in developing countries. View Website>>
    Countries: Global
    Focus Areas: Agriculture / Food Security, Climate / Environment, Entrepreneurship / Business Development, Gender Equality, General, Women
  • Black Fox Philanthropy (Member)

    To mobilize significant resources to help solve complex problems on a global scale. View Website>>
    Countries: Global
    Focus Areas: Children, Disaster Relief / Humanitarian Aid, Education / Schools, Entrepreneurship / Business Development, Gender Equality, Health, Infrastructure, Refugees / Asylees, Technology, Water / Sanitation
  • Blue Wing Consulting, LLC (Member)

    BlueWing helps people with diverse perspectives come together to have breakthrough conversations in service of a better world. Through artful process design and skillful group facilitation we help you develop bold solutions, better teams, and the collective will to bring about positive change. We have worked in China, Guatemala, Japan, Mexico, Taiwan, and the United States on issues ranging from rainforest conservation to youth development. We work extensively with leadership teams, boards, issues-based think tanks, and participatory community gatherings. In 2014 BlueWing received the Global Impact Award from the International Association of Facilitators. View Website ››
    Countries: Global
    Focus Areas: General
  • Bridge of Life (Member)

    Bridge of Life (BOL) is an international nonprofit organization working to improve health, wellness and vitality.  BOL has expanded its efforts beyond kidney care to include screening and prevention of chronic illnesses and increased access to primary care services.  We strive to empower local staff, community health workers and patients through training and education to make sustainable changes to healthcare. View Website>>
    Countries: Global
    Focus Areas: Health
  • Bridges to Prosperity (Tenant)

    Bridges to Prosperity (B2P) envisions a world where poverty caused by rural isolation no longer exists. Our community-driven projects provide basic access to healthcare, education and improved livelihoods via footbridge construction. We build to educate by teaching design and construction both locally and globally. We build to innovate through developing and openly sharing solutions that are safe, replicable, and locally viable. And we build to inspire, by providing opportunities for leadership development and personal growth through international collaboration. View Website ››
    Countries: Bolivia, El Salvador, Ethiopia, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Kenya, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Rwanda, Timor-Leste, Zambia
    Focus Areas: Infrastructure
  • Build Change (Member)

    Build Change saves lives in earthquakes and typhoons. Our mission is to greatly reduce deaths, injuries and economic losses caused by housing and school collapses due to earthquakes and typhoons in emerging nations. Build Change designs disaster-resistant houses and schools in emerging nations and trains builders, homeowners, engineers, and government officials to build them. Build Change leaves in place permanent change in construction practice by building local skills and stimulating local demand. View Website ››
    Countries: Colombia, Guatemala, Haiti, Indonesia, Nepal, Philippines
    Focus Areas: Disaster Relief / Humanitarian Aid, Education / Schools, Entrepreneurship / Business Development, Infrastructure, Technology, Women
  • Business Works (Member)

    The mission of business works is to provide for-profit and nonprofit businesses a wide arrange of financial support services, such as solving technical problems, consulting on accounting systems, conducting one-on-one and group training, assisting with financial planning and budgeting, and practicing as an outsourced accountant for small sized entities by providing a full range of monthly bookkeeping services. View Website››
    Countries: Global, Nepal
    Focus Areas: General
  • Catapult Design (Member)

    Catapult believes that all people should have access to a range of thoughtful and inspired products and services that suit their needs and their wallets. We are a design firm that works with socially-driven organizations to build forward-looking, accessible, and market-based products and services that give low income and under served people reliable tools to improve their quality of life. Our team of designers, engineers, and business specialists are dedicated to creating solutions to social problems with people at the forefront.
    Countries: Global
    Focus Areas: Agriculture / Food Security, Climate / Environment, Education / Schools, Energy, Entrepreneurship / Business Development, General, Health, Infrastructure, Policy and Research, Technology, Water / Sanitation
  • Children’s Future International (Tenant)

    We believe that every child has the right to a life of dignity and opportunity. Children’s Future operates a Learning Center in rural Cambodia offering unique and comprehensive Education, Well-Being, and Community Outreach programs. We serve the poorest and most vulnerable children who face the risks and hardships of life in an underdeveloped and traumatized country. Our goal is to facilitate the fulfillment of their basic human rights and support them in becoming self-reliant, compassionate individuals who develop into professionals, role models and future community leaders. View Website ››
    Countries: Cambodia
    Focus Areas: Children, Education / Schools, Gender Equality, Health, Human Trafficking, Technology
  • Children’s Museum For Science in Technology – Afghanistan (Member)

    Children's Museum For Science & Technology is Afghanistan's first ever science museum. Our aim is to bring science to life for all who are interested in science. View Website >>
    Countries: Afghanistan
    Focus Areas: Agriculture / Food Security, Children, Climate / Environment, Education / Schools, Gender Equality, Health, Technology
  • Chinook Fund (Tenant)

    Chinook Fund supports community organizations working on issues of racial, social and economic justice in the state of Colorado. Our funding supports the most strategic work unfolding at the local level to address globalization, poverty, war, racism and environmental destruction. A community foundation, Chinook Fund pools the resources of individuals and businesses to support the best of peer-reviewed grassroots organizations working for social change and to improve the quality of life for all Coloradans. View Website ››
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  • Chris Vannote (Member)

    I am an independent consultant with 30 years experience in infrastructure development worldwide. I speak Spanish, Portuguese, French and Italian and have lived and worked in 20 countries (South America, Africa, Middle East, etc).  I am looking to use my language skills and experience in managing and leading global project teams to work in other areas in international development. I am open to working in many different areas. I consider my most important skill and passion to be my ability to work in different cultures and create consensus amongst diverse people and cultures. I have successfully solved social issues and technical issues in many different cultures. I am also a student and facilitator of non-violent communication (NVC), which I use on my international projects and in my daily life. NVC helps me to mediate between stakeholders on controversial projects involving governments, local communities, and other stakeholders. Contact Chris.
    Countries: Global
    Focus Areas: Agriculture / Food Security, Children, Climate / Environment, Disaster Relief / Humanitarian Aid, Energy, Engineering, Entrepreneurship / Business Development, General, Peace and Justice, Water / Sanitation
  • Colorado Haiti Project (Member)

    An independent 501(c)3 nonprofit organization the mission of the Colorado Haiti Project is to work in partnership with rural Haitian communities to support their rise out of extreme poverty. View Website ››
    Countries: Haiti
    Focus Areas: Agriculture / Food Security, Children, Disaster Relief / Humanitarian Aid, Education / Schools, Entrepreneurship / Business Development, Gender Equality, Health, Infrastructure, Water / Sanitation, Women
  • Colorado International School (Member)

    Colorado International School is a 501(c)3 accredited independent school that provides the highest quality international education in a language immersion environment to prepare its students for lifelong learning and future educational success. We provide our core international education Preschool through 8th Grade in French, German, Mandarin, Spanish and English as an IB World School during the day and provide enrichment program support from 9th to 12th Grades. As a unique learning community, Colorado International School maintains active outreach and support to internationally-minded students and communities in Denver and around the world. View Website>>
    Countries: United States
    Focus Areas: Education / Schools
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