Throughout his career, Londell has supported organizations which have worked to uplift Denver's underserved and marginalized communities as well as those organizations which support Colorado's nonprofit sector do what they do better. Additionally, he has worked for private foundations and nonprofit organizations which have had a national reach to support LGBTQ+ rights, workforce development priorities, and our nation's personal financial education sector. Over the years, Londell has lent his time and talents to numerous groups and organizations such as local workforce development boards, citywide commissions, foundation boards, educational committees, national affinity group committees, and several more.
Londell earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Metropolitan State University of Denver in Nonprofit Administration in Urban Communities and went on to complete a Master of Education degree from Regis University with a specialization in Adult Learning, Training, and Development. These educational attainments have allowed Londell to assist nonprofit professionals and their customers and clients achieve their highest goals, objectives and outcomes.
Londell is proud to be a 4th generation Denver native as well as a 6th generation Colorado Territory native who has over 25 years of combined professional, volunteer, and educational experience from which he draws upon while in his role as Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Access (DEIA) Specialist for CDLE’s Office of Future of Work.