Established in 1946, the ULMD has worked tirelessly to create a level playing field for African Americans and others of all ethnic and cultural backgrounds who reside in the Denver area. At both the national and local level, the focus has broadened to encompass “people of color” in vulnerable educational and economic circumstances, as well as impoverished whites who live in the target communities served by the League.
Sean Bradley – ULMD President
“Sean Eugene Bradley is the Co-Founder of Bradley Capitol Enterprises, LLC in Denver Colorado. He is also the President and CEO of the Urban League of Metropolitan Denver. Prior to serving as President and CEO of Bradley Capitol Enterprises, he served as National Director of Legislative Affairs for the American Federation for Children (AFC).”
The Whitney M. Young Jr., Gala will celebrate 72 years of ULMD and recognize trailblazers making an impact on workforce equity. Funds from the gala go toward ULMD programs to continue empowering our communities.
Join us on September 16, 2017!
The ULMD aims to help individuals attain economic self-sufficiency through advocacy and community organization as well as program services in areas of education, economic development, employment and training, youth and family services. Positioned to achieve great success, ULMD recognizes the opportunity and responsibility facing the greater Denver area.
The ULMD Presents the Whitney M. Young, Jr. Annual Awards Gala
Join us on September 16, 2017 to honor Denver’s trailblazers and champions for equal opportunities in the workplace. The inspiring evening will be hosted by Emmy Award winning journalist Tamara Banks, at the Robert and Judi Newman Center beginning at 6:00 p.m.
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