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Stephanie Garnica

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Stephanie Garnica is the director of global engagement at Denver’s Economic Development & Opportunity Office. In this role, Stephanie leads the international strategy for the city to leverage and promote its’ global assets to attract foreign direct investment, oversees diplomacy, advises on international affairs and elevates Denver’s reputation as a global hub of activity. She brings a wealth of economic development and community leadership experience to the job and is known as a well-connected resource for the international community.

Her previous roles include senior manager of air service development for Denver International Airport (DEN); director of business development for the World Trade Center Denver; and director of trade & investment for the Americas at the Colorado Office Economic Development and International Trade. She lived and worked in Central America after graduating college and is fluent in Spanish. She has traveled and worked extensively throughout the world and hosted global visitors to Denver from over 100 countries.

Given her deep international experience, Garnica is involved in several globally-focused initiatives in the Denver Metro area. She is a Board Member of the Biennial of the Americas, World Trade Center Denver, Japan America Society of Colorado and Study Colorado. She also serves on the CIBER (Center for International Business Education & Research) Advisory Council at the University of Colorado at Denver and as an Advisory Member of the Global Community Engagement Program at the University of Denver’s University College. Garnica received a master’s degree in International Business from the University of Colorado at Denver and an undergraduate degree in International Marketing from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Married to a Bolivian and the mother of three kids, she enjoys raising globally-minded citizens of the world, hiking, reading, traveling and cooking.


Stephanie earned an MSIB from University of Colorado at Denver.