Recap of the Denver BIPOC Program

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Meet our awesome BIPOC creative entrepreneurs who just completed our six-week accelerator course based in Denver, CO! 

(Pictured from left to right) Entrepreneur duo Enrique Jimenez and Molly Gallegos

Enrique Jimenez and Molly Gallegos, business partners of Cuidad Reina, started their art collective that brings one-of-a-kind “AlterLatine” experiences into Denver’s music scene. With the vision of supporting local venue operations throughout the city, Enrique and Molly have constructed a plan to rebuild communities affected by gentrification through cultural art and music.

Entrepreneur Carissa Garcia

Additionally, our other alumni from our Denver accelerator, Carissa Garcia, an Indigenous/Chicana writer, performing artist, and educator based in Denver, CO, is a founding member of the La Resistencia, also known as a publishing press and poetry collective known for amplifying LGBTQ+ voices of color.

As these entrepreneurs embark on their extraordinary ventures, we gratefully acknowledge their efforts to support underrepresented artists in the state of Colorado and honor them for their commitment to pursuing entrepreneurship. We are so proud of our Denver alumni; congratulations again to these awesome business owners! 

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