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#WomenCrushingWednesday w/ Gena Buhler

Name   Gena Buhler Organization  Theatre Projects Title  Head of New Business Development, North America   Community work (board service, volunteering, mentoring, etc.)  Denver Health Volunteer CWCC Involvement (CWCC member for x amount of years, Engagement within CWCC: serve on our board, support our members and team, etc.)   New member this year The Why: Why do […]

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Silver Linings: Making Career Moves by Kara Hardman

Silver Linings is a blog series created and written by members of the CWCC Young Professionals board to engage and support other young professionals (and everyone, really), and to share their perspectives, experiences, and to show that no one is alone as we work through overcoming challenging times.  Making Career Moves by Kara Hardman In […]

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#WomenCrushingWednesday w/ Tracey Abbott

Name: Tracey Abbott Company: Refuge Acupuncture, Founder, refugeacupuncture.com Community Service/Involvement: Member of the Board of Trustees of the M.S. Society and Member of the Board of the Women’s Chamber of Commerce- M Club. Henry Crown Fellow at the Aspen Institute and Presidential Leadership Scholar with President George W. Bush and President William H. Clinton. 25 […]

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#WCW w/ Erin Pulling

Name: Erin Pulling Organization: Food Bank of the Rockies Title: CEO Community work (board service, volunteering, mentoring, etc.)  Board Chair of Colorado Nonprofit Association, Denver Health’s Community Engagement Committee, HealthONE’s Behavioral Health Advisory Council, Volunteer at Delores Project and Project Angel Heart CWCC Involvement (CWCC member for x amount of years, Engagement within CWCC: serve on our […]

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Mental Health and Haagen-Dazs by Celeste Palermo

“A manicure does not constitute self-care,” I once told a friend. “That is just maintenance.” Upon further reflection, however, I must qualify my remark: When that manicure is spent nurturing a relationship, it becomes more than a touch-up for my nails. It morphs from maintenance into intentional self-care. Monthly manicures with my daughter, Morgan, have […]

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