CCD President Freeman Honored by Mayor Hancock

The annual My Brother's Keeper Initiative for Denver Honored 25 Local Supporters

CCD President Dr. Everette Freeman was honored by Michael B. Hancock at the annual My Brother's Keeper Initiative Denver award luncheon, MBK25.

CCD is proud to support this important initiative and is grateful for this acknowledgment.

About the MBK25 Program

The mission of the MBK25 Program is to further extend the work of the broader Denver My Brother's Keeper Program and to celebrate and showcase the individuals working to ensure that boys and young men of color in Denver can reach their full potential. Members of the MBK25 Class of 2017 are listed here.

If you want to get involved or volunteer for MBK, you can learn more at denvergov.org/mybrotherskeeper.

Congratulations Dr. Freeman!

Dr. Everette Freeman serves as the president of Community College of Denver. He is an eminent scholar and admired for his commitment to prepare students for future careers and civic involvement. Dr. Freeman has established a countless number of agreements with area colleges and universities to provide students with a path to further advance their educational aspirations, and through forming collaborative partnerships with local and national corporations, Dr. Freeman has helped students transition successfully to the start of their careers.

Stay current with Dr. Freeman via his ongoing blog articles. Everette also welcomes dialog and conversations with CCD students via Twitter and Facebook.