Tracey Brummett- Executive Director/Co- Founder
Challenge Denver is excited to have Tracey returning to her role as Executive Director/ Co-founder of Challenge Denver Fall 2019. Over the past 25 years, Tracey has worked in the areas of non-profit management, event planning and youth leadership and facilitation. She received her Masters in Educational Counseling in 2004 and has worked with several school districts and nonprofit agencies in the Denver area creating youth empowerment, advocacy and leadership teams. Over the past 8 years her roles with Challenge Denver have included Co-Founder, Program Director, Executive Director and Board Member. Please contact Tracey at (303) 521-6490 or email@example.com
Savion Harris, Student Engagement Manager
A thought provoker, communicator, and leader, Savion is familiar with the reality of being a student misrepresented within K-12 Education. Becoming involved in grassroots organizations, Savion saw the lack of unity between youth and adults blocking the creation of a system of shared leadership. His passion for unifying youth and adults, led him to be one of three students to sit on the innovation board at Aurora Central High School. As a high school junior, Savion was responsible for providing feedback on changes that would refocus school atmosphere and reactivate student engagement. As the Student Engagement Manager for Challenge Denver, Savion is excited to continue the work of unifying, igniting, and developing youth to tap into their unlimited potential. He plans to obtain his degree in Education to further develop students and teachers that will change the system of education- locally, nationally, and globally.
Charla Agnoletti, Restorative Practices Consultant
Charla is a DPS graduate, a former DPS teacher, and a lifetime educator. Since 2015 Charla has worked in School of Education at CU Boulder as the Director of the Public Achievement program, which focuses on school-university partnerships that engage youth in social change. Committed to youth voice, Charla started her work with Restorative Practices by using innovative strategies in her classroom and then became the Restorative Justice Coordinator at her school. In this role, she established schoolwide systems and supported educators in implementing Restorative Practices. Charla continues in her Restorative Practices work by providing both one-time and ongoing staff development and consultations in English and Spanish.
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