WP&BC Monthly Luncheon: Save the Beer and Nonprofit Showcase

  • 10 Dec 2019
  • 11:30 AM - 1:15 PM (MST)
  • Denver ChopHouse: 1735 19th Street Suite 100 Denver, CO 80202

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Please join us for our December luncheon:

Save the Beer

Climate change is a widely discussed political and environmental issue, and one couple, Dan and Virginia Carreno, is talking about how it impacts what is near and dear to Coloradoans – beer!  The "Save the Beer" presentation will address how beer production is affected by climate change and what breweries in Denver and across Colorado are doing to make sure there is plenty of water, barley, and hops to sustain thirsty connoisseurs.

Nonprofit Showcase - CASA

In honor of Colorado Gives Day, we will also feature a nonprofit at the beginning of the meeting - CASA, which stands for Court Appointed Special Advocate. or Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children.  CASA has local organizations throughout Colorado and the rest of the country which select, train and support community members to advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children in Juvenile Court. Dustin Thomas from Child Advocates – Denver CASA will provide information on ways our members can support this important mission throughout Colorado.  

Date/Time:
Tuesday, December 10, 2019
11:30am-1:15pm
11:30am Networking, Program will begin promptly at noon and last until approximately 1:15pm.


Location:

Denver ChopHouse
1735 19th Street

Suite 100

Denver, CO  80202

Lunch Fees:
Members - $40, Non-Members - $60,
Gold Members - none*


About Our Presenter

Dan Carreno has 15 years of experience working in the investment industry. Before joining Change Finance as Executive VP of Business Development, he served as a Regional Marketing Manager for Fred Alger & Co. where he consulted with hundreds of firms to help them meet the financial goals of investors. This experience allows Dan to efficiently provide investors with the knowledge and tools they need to make prudent investment decisions that minimize risk and maximize public benefit. Dan holds a BA in International Economics and Commerce from Lafayette College, an MS in Environmental Policy and Management from the University of Denver, and the designation as a Certified Investment Management Analyst® from the Investments and Wealth Institute. Outside of the office, Dan commits time to various non-profit organizations, including the Climate Reality Project and 350.org. He also serves on the board of Auricle Productions, a media non-profit dedicated to environmental journalism. In his free time, you will find Dan enjoying and photographing the natural world. While an avid biker and climber, Dan will tell you he is always happiest when skiing deep powder in the Colorado Rockies with his dog Piper.
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