Britta Fisher has been named executive director of mpowered, a financial health nonprofit serving metro Denver and Colorado. Fisher brings extensive experience in nonprofit management, most recently …
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Britta Fisher has been named executive director of mpowered, a financial health nonprofit serving metro Denver and Colorado.
Fisher brings extensive experience in nonprofit management, most recently as executive director of Localworks, a community and economic development nonprofit advancing Wheat Ridge. Localworks received 2016 Nonprofit of the Year from the West Chamber, and Fisher was awarded 40 Under 40 by the Denver Business Journal in 2017. Fisher started her career in Colorado serving basic services agencies and people in crisis.
“I marvel at the skills and life lessons I learned from clients facing hunger and struggling to keep housing they couldn't afford. I am excited to contribute to the capable team at mpowered coaching those facing financial difficulty with tools that aid their strengths and build financial security for their families,” said Fisher.
The mpowered board is pleased to have found an experienced executive director with understanding and appreciation for the mission of the organization.
“Britta brings a unique skillset that fits exactly what mpowered was looking for in its next leader. We're excited to have her on board as we take the organization to the next level,” said Christina Frantz, president of the mpowered board of directors.
mpowered's vision is to create financial security for all by empowering people to transform their financial futures through financial coaching, financial education, and debt management programs. Since inception in 2001, mpowered has served more than 63,000 families in the Denver Metro Area and helped reduce more than $32 million in debt.
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