Life in Transition: A Conversation with CC Alumnus Jack Teter '13

    Life   in   Transition : A Conversation with CC Alumnus Jack Teter '13 
Life in Transition: A Conversation with CC Alumnus Jack Teter '13 
Graduating from CC in 2013 with a major in religion and a minor in feminist and gender studies, Jack Teter currently serves as the regional director of government affairs for Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains, where he crafts policies to expand access to reproductive health care.  He has contributed to legislation at state and national levels on abortion, gender-affirming care shield laws, and insurance coverage for STI testing, prevention, and treatment, and he is currently drafting a 2024 ballot measure to repeal Colorado's constitutional ban on public insurance coverage for abortion. Prior to joining Planned Parenthood, Jack worked to pass legislation on education funding equity and school discipline reform.  He serves on various boards, including One Colorado, the statewide LGBTQ advocacy organization, and New Era Colorado, a youth advocacy organization; he also serves on Denver's LGBTQ Commission.  An experienced organizer at the intersection of progressive politics and faith communities, Jack was the first transgender staffer at the State Capitol. 
Time: Tuesday, October 3, 2023, 3:30 pm-5:00 pm
Location: Gaylord Hall, main floor of Worner Campus Center, 902 N. Cascade Ave. (map)
Admission Fee: (free for all audiences unless noted below):
Free for CC Students and CC ID holdersThis event is not open to the general public.Light refreshments will be served. 
Co-sponsored by Religion and Feminist and Gender Studies.For accessibility options or more information, please email
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