Loving the Local Community

There are some amazing things happening in Fort Collins, and Gilchek Creative is proud to be a part of them.

Define the Line – Define the Line is a non-traditional harassment training tool in the form of a comic book to help train, educate and empower individuals, managers, and business owners to create safe and secure workplaces. Developed by HR consultants Nikki Larchar and Tina Todd at simplyHR, I’m thrilled to come alongside them as a marketing consultant, Kickstarter backer and enthusiastic cheerleader.

Arts & Found – Arts & Found is a weekly newsletter that connects modern crafters and makers in Northern Colorado. Sewist Ayelet Golz is passionate about bringing together the local creative community, and I’m honored to be a newsletter sponsor and Energizer Bunny-level volunteer.

Fort Collins Kessel Runners Running Club – Avid geeks know that when we enjoy our fandoms, we’re usually sitting on the couch. Led by Pokémon expert Yvonne Kullberg, getting off that couch and crossing the finish line at the annual Kessel Run on May the Fourth is the goal of this local running club. (Yes, that’s yours truly in the video.)

Fort Collins Comic Con – Every now and then, I like to share some geek musings. Nick Armstrong, co-founder of the Fort Collins Comic Con, generously lets me do that on their blog.

Young Minds at Work (National Take Your Child to Work Day) – As a school kid who excelled in the arts but struggled with math and science, I’m thrilled to be an annual sponsor for this amazing STEM event hosted at Lockheed Martin’s Boulder campus. Every year, Gilchek Creative donates children’s books to the “quiet room,” which is a calm and relaxing environment for over-stimulated families who need a break. If you’re interested in learning more about being a sponsor, let’s chat! I’ll get you in contact with the right people.


♥ Got an amazing thing happening in Fort Collins? We’d love to know about it!