Lance Hostetter serves as the Colorado Program Manager for the Educator Voice Fellowship. Over the past several years, Lance served in various roles in Colorado education advocacy, government, and politics. Prior to joining the Fellowship, Lance worked for the Colorado Department of Education as a Communications Manager where he primarily supported the Office of Early Learning and School Readiness with external and internal communication. He also worked with the Denver Scholarship Foundation, a Denver public charity, where he advocated for equitable college readiness and success practices for Denver Public Schools students. Lance also has experience with the Colorado Legislature, the governor’s office, and with congressional campaigns. He earned a Master of Public Administration from CU Denver; he also holds B.A. in communication.Lance lives in Denver, Colo. with his girlfriend Lindsay and their dog Brasky. In his free time, Lance enjoys running, hiking, playing guitar and sports, and sampling Colorado craft beers.