Amelia Tenne's career has spanned healthcare, affordable housing, and workforce development. Currently, she serves as the Public Information Officer for the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment, where she promotes and furthers its vision of creating an economy that elevates all of Colorado. Her knowledge and experience in healthcare and affordable housing have informed her approach to her job as health, housing, and work are the three most important components influencing one's quality of life.
Encompassing people of all income levels, orientations, beliefs, genders, races, and ethnicities, Denver's Queer People of Color (QPOC) community is one of the city's most vibrant. By expanding their networks, sharing resources, and advocating for one another, Amelia believes that Denver's QPOC can to make the city a better and more equitable place to live.
Outside of work, you can find Amelia reading, writing, advocating for harm reduction and refugee education, or improving her French, Spanish, and Hebrew. She lives with her wife, Reut, in Denver.