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The National Parent Leadership Institute (NPLI) Hosts Racial Equity Think Tank in Rochester, NY

The National Parent Leadership Institute (NPLI) with the support of the Hagedorn Foundation, Abriendo Puertas, and the Einhorn Foundation, convened Parent Leaders and Parent Leadership Initiative field partners for the NPLI 2018 Racial Equity Think Tank: Advancing Racial Justice Through Parent Leadership October 8-11, 2018. Family leaders, community networkers, policy/data analysts, advocacy and organizing experts […]

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Eagle County Grads Receive Awards

In September, 2018, two FLTI of Eagle County graduates were honored with awards at the Eagle River Youth Coalition’s (ERYC) annual Valley Tasting event. Lilly Reynolds, 16, was chosen by the Eagle County Commissioners for the Outstanding Youth of Eagle County award for her dedication and time invested in advancing Tobacco 21 legislation with the […]

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Community Spotlight: FLTI of Prowers County

In Southeast Colorado, the effects of family and community leadership are taking root, quite literally.   While creating a mural that expressed their vision for their community, youth leaders in Lamar drew attention to a community need. The HOPE Center, a youth center that provides academic supports and prevention and intervention programming, had a barren […]

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FLTI of Larimer County Partners with Fort Collins’ CityPlan

The City of Fort Collins recently asked its residents, “What do you hope Fort Collins will look like in twenty years?” launching a series of public information workshops for community members to give their vision and feedback to their City Plan process. Find out how you can get involved with City Plan! When City staff reached out […]

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FLTI of Summit County Facilitator to Release Children’s Book

Claudine Norden, FLTI of Colorado trainer and Phase I facilitator at FLTI of Summit County, says she is an “outie” mom raising an “innie” child – and she’s not talking belly buttons. Claudine explains that as an extroverted person, she uses social energy and was “stretched beyond her comfort zone” when she considered how she […]

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2017 Civic Project Report Now Available

  Putting together the Civic Project Report is a highlight for FLTI of each year. The thought and effort that family leaders put into designing and implementing their civic projects is a testament to the passions and skills they bring to their communities Take a look at the 2017 CPR and prepare to be amazed […]

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November/December FLTI Briefs

Arapahoe/Douglas Alumna TiffanyNoelle Brown is Still Going Strong TiffanyNoelle Brown graduated from FLTI of Arapahoe/Douglas in 2011. Nearly seven years later, she continues to lead in her community. Brown recently wrote FLTI of Colorado, sharing some of her “micro” and “macro” leadership successes. On the individual/family level, Brown has taken on leadership positions with her […]

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Coming Soon: FLTI of Arapahoe County

After a short hiatus, FLTI has made its way back to Arapahoe County with the guidance and partnership of alumni, former staff, and numerous community partners, including: The Colorado Trust, Communities that Care, Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver, and several individuals from the Sheridan community. The momentum generated from these partnerships present an incredible […]

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Alumni News Archive

2017 The Denver Post. Mitchell, Megan. July 24, 2017. Adams County teen develops and runs free workout program for underprivileged kids in his community Vail Daily. Wyrick, Randy. June 18, 2017. Family Leadership Training Institute teaches civic involvement skills Eagle County News Release. June 14, 2017. KSJD 90.5 FM. Cope, Austin. June 12, 2017. A […]

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