Matthew Ché Kowal is the founder of Majestic Collaborations. He works with clients to inspire advocacy and leverage international perspectives into locally directed initiatives such as Denver Arts and Venues‘ Denver Music Strategy.
Currently, Matthew is hard at work inspiring national interest in event planning and safety with the Art of Mass Gatherings Symposium.
In the past, Matthew inspired advocacy for Colorado’s music community by leading Canadarado, FACTOR Canada’s 2017 Musical Trade Mission to Denver. He also curated New Belgium Brewing’s Tour de Fat festival from 2005-2016, which included coordination of Grammy award-winning artists, community partners and 40+ nonprofits, pioneering sustainability practices, building collective leadership, promotion of alternative transportation, and striving to address gender and diversity equity in his talent booking.
As a community leader, Matthew has applied festival coordination skills to his activism and range of volunteer positions.
Since 1995, Matthew has fronted Denver-based R&B band “The Reals,” which was declared to be a Colorado staple by Governor Hickenlooper.
Molly A. North is a founder of Majestic Collaborations. She works to create meaningful and inspiring experiences for her community, mainly through the built environment, including transportation systems.
Formerly the Executive Director of BikeDenver, Molly is currently pursuing a graduate degree in civil engineering with an emphasis in transportation.
Her passion is to design excellent projects and plans to ensure safe and enjoyable active transportation for people of all ages and abilities.
Certified by the League of American Bicyclists as a Master Cyclist, Molly has taught hundreds of riders to ride right. She loves riding with her family and neighbors to work and school, year-round!
She recently launched a line of pickled, fermented and preserved goods and is working with local businesses to design, install, and maintain beautiful, edible landscapes.