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Mile High 360 is a longitudinal youth development collaborative that prepares Denver's marginalized students for a life of independence and choice. We provide 13 consecutive years of academic, life skills and health and wellness programming for students from 6th grade through age 24.

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Staff

Part Time Staff:
0
Full Time Staff:
8
Contract Staff:
0
Volunteers Annually:
100
Retention Rate:
88%

Eric Eiteljorg, Executive Director
Start Date: 2011

Eric Eiteljorg is originally from Haverford, Pennsylvania. He graduated from Amherst College in 1993, with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and earned a dual Ph.D. in Cognitive Science and Education in 2007 from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Eric joins Mile High Squash after spending 17 years in the field of education. During that time, Eric taught fifth and sixth grade, conducted curricular evaluations, designed a professional development model, and consulted for local school districts. Most recently, Eric worked with the National Urban Squash and Education Association (NUSEA) in its effort to design an educational program to be implemented across all NUSEA member programs. Eric is a committed educator and is passionate about urban education. As the Executive Director of Mile High Squash, Eric looks forward to working to ensure the continued success of the organization.

Kat Andrus, Cycling Coordinator
Start Date: 2016

Kathleen graduated from the University of Kansas with a major in Latin American Studies. Before joining Impact 360, she was a classroom teacher in Memphis Tennessee for three years working with 4th, 5th and 6th grades in a variety of subjects. She has served as a leader in non-profit community bike shops in both Memphis and Kansas City.

Linsie Fell, Post Secondary Coordinator.
Start Date: 2015

Linsie is a Denver, Colorado native. After high school, she attended the University of Kansas where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in English, and then received a Master of Arts in Secondary Education from Pittsburg State University. Before moving back to Denver and joiningImpact360, Linsie taught 6th and 7th grade English Language Arts in Kansas City, Kansas for five years.

Natalie Henson, High School Academic Coordinator
Start Date: 2018

Natalie joins Impact360 with four years of classroom and youth development experiences both through City Year and Peace Corps.

Maggie Lowenberg, Middle School Academic Coordinator
Start Date: 2017

Maggie graduated from the University of Colorado, Boulder with a Bachelors of Arts in International Affairs. Before becoming the Middle School Academic Coordinator, Maggie was a middle school reading teacher in both Denver and Pueblo for three years. She also worked for A+ Colorado as the Community Relations Coordinator through AmeriCorps VISTA.

Natalie A Martinez, Director of Development
Start Date: 2019

A fifth-generation Denver native, Natalie has over two decades of Denver non-profit leadership and development experience with a passion for promoting equity and inclusion for all deserving youth regardless of color or socioeconomic status. Natalie has a bachelors degree from Georgetown University and Masters in Public Administration from the University of Colorado.

Josie Papazis, Program Director
Start Date: 2018

Josie Papazis is thrilled to join the Impact 360 team and return home to Denver, where she served for seven years as a teacher and instructional leader in Denver Public Schools. She served a highly diverse student population at Denver South High School as a teacher and assistant golf coach, and the student success and innovation she witnessed inspired her to pursue her Masters at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Most recently, she has worked in the Boston area as a Program Director supporting career pathways training program development with Somali refugees in Kenya.

Otto Schlosser, Squash Coordinator
Start Date: 2012

Otto Schlosser is a Denver, Colorado native. Otto has been playing squash for over 20 years and was ranked nationally as high as 6th in the boys Under 17 division. He played in the 3rd position at Franklin and Marshall College's varsity men's squash team for 2 years. Otto graduated with honors from the University of Colorado Denver in 2006 with a B.A. in Political Science. Otto is a US Squash Level I certified squash coach.

Boards

Board Type:
Local
Meetings per Year:
6
Term Length:
3
Term Limit:
no
Total # of Board Members:
17
Clients on Board:
No
# of Client Board Members:

Board Demographics:

Female:
2
Male:
15
Transgender Female:
0
Transgender Male:
0
Gender Other:
0

Black or African American:
0
Asian:
0
White:
17
Hispanic or Latino:
0
Multiracial:
0
American Indian or Alaska Native:
0
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander:
0
Other Ethnicities:
0

Average Number of Years Current Board Members Have Served on Board

5

Attendance Percentage for Board Meetings

78%

Percentage of Board Members that Contribute Dollars

100%

Percentage of Board Members that Contribute In-Kind

100%

Percentage of Board Members that have Completeted the Colorado Secretary of State's Nonprofit Board Member Course:

20%

Nonprofit completed the Colorado Nonprofit Association's Excellence in Principles & Practices Recognition Program?

No

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