Michelle Barone
Cynthia Becker
Daniel Blegen
Liz Duckworth
Debra Faulkner
Mary Peace Finley
Lydia Griffin
Gail E. Haley
Joyce B. Lohse
Charlie Mac
Nancy Oswald
John Stansfield
Dorothy Yoder

Carolyn Brink spent fifteen years as an administrator at Emily Griffith Opportunity School, serving as coordinator of Consumer and Family Studies, assistant principal, and director of Support Services. Prior to that, she served four years as a program manager for the Colorado Community College System, six years as assistant professor at the University of Northern Colorado, and two years as a secondary school teacher in Minnesota.

A native of South Dakota, Carolyn earned a doctorate of philosophy from Oklahoma State University. She retired from EGOS in 2003 and currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Emily Griffith Foundation.   

Visit Carolyn at her website: www.carolynbrink.com.

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For Class Acts, Carolyn Brink interviewed and researched Opportunity School students attending over seven decades and wrote their inspiring stories of escape from abuse and homelessness, learning English in a new land, completing high school, founding businesses, preparing for medical school, and making great leaps in their careers.  

Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper writes in the foreward, "Through her interviews with alumni of the Emily Griffith Opportunity School, author Carolyn Brink captures the impact of the life of a selfless woman who chose to leave Denver, and the world, a better place." 

Class Acts: Stories from Emily Griffith Opportunity School - Paperback.
ISBN 978-0-86541-079-4   $ 12.95


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