This year will mark the 25th anniversary of the Keystone Leadership Awards and will feature a truly impressive slate of individuals whose work and leadership embody the collaborative spirit at the center of our work and mission. We hope you will join us.
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Keystone is helping the Colorado Tourism Office prepare the next generation of leaders in the tourism industry through the Colorado Tourism Leadership Journey. The yearlong training program, which launched in 2017 and is gearing up to begin its second year.
Throughout Bob Craig’s life, books were one constant, guiding influence. Craig, the founder of the Keystone Policy Center, was an avid reader of history, philosophy, biography, and fiction — which provided him thoughtful insights, fresh perspectives, and much-needed respite in his professional life. That critical facet of Bob Craig lives on in the Robert W. Craig Book Collection at the Downey Library at Keystone’s headquarters in Keystone, Colorado.
Keystone's Berrick Abramson sits down with Dr. Jason Glass, the superintendent of Jeffco Public Schools in Colorado, to discuss school safety and strategies educators and others can use to intervene and prevent violence.
Julie Shapiro has worked for 15 years in the environmental and natural resources field as a facilitator, mediator, and educator. At Keystone Policy Center, Shapiro has led a diverse array of projects, including the Honey Bee Health Coalition and Keystone’s work around CRISPR and other emerging genetic technologies.
Keystone Energy Board member organizations Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA), CPS Energy, and Navigant, along with other mainland energy utilities, associations, government agencies, consultants, elected officials, and other leaders, are supporting the efforts to rebuild the island’s electric system.
The Next 100 the Coalition held a roundtable discussion with Congressman Raul Grijalva of Arizona, Ranking Member of the House Committee on Natural Resources, to share members’ perspectives on issues threatening equity, expanded access, and participation in America’s public lands.
Christine Scanlan, president and CEO of the Keystone Policy Center, welcomed Robert Kenney as the newest member of the organization’s Board of Trustees. Scanlan said Kenney’s experiences and perspectives as the Vice President for CPUC Regulatory Relations at Pacific Gas and Electric Company will provide Keystone with essential guidance as it works to inspire leaders to rise above entrenched positions to reach common higher ground.
If 2017 was a year of achievement for Keystone Policy Center, we have embraced 2018 as the year to take the organization’s work to new heights and to new audiences.
Rethinking career readiness requires smart assessment of current conditions and meaningful collaboration among a broad group of stakeholders and leaders. To chart a path forward, there needs to be a shared understanding of the world our kid are entering. Equally important is understanding that there is neither one simple solution that fits every child and community nor are there solutions that leaders from any single field can solve alone.