Highlights and News

Oct 5, 2015

15 years: Making our founding mothers proud

When founding mothers Linda Shoemaker, Merle Chambers and Jean Dubofsky started the Bell Policy Center, they wanted to provide a strong progressive voice in Colorado policymaking. In 15 years, we've grown from a startup organization to a proven leader on issues critical to helping all Coloradans get ahead and stay ahead. Not only has the work we've done been effective, it's also been fun. 

Sep 28, 2015

Aging statistics highlight challenge ahead

The Strategic Action Planning Group on Aging has a better understanding of the magnitude of the task ahead following presentations on Friday from state demographer Elizabeth Garner and policy analysts Bob Semro of the Bell and Rich Mauro of DRCOG.

Sep 24, 2015

Join us for our 15th on 10/15

In three weeks, we'll celebrate our 15th anniversary with a reception featuring cocktails, cupcakes and hors d'oeuvres. Now we just need you! Please join us on Oct. 15 to celebrate all we've done together to help Coloradans get ahead and stay ahead. Tickets are only $15 each and are available now.

Sep 22, 2015

Modest growth projected for state revenues as economy continues to grow

Colorado's economy is projected to continue to grow over the next two years, albeit not as quickly as it did in 2014. As a result, state revenues will also grow but at a modest rate that will put pressure on state budgets.

Sep 11, 2015

Solicitation for project manager for aging planning group

The Colorado Strategic Action Planning Group on Aging is seeking project management services (one Project Administrator/Manager and one Project Assistant, applying as a team) to support the group in creating a state strategy for addressing the many challenges and opportunities presented by the retirement and aging of the Baby Boom Generation. These will be contractual positions, and both individuals and organizations are welcome to apply.

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