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2016 Annual Awards Luncheon; Thursday, September 15, 2016; 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Grand Hyatt Denver; featuring keynote speaker, Robin P. Hickenlooper, VP Corporate Development, Liberty Media Corporation and First Lady of Colorado
Join us on Thursday, August 4 from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm
Maggiano’s DTC featuring speaker Dr. Nita Mosby Tyler,
Senior Vice President of Human Resources and Chief Inclusion Officer,
Children's Hospital Colorado
Sponsored by IHS Markit
The CWCC focuses on strategies to help you work smarter, network effectively, and compete successfully. We concentrate on three strategic areas: business and leadership education, networking, and advocacy on issues that affect your bottom line.
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Thank you to Robin Heller, Chief Technology & Operations Officer for IMA Financial Groups, for speaking at our Downtown Luncheon yesterday. She told us about her remarkable life journey highlighting the importance of a supportive family and mentors. Join us on Thursday, August 4 at Maggiano's DTC to hear Dr. Nita Mosby Tyler, Senior Vice President of Human Resources and Chief Inclusion Officer at Children's Hospital Colorado sponsored by IHS Markit. ... See MoreSee Less
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