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CU Denver Chancellor Named 2016 ATHENA Winner – ColoradoBiz, 04.21.16

Dorothy Horrell, chancellor of the University of Colorado Denver, has been named the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce’s 2016 International ATHENA award winner. Horrell was selected because of her indelible impact on the Denver community as a pragmatic visionary and innovative strategist during her 40-year career.

Chancellor Dorothy Horrell receives ATHENA Leadership Award – CU Denver Today, 04.25.16

“I firmly believe that every single one of us has something special to do in this world.  Know that following your heart is not an abstraction, but rather the key to good leadership and a fulfilling life.  And as a wise mentor once told me, “Don’t miss the joy!”

Chancellor Dorothy Horrell Receives ATHENA Leadership Award, wn.com, 04.25.16

With those words, Dorothy Horrell, PhD, chancellor of the University of Colorado Denver, accepted the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce (CWCC) ATHENA Leadership Award on April 20, 2016. Horrell was chosen because of her extraordinary career and her indelible impact on the Denver community as a pragmatic visionary and innovative strategist.

CU Denver Chancellor Dorothy Horrell Given 2016 ATHENA Leadership Award, The Villager, 05.04.16

University of Colorado Denver Chancellor Dorothy Horrell, PhD, has been recognized by the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce (CWCC) as the 2016 ATHENA Leadership Award recipient. The ATHENA Leadership Award® was inspired by the goddess of Greek mythology known for her strength, courage, wisdom and enlightenment – qualities embodied in the ATHENA Leadership Model®.

Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce Announces ATHENA Nominees – ColoradoBiz, 03.28.16

Colorado Women’s Chamber has announced the nominees for the 2016 ATHENA Leadership award, which honors a successful, accomplished woman in the community.

Colorado Women’s Chamber Accepting Nominations – Westminster Window, 02.09.16

The Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce is seeking nominations of “an outstanding woman who best exemplifies exceptional professional achievement, devotion to community service and generosity in actively assisting other women in their attainment of professional excellence and leadership skills.”

Colorado Women’s Chamber Names 25 Most Powerful Women – Denver Business Journal, 11.17.15

They come from all walks of life. They are politicians. They work on transforming the city with redevelopment projects. They put the state on the map for international trade. They mold young minds in law school.

Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce Joins 2020 Women on Boards Affiliate

2020 Women on Boards is pleased to announce that the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce has become a 2020 Women on Boards Affiliate. As an Affiliate, the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce will play a critical role in the success of the 2020 campaign by helping to grow its base of supporters and communicating with stakeholders across the country that it’s time to put more women on corporate boards.

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