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Join the CWCC to lunch, network, and hear from speaker, Jane Okun Bomba, EVP and Chief Administrative Officer of IHS Markit. Click through the 'ticket link' to register!

11am Networking
11:40 Lunch
12:00 Program begins
$28 CWCC Members
$38 Prospective Members

CWCC monthly luncheons at both the downtown and DTC Maggiano’s feature talks with entrepreneurial female business leaders, networking opportunities and opportunities to gain visibility for your business. All speakers share their stories about how they achieved their success, best leadership practices, and key strengths to succeed in business and life. Visit www.cwcc.org to view our entire events calendar. We look forward to seeing you!

Throughout her career, Jane has led large transformational initiatives, implementing disciplined change management programs in parallel to ensure minimal disruption to enterprise performance. She has had particular success in engaging a diverse, global workforce through deliberate communications and team engagement activities, and travels extensively to meet in person with employees and investors.

Jane joined IHS in 2004 to lead the company’s IPO after which she assumed responsibility for many company challenges: the rebranding of the company, the development and implementation of a single global ERP and launching the company’s Corporate Sustainability function. Following the closing of the recent merger with Markit, Jane assumed the newly created Chief Administrative Officer role and is now leading the integration of all human resource policies and practices creating a great employee experience for 13,000 colleagues globally, and ensuring merger success through world class human capital management.

Prior to IHS, Jane was a partner at Genesis, Inc. and headed investor relations at Velocom, MediaOne Group, and Northwest Airlines. Jane held management positions in corporate finance at Northwest Airlines and American Airlines, and started her career with Price Waterhouse.

Jane serves on the Boards of the American Diabetes Association, the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, and the National Investor Relations Institute. She is a member of the University of Michigan School of Literature, Science and Arts Visiting Committee.

A native of New York, Jane holds both a BGS and an MBA from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. She completed graduate studies at the Stockholm School of Economics, and board director education in the Women’s Director Development Program at the Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University and the Directors’ Consortium.

Sponsored by: Delta Dental of Colorado
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Be the change you want to see on Capitol Hill! Learn the basic forms of advocacy and tips on how to communicate with elected officials and policy makers. Lunch provided.
Speakers include:
Sandra Hagen Solin, Founder and President & CEO, Capitol Solutions
Katelyn Roberts, COO, EIS Solutions Inc.

$30 Member
$40 Prospective Member

This lunch-and-learn event is designed to give an overview of policy making at the state legislative level and will teach the basic forms of advocacy as well how to effectively communicate with elected officials and policy makers.

Learn the skills and strategies you'll need for the upcoming CWCC Day at the Capitol event on January 31, 2018... and beyond.

1 – UNDERSTANDING THE LEGISLATION PROCESS: How are laws made, how can citizens track laws, how can citizens testify on bills that affect them?

2 – YOUR ROLE: GRASSROOTS INVOLVEMENT: Tips for grassroots involvement and advocacy, finding your elected leaders and how to contact them, organizations, townhalls, political parties, running for office.

This event is brought to you by the CWCC Public Affairs Committee. The mission of the CWCC Public Affairs Committee (PAC) is to support a Colorado economic environment that welcomes business interests to Colorado and supports their ability to grow and thrive. A thriving business community helps women-owned businesses and women within all businesses, large and small.

Hosted by: Xcel Energy
Lunch provided.
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