Transforming global development for greater impact: in partnership
The Posner Center has transformed Colorado’s global development sector through intentional collaboration.
But as we take the next steps to transform global development for greater impact, we know we cannot do this work alone.
We want to partner with organizations who want to mobilize and support the global development sector to collaborate, share knowledge and expertise, technology, evidence-based best practices, as well as financial resources.
Who are our Partners?
We want to join forces with a rich and diverse network of partners, including other global development and social impact organizations, innovators, entrepreneurs, social enterprises, universities, and donors.
How can you help?
We need organizations interested in technical cooperation, and investment in:
- Existing programs like the International Collaboration Fund and annual Posner Center Symposium
- Launching new projects like our Collaborative Global Development Report as a journal to share and promote evidence-based approaches
- Advocacy and promotion of best practices in global development
- Exploring new opportunities to transform global development for greater impact
Invest and become a Posner Center Partner!
To learn more about becoming a Poser Center Partner, contact our Development Director.
Our Top Donor Partners
Beyond Our Borders
Collegiate Peaks Bank
Engineers without Borders
GRF CPAs & Advisors
Harvey Family Foundation
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
JHJ Posner Family Foundation
Party B Cause
PB and K Family Foundation
Rick & Nina Schuyler
University of Colorado Denver’s Jake Jabs Center for Entrepreneurship
University of Denver’s Josef Korbel School of International Studies
US Bank Foundation
Our Global Development/Workspace Collaborators
The Alliance Center, Denver, CO
Boston Network for International Development (BNID), Boston, MA
Global Washington, Seattle, WA
The Global Switchboard, Pittsburgh, PA
Minnesota International NGO Network, Minneapolis, MN
Open Gov Hub, Washington, DC
Simmons Center for Global Chicago, Chicago, IL
Society for International Development, Washington, DC