Two New Senior Leaders Announced

The 5280 Fellowship welcomes Paul Andrews and Councilman Albus Brooks

A critical learning component of the 5280 Fellowship is the opportunity to interact with seasoned experts in a wide variety of industries in their places of work. During the 2016-2017 session, more than 40 Senior Leaders will meet with small groups of Fellows to share about their career, workplace, and faith in the context of their leadership.
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2016-2017 Class of 5280 Fellows

Denver Institute celebrates an exceptional first class of Fellows

Founded by Denver Institute for Faith & Work, the 5280 Fellowship is a rigorous and selective leadership program. The Fellowship offers emerging leaders in the Denver metro area meaningful connections to senior leaders and intensive learning in Christian theology about pressing issues in work and culture today. Our long-term vision is to cultivate a dense network of future leaders in a variety of sectors to contribute to the spiritual, social, and cultural renewal of our city.

Meet the 2016-2017 5280 Fellows

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No Higher Calling

“I can see what I’m doing in the world.”

Bob Larkin grew up in a family with both parents working in full-time ministry roles. So some may be surprised to find him happily working in a downtown Denver skyscraper as a commercial banker. Continue reading No Higher Calling

We Serve Others

That’s what a restaurant does.

“This is so out of the norm for us,” explains Jenna Berrios. Jenna and her business partners — her husband, father, and brother — own ProsperOats, a healthy gourmet oatmeal bar in LoHi. Even though they had joked for years about opening a restaurant using the family steel cut oats recipe, nothing in their education or employment background put them on the track to restaurant entrepreneurship. Continue reading We Serve Others