Member Profile: Boy Scouts

It’s summer, which means many of us will be looking forward to campouts and twilight hikes, none more so than Boy Scouts. And now — for the first time ever — girls will be also welcomed into the iconic program of character and leadership development. As a CWCC member for years, the Boy Scouts organization […]

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Cummins, Inc: Driving Change for Women and Girls Locally and Globally

Cummins, Inc. celebrates its 100-year anniversary in 2019, but its mission and values are anything but old-fashioned. The diesel, natural gas, and electrified power company has a legacy of doing what right for its customers and community. As the Sustaining Sponsor of the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce Girls Rising event, Cummins aligns its corporate […]

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Xcel Energy: powering the next generation of STEM leaders

Gone are the days when utility jobs and STEM careers were assumed to be filled by men alone, but there is still a lot of work to be done to ensure that young women know all of their career options. One influential company at the forefront of this issue is Xcel Energy Colorado. As the […]

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Denver Water is passionate about building pipelines… yes, those and the other ones

Denver Water, a long-time member and supporter of the Colorado Women’s Chamber, has recently extended their support of the CWCC as a Sustaining Sponsor of our upcoming Girls Rising event on May 15, 2019. Denver Water shares our mission to advance women in business. We caught up with Amy Turney, Chief Distribution and Property Manager, […]

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Susan Frew: Turning the HVAC Industry on Its Head Gasket

“Who is that lady running Sunshine and what the hell is she doing over there?” This is a question heard around the Heating and Cooling industry around the time Susan Frew started Sunshine Plumbing, Heating & Air. It was 2007, just before the economic crisis. Trade industries then – just as today – were facing […]

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