Luke Ragland appointed Senior Vice President, Daniels Fund Grants Program

0

The Daniels Fund announced that Luke Ragland has been appointed senior vice president of the organization’s grants program.

Ragland has a proven track record as a leader in Colorado’s education system, and as a fourth-generation Coloradan from the southwestern state, he brings a solid understanding of the needs of rural communities.

“Luke is well positioned to lead our grant program into the future,” Hanna Skandera, President and CEO of the Daniels Fund. “His vision, courage and entrepreneurial heart will lead to a results-oriented approach for greater impact within the communities we serve.”

“Luke is well positioned to lead our grant program into the future,” Hanna Skandera, President and CEO of the Daniels Fund. “His vision, courage and entrepreneurial heart will lead to a results-oriented approach for greater impact within the communities we serve.”

Prior to joining the Daniels Fund, Ragland was president of Ready Colorado, a Denver-based education policy organization. Previously, he was Vice President of Policy at Colorado Succeeds, practiced commercial litigation at a law firm in Denver, and worked in the White House. Ragland sits on the board of directors of the Colorado Charter School Institute, a statewide charter school authorizer.

“It is an honor to join the Daniels Fund, an organization that has a positive impact on the lives of so many people,” said Luke Ragland. “I look forward to furthering the legacy of Bill Daniels and moving the grants program forward. “

The Daniels Fund Grants Program provides support to highly successful nonprofits in Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming in the areas of Aging, Amateur Sports, Disability, Addiction and alcoholism, early childhood education, the homeless and disadvantaged, kindergarten to grade 12 education. , and Youth development.

The Daniels Fund, created by cable TV pioneer Bill Daniels, is a private charitable foundation dedicated to improving the lives of people in Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming through its grant program, its scholarship program and ethics initiative. Visit DanielsFund.org to learn more.

Share.

Comments are closed.