Kipp Kramer

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I am the Founder and Executive Director of Kramerica Gives. I worked for Goodwill Industries for nearly six years where I led and grew the Student Advisory Council in which 150 students representing 23 different schools in the Denver area learned and enhanced their leadership abilities. This was done in a variety of ways including participation in the Leadership Program, volunteering in the community, Career Development, College Readiness, Job Shadows, and conversations with a mentor. In 2015, the Student Advisory Council received the prestigious “Bright Future Award” at Goodwill’s Power of Work Luncheon. I have also spent several years coaching and empowering students through teaching tennis lessons and various programs throughout Colorado. I believe that “every student should have the opportunity to live up to their full potential”

I am the Founder and Executive Director of Kramerica Gives. I worked for Goodwill Industries for nearly six years where I led and grew the Student Advisory Council in which 150 students representing 23 different schools in the Denver area learned and enhanced their leadership abilities. This was done in a variety of ways including participation in the Leadership Program, volunteering in the community, Career Development, College Readiness, Job Shadows, and conversations with a mentor. In 2015, the Student Advisory Council received the prestigious “Bright Future Award” at Goodwill’s Power of Work Luncheon. I have also spent several years coaching and empowering students through teaching tennis lessons and various programs throughout Colorado. I believe that “every student should have the opportunity to live up to their full potential”
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I am the Founder and Executive Director of Kramerica Gives. I worked for Goodwill Industries for nearly six years where I led and grew the Student Advisory Council in which 150 students representing 23 different schools in the Denver area learned and enhanced their leadership abilities. This was done in a variety of ways including participation in the Leadership Program, volunteering in the community, Career Development, College Readiness, Job Shadows, and conversations with a mentor. In 2015, the Student Advisory Council received the prestigious “Bright Future Award” at Goodwill’s Power of Work Luncheon. I have also spent several years coaching and empowering students through teaching tennis lessons and various programs throughout Colorado. I believe that “every student should have the opportunity to live up to their full potential”