January 22, 2020
Contact: Cinamon Watson

Denver, CO – “We are pleased to welcome Megan Garn as our newest staff member,” said CSPR President & CEO Kristin Strohm. Garn joins CSPR as Community Engagement Manager.

In her new position, Garn will focus on promoting CSPR research and managing events for the organization.

Prior to joining CSPR, Garn served as the Communications Specialist with the City of Greeley where she sharpened her skills as a communications and marketing professional. She continues to demonstrate her passion for working in government relations and with nonprofit organizations.

Prior to her position with the City of Greeley, she began her career researching, writing and developing policies while serving as an AmeriCorps VISTA member with Community Resource Center and as the Colorado City & County Management Association Local Government Fellow with the Town of Timnath.

She studied art and art history at Kalamazoo College and obtained her M.P.A. from the University of Colorado Denver in 2018, where she was named the Daniels Fund Ethics Fellow and completed her capstone with the City of Lakewood.


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