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The Great Reset: Recovering from the ‘Shecession’

For more than a year, the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce, TARRA, and our partners at Metropolitan State University of Denver have been on a listening tour to evaluate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on women in business – and provide solutions for recovery.  This research project culminated with the final session in our […]

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Should Women Seek Gender-Specific Care?

It’s well known that health care isn’t one-size-fits-all. Each person comes with a unique health history, social/emotional factors, circumstances and environment. Women, in particular, have unique needs and considerations when it comes to their health. Not only do women have conditions specific to the female body— pregnancy, breast health, gynecology, menopause— they also have distinctive […]

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Welcome, Yatzi Garcia!

Help us welcome our new Member Engagement and Operations Coordinator, Yatzi Garcia! Originally from York, Pennsylvania, Yatzi traded rolling green hills for the flatlands of Texas where she worked for the State Bar of Texas. We lured her to Colorful Colorado with the promise of beautiful vistas and ample space to run, hike, and explore […]

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Standing on the Shoulders of Giants

By Makisha Boothe, Founder of SistahBiz Global Network Being an entrepreneur is hard. Being an employer is – even harder. As my company evolves from “micro” business toward small business, managing growing pains, developing new teams, and building new departments can be a lot. Within just days, I’ll go from “whoa” to “no” and back […]

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