Celebrating Women’s History

By M.L. Hanson, CWCC Member There are many historical milestones to celebrate  women and the contributions they have made to Colorado.  As we’ve gained more access and independence our economy and culture has expanded.  The acceptance and inclusiveness of women in diverse roles has enriched the lives of our citizens.  One event that helped women […]

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Trade Mission to China – Final Day Reflections on Opportunities and Challenges

By Donna Evans, President and CEO of the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce The last day before we fly home started with a business meeting with an Australian business man doing business in China. He talked a lot about the opportunities in China and some of the challenges. One of the biggest challenges, the one […]

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Why Women’s History Matters

By Chaer Robert, CWCC Member Where are you from? I was born a couple blocks off Colfax Ave in Denver. I went to East High School, right off Colfax.  For 35 years my office has been on Colfax. For forty years I have lived within four blocks of Colfax.  If I ever wrote my autobiography, […]

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Trade Mission to China – Day 6

By Donna Evans, President and CEO of the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce  We started the day at the Lingyin Temple, the main feature is a 64.3 ft-high camphor-wood carved Buddha. The gardens are beautiful and the temples are brightly painted with intricate carvings. It is a working temple with monks who take care of […]

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