Donor Alliance Recognized as Denver Post Top Workplace for Tenth Year

DENVER ~ Donor Alliance, the nonprofit organ and tissue procurement organization serving Colorado and most of Wyoming, has been named by The Denver Post as a 2023 Top Workplace for the tenth year. This recognition is a testament to the hard work and dedication of Donor Alliance's employees.

Jennifer Prinz, President and CEO of Donor Alliance, expressed her pride in the recognition. "We are incredibly proud to be recognized as one of The Denver Post's 2023 Top Workplaces. Our employees bring their best selves to work every day to make lifesaving and healing impacts throughout our community."

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The rankings for Top Workplaces are determined exclusively by an anonymous feedback survey from employees. This survey evaluates various facets of the workplace culture, such as Alignment, Execution, and Connection across the entire organization. Employees reported that they feel clued in and supported by their leaders which resulted in Donor Alliance being awarded the Best at Making Work Meaningful designation.

Donor Alliance was also recently recognized as a 2023 Best Place to Work by Denver Business Journal in the extra-large company (100-249 employees) category. Last year alone 829 lifesaving organ transplants and 140,000 healing tissue transplants were made possible by heroic organ and tissue donors throughout their region.

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