Alumni Association

About The Association

The Urban Leadership Foundation of Colorado Alumni Association is comprised of over 300 graduates and some of Colorado's most influential up and coming leaders.  Upon graduation from our programs, graduates are welcomed into one of the most active and recognized African American professional networks Denver has to offer.  As an association, our goal is to provide alumni with an invaluable network, continuing education, community involvement and leadership/professional advancement opportunities.  In addition to provide value to our alumni, collectively we are very civically active and strive to make a difference in our community and state.

The Alumni Pledge & Reward Program

The ULFC Alumni Pledge & Reward Program is an annual (Jan – Dec) giving program for Alumni of ULF Connect.  With a tax deductible gift of a minimum of $50 pledged and fulfilled by March 1, of each year, club members receive ULFC perks and access to exclusive deals offered by official ULFC reward partners.

Alumni Meetings & Panels


Quarterly Alumni Brunch & Org. Meeting

The Alumni Quarterly Brunch is intended for alumni to get an update from organization leadership, network with other alumni and engage in meaningful dialog around leadership, politics, business, community service and more.

Chamber Connect Wellington Webb

Annual Political Leadership Panel

The Political Leadership Panel is an annual event open to the current class and all alumni and gives our organization a chance to dialog with Colorado's political leaders include Mayors, State Legislators, City Council members and others about the state of the current political climate and initiatives.


Annual Business Leadership Panel

The Annual Business Leadership Panel is a must attend for all entrepreneurs and business leaders. This event is open to the current class and all alumni and gives our organization a chance to learn from and network with some of Colorado's most success business owners.


Annual Community Leadership Panel

Community leaders and organizations often stand in the gap where government and business fall short and are usually on the front lines of the challenges that face our community and state. This event serves as a way for our current class and alumni to engage in meaningful dialog with our community leaders.