The FTI Team Gives Back
Giving back to the community is a big part of working at FTI Consulting
FTI Consulting's Denver office recently volunteered with Girls on the Run of the Rockies, a national nonprofit that offers a physical activity-based positive youth development program designed to develop and enhance girls' social, psychological and physical competence to successfully navigate life experiences. The program combines training for a 5k with an interactive curriculum targeting competence, confidence, connection, character, caring and contribution. After viewing a presentation about Girls on the Run, FTI Consulting professionals input pre-run and post-run data from program participants into a system, and made encouraging marker sticks to hand out to runners after they complete each lap of their course.
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