Congratulations to Our New Executive Assistant!
We would like to congratulate and welcome our new Executive Assistant, Elizabeth Morarie! She has been carrying out this role as we searched to fill this position. Her extensive knowledge of gifted and talented and the inner workings of CAGT makes her the perfect fit for this extremely important job with our organization. Elizabeth will support all aspects of our association and help CAGT grow into the future. Congrats Elizabeth!
It's a New Year and New CAGT Executive Board Positions!
With the start of this new year we have a shift in our Executive Board positions. We want to first begin by thanking our Past President Terry Bradley for her six years serving CAGT! She has graciously represented, supported and grown our organization into an exemplary statewide non-profit that adresses the needs of our gifted youth, their families and educators. We know Terry will still be an active member, supporting us wherever she is needed. Thank you Terry!
Jennifer Barr and Roger Dowd will now fill the Past President's shoes as they pass their baton(s) to our new president, Diana Caldeira. Roger and Jennifer will be very busy in their roles of Past Presidents as they will not only be providing much needed consultation and support for the president and president elect, but they have very specific responsibilities crucial to the organization.
Diana Caldeira will take the helm as CAGT President for the next two year term. With her incredible organizational skills, thoroughness and passion, she will continue the work our former presidents put into motion and set forth new ideas and initiatives of her own to grow and strengthen our association.
Our new President-Elect, Colleen Urlik, will begin her work contributing to ideas, discussions and decisions that impact the work of our organization, but her biggest role is organizing and overseeing our 42nd and 43rd annual conferences - she will be a busy lady!
Stefanie Renquist will continue her work as Treasurer/Membership Chair, but has also taken on the role of secretary (vacated by Colleen when she was elected President-Elect) until our next election this fall. Thank you Stefanie!
We are excited to begin our work together to continue to build a stronger and more impactful organization to improve the educational opportunities for the gifted and talented children throughout Colorado. Congratulations to all of you in your new positions!
We're Gearing Up for our 42nd Annual Conference - A Gifted State of Mind
The 42nd Annual Conference - A Gifted State of Mind will be October 20 through the 22nd at the Embassy Suites and Convention Center in Loveland. Events are opening weekly and conference registration will open Friday, May 3rd. Please check out the conference tab for more information!
The Foundation for Colorado Gifted and Talented
Looking for scholarships and grants for students and teachers? Please go to The Foundation for Colorado Gifted and Talented at www.cogtfoundation.org for more information.