Rowena Alegría is Chief Storyteller for the City & County of Denver, founder and director of I Am Denver, a citywide storytelling and cultural preservation project. A 2019 Jack Jones Literary Arts Fellow, 2019 Vermont Studio Center Fellow and 2018 Writing by Writers Fellow, Alegría earned an MFA from the Institute of American Indian Arts and is a member of Sandra Cisneros’ Macondo Writers Workshop. A career journalist, communications executive and speech writer, she is writing a novel that plays with form and the history of the Southwest. For more, see RowenaAlegria.com and IAmDenver.org.
RDGS: The Next Generation of Public Service
Back for its second year, regional government leaders gather to tackle the unique challenges of municipal-, provincial-, and state-level public service. This year digital leaders from Ontario, State of California, British Columbia and the State of Georgia in partnership with non-profit Code for Canada have planned an afternoon that... read more