How Generosity Breeds Unexpected Joy in Business

Laura Bernero

John and Ashley Marsh are entrepreneurs in the construction, real estate and hospitality industries who have been key in rebuilding the small town of Opelika, Alabama through renovation projects and their business, Marsh Collective

In this video, they share their story about beauty from brokenness at the annual 2017 Generous Giving conference.

John will join Denver Institute as a speaker at “Business for the Common Good,” our annual half-day business event for leaders passionate about using their gifts and resources to shape our world.

Hear elected officials’ thoughts on the future of Colorado’s economy, be inspired by business leaders whose work is shaping communities across the country, and participate in a variety of breakout sessions.


Laura Bernero

Laura Bernero is our blog curator, overseeing both internal content and contributions from our amazing network of writers. She loves all things creative communications, acting on the belief that we all resonate with great narrative and connect to one another through story. In addition to her role at DIFW, she manages media storytelling campaigns at SE2, a Denver-based communications agency. She was 5280 Fellow in the inaugural 2016-17 class and can’t wait to see the program continue to empower leaders throughout Denver in their unique gifts and callings.


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