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Core Values

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Integrity: We strive to do the right thing at all times and in all circumstances, whether or not anyone is watching.

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Commitment: We are dedicated to the program and to ensuring that each of us reaches our own unique, personal potential.

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Perseverance: We don’t stop until we reach our goals - always putting forth our best effort, even when faced with difficulties or roadblocks along the path to success.

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Inclusivity: We are a learning-centered organization that values the perspectives and contributions of everyone involved. We incorporate the needs, talents, and perspectives of the community we serve into the design and implementation of our program.

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Our History

A National Movement: Since 1995, students from urban public schools across the country have benefited from longitudinal support in: Education, Health & Wellness, Community, and Career. Beginning with SquashBusters in Boston, then spreading to New York with StreetSquash and CitySquash, and subsequently as far away as India, there are now 22 member programs in operation.

Mile High Squash Comes To Denver: In 2008, Mile High Squash was launched with the support of Mayor Hickenlooper, The Anschutz Foundation, The Denver Athletic Club, The Hashim Khan Foundation, and a dedicated group of leaders.

Mile High Squash Becomes Mile High 360: In late 2014, Mile High Squash added cycling as a second anchor sport in order to expand the number of students served, resulting in a stronger organization with improved stability and sustainability for generations to come. With that pivot, Mile High Squash changed its name to Impact360 - now Mile High 360. This program expansion brought the cycling community’s passion to the aid of students who were ready to reach for the stars.

Mile High 360 Today: Mile High 360 runs on two campuses. The Denver Athletic Club campus holds up to 40 students across grades 9-12, and the West Leadership Academy campus - a local 6-12 school - holds up to 80 students in grades 6-12. Students at each campus receive instruction across the three core content areas of Academics, Health & Wellness, and Life Skills.

Mile High 360 Tomorrow: We envision a single, comprehensive services campus that’s able to engage 260 students and is co-lead by a professional staff alongside Mile High 360 students.

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Eric Eiteljorg
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Eric Eiteljorg joined Mile High 360 as its Executive Director in 2011. Eric graduated from Amherst College with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and earned a dual Ph.D. in Cognitive Science and Education (Educational Psychology) in 2007, from the University of Colorado, Boulder. While he and his wife are from the east coast, they and their two children consider Denver to be home.

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Marisol De Luna Martinez
Middle School Academic Coordinator

Marisol, a Denver native, is both a Mile High 360 student and a staff member. She is currently studying English and communication at the University of Colorado Denver. She has a passion for education and wants to provide MH360 students with the same opportunities and academic support that encouraged her to pursue higher education.

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Linsie Fell
Director of Programming

Linsie joined Mile High 360 in 2015 as an Academic Coordinator eventually moving to Postsecondary Coordinator, and she is currently the Director of Programming. Linsie graduated from the University of Kansas in 2009 with a BA in English and earned an MA in Secondary Education from Pittsburg State University in 2011. Before joining Mile High 360, Linsie taught 6th and 7th grade English Language Arts in Kansas City, Kansas. She is originally from Aurora, Colorado, and now she and her husband and their two kids call it home.

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Natalie Henson
Post-Secondary Coordinator

Originally from Virginia, Natalie graduated from the University of North Carolina at Asheville with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology. She volunteered four years of service through AmeriCorps City Year Seattle/King County and Peace Corps Peru. She started at Mile High 360 as the High School Academic Coordinator. With strong relationships and a passion for after high school advising, she is excited to continue with our students as they grow into adults.

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Natalie A. Martinez
Director of Development

Natalie is excited to be part of the Mile High 360 team. She is a fifth-generation Denver native, and has been part of the Denver-metro non-profit community since the early 1990s. As the new director of development, Natalie is looking forward to bringing new resources and strategies to Mile High 360. She was the first person in family to matriculate to college and graduated with a bachelor of science in international law from Georgetown University and an MPA from the University of Colorado. Natalie’s kids are Sydney, a freshman at Arizona State University, and Eddie, a UPS driver. Natalie is a huge fan of all her hometown teams especially the Denver Broncos. She loves to spend time with family and friends, read, play tennis and turkey hunt.

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Meagan Sudhoff
Cycling Coordinator

Meagan holds a Bachelor of Science in Natural Resources from Purdue Univerity. Before joining Mile High 360, she served as a Peace Corps volunteer in West Africa, worked for the Forest Service, Park Service, and more recently as a bike mechanic. She is an avid fixed gear cyclist and looks forward to sharing her passion for cycling with every student. Meagan hails from Fort Wayne, Indiana.

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Matt Seagrave
Cycling Coordinator

Matt grew on the gulf coast in a family of swimmers. At a young age, he fell in love with riding and racing bikes, which lead to a career as a professional triathlete and cyclist. He graduated from St. Edwards University with a B.A. in media productions. After his athletic career, he became a teacher with a specialization in dyslexia and other learning differences. Matt joined Mile High 360 in August of 2019 as a cycling coordinator.

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360 Executive Team

The design and implementation of the 360 Leadership Teams is the cornerstone to Mile High 360’s commitment to co-leadership. A core value at Mile High 360, Inclusion - incorporating the needs, perspectives, and talents of the community we serve into the design and implementation of the program - is not a final achievement. For Mile High 360, Inclusion is a stepping stone to co-leadership, an intentionally collaborative decision making approach (students and staff) to a dynamic organization that is constantly learning - fine tuning itself - because it is responsive to the needs of the students it serves and the ever shifting educational landscape. In 2019 Mile High 360 will launch the 360 Executive Team, which will collaborate with the Executive Director, charting the course for Mile High 360.

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360 Program Team

The design and implementation of the 360 Leadership Teams is the cornerstone to Mile High 360’s commitment to co-leadership. A core value at Mile High 360, Inclusion - incorporating the needs, perspectives, and talents of the community we serve into the design and implementation of the program - is not a final achievement. For Mile High 360, Inclusion is a stepping stone to co-leadership, an intentionally collaborative decision making approach (students and staff) to a dynamic organization that is constantly learning - fine tuning itself - because it is responsive to the needs of the students it serves and the ever shifting educational landscape. In 2019 Mile High 360 will launch the 360 Program Team, which will collaborate with the Program Director on both the design and implementation of programming and corresponding evaluations.