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#WomenCrushingWednesday w/ Erica McIntire

Name – Erica McIntire Organization – Bank of America Title – Market Manager Community work (board service, volunteering, mentoring, etc.) – Erica currently serves on the boards of Emily Griffith Foundation and Enterprise Community Partners, as well as, on committees for the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce, Prosper Colorado and Bank On Denver.  She is […]

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#WomenCrushingWednesday w/ Ale Spray

Name: Alejandra “Ale” Spray Organization: Mortenson Title: Business Development Manager – Community Engagement Community work (board service, volunteering, mentoring, etc.): I have the honor of serving on the following boards:  Bellco Credit Union Centura / Avista Adventist Hospital Mile  High Youth Corps Society for Marketing Professional Services, Colorado Chapter Furthermore I am fortunate to mentor couple young […]

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#WomenCrushingWednesday w/ Elizabeth Howard

Name – Elizabeth Howard Organization – TIAA Title – Sr. Director, Risk Oversight Community work (board service, volunteering, mentoring, etc.) I’m an influencer and leader of the TIAA Women’s business resource group (BRG), mentor, coach, advocate, and community giver.  I’m a proud Colorado Native, University of Denver graduate and ardent supporter of our state, the city of Denver, […]

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#WomenCrushingWednesday w/ Debbie Brown

Debbie Brown, President, Colorado Business Roundtable  Community work: I have served on the Board of the Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame and as Board Chair of Cherry Creek Academy, a public K-8 charter school. Some newer volunteer work revolves around women’s economic opportunity and political participation globally through two organizations: the Institute for the Economic […]

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February is the New January by Celeste Palermo

If “50 is the new 30,” and “Orange Is the New Black,” then “February is the new January.” After nine months of Groundhog’s Day, the fresh start 2021 promised smells like we forgot about January in the washing machine. Notwithstanding a few bright spots, it was largely 31 more sourish days of 2020. January, with […]

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