Laura Crow

Development Associate

Laura hails from the Northwest, spending her childhood in Southeast Alaska. She headed to Los Angeles for college, where she got her Bachelor's degree in Theatre Arts and a minor in Photography from Loyola Marymount University. She stayed in Los Angeles after graduating and "accidentally" moved to Aspen when she was sent by Hillstone to open and train staff at the beloved White House Tavern. 

Laura previously worked at the Buddy Program as recruitment manager and programs coordinator. She remains a Big Buddy in our community. Laura has continually volunteered as a camp counselor for The Laurel Foundation in Los Angeles since 2009. She was awarded volunteer of the year in 2013 for organizing a yearly prom fundraiser and for her achievement in recruiting fellow counselors.

She is honored and thrilled to be joining Aspen Public Radio, as she is a daily listener and supporter of public radio, especially APR. While growing up in Alaska, Laura's father had a weekly Sunday night jazz program on KRBD Ketchikan called Serenade in Jazz. She loved going down to the studio, and even got to do the radio ID- her first radio experience. 

Laura's interests include: traveling, theatre, photography, movies, Yellowstone, puns and breathing fresh air outside.

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Aspen Public Radio’s development associate Laura Crow explained why she’s so passionate about supporting public media.

Hike for Hope's founders discuss the importance of muscular dystrophy awareness for our community members. The Sharp family will continue to keep moving forward, remain grateful, and do what they can to be part of curing genetic diseases. 

Ian Sharp, son of Carole and Bob Sharp of Aspen, has Becker muscular dystrophy. Ian's parents share some insight into what this entails, why it's important for our community to be aware of this disease and how Ian is able to thrive. 

Bob and Carole Sharp started this organization when they learned of their son's muscular dystrophy prognosis. A new, advance technology, Crispr- Cas9, has brought hope to those with genetic diseases. 

Carole and Bob Sharp are the founders of the Hike for Hope Foundation. Their son Ian has muscular dystrophy and the Sharps raise money to put toward research for curing muscular dystrophy and other neuromuscular diseases. 

Aspen Hall of Fame Board Member and Aspen native Lisa Hancock shares how she views the future of Aspen and the surrounding areas.   Founder and co-president Jeanette Darnauer and co-president David Gutherie discuss the future of the Aspen Hall of Fame. 

30 years ago, the Aspen Hall of Fame held its first introduction  banquet, Jeanette Darnauer founder and co-president of the Aspen Hall of Fame says if there's one event in town that's still able to connect the communities of Aspen and Snowmass, it's the banquet.