Lichtenfels Joins Denver Center for Arts & Technology Board

Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck announced today that shareholder Blair Lichtenfels was appointed to the Denver Center for Arts & Technology board of directors.

Lichtenfels will provide strategic guidance to help the organization open its doors in Denver and begin serving participants, which will include assisting with site selection.

The Denver Center for Arts & Technology aims to provide an effective, entrepreneurial strategy to improve academic achievement and high school graduation rates for youth while concurrently equipping unemployed, underemployed and transitioning adults with life-changing, middle-skills training and access to employment opportunities.

“DCAT’s mission of providing holistic life and work skills training in an inspirational and beautiful environment through partnership with youth and adults resonates with my passion for providing opportunities for advancement through education,” Lichtenfels said.