The Colorado Women’s Chamber provides many opportunities for our members to network with each other for a purpose. There’s nothing quite like the support we provide to each other as people in business who are passionate about supporting women. Each of the below groups are designed to provide the honest and candid support we need as business owners or women in the workplace. Best of all, these groups are included in the cost of membership and we encourage our members to participate and network with each other often. Scroll down for YP Board application.
Please join us the second Tuesday of each month from 9:00 -10:30 a.m. to brainstorm business ideas in a collaborative and supportive environment. This group was created to share business ideas, cultivate and educate business owners who want to achieve a higher level of success. Every other month, this group features a guest speaker who will focus on various business topics, while the months in-between are to check in with one another and highlight a group member and their business . Please contact Morgan Montgomery, Business Development Manager, with questions or call 303-458-0220.
Your business must be registered as an LLC or Inc. with the state of Colorado in order to participate.*
Large corporations and businesses are fortunate enough to have paid board positions to help these businesses experience success and navigate the ever-changing consumer landscape. As a mid-size, growing business owner, we could also benefit from this type of support, but lack the resources and time to do so. This group is comprised business owners of $1M+ revenue, of non-competing industries that advise us much like a paid board member would. This group meets the second Monday of every month, 11:00am – 1:00pm. Please contact Leah Caputo with questions or call 303-458-0220.
Women advancing in their careers need a specific type of support. How are companies going to recruit, retain and most importantly, GROW women into leadership and executive roles? We do things differently than men and according to a recent study by McKinsey and Company, at the current rate of change it’s going to take us over 100 years to catch up to where men are in the workplace. This group brings corporate, nonprofit, and mid-size business women together to talk about how we create this necessary change and let companies know how to provide the best support and experience the success that inevitably comes from having women and men in leadership roles. This group meets the 4th Monday of every month, 4:00 – 6:00pm. Please contact Leah Caputo, Program Manager, with questions or call 303-458-0220.
This group is designed for individuals in development and/or sales roles in small – large organizations to discuss strategies, share sales tools, creativity, support, and business development. This group meets the first Tuesday of every month, 2:00pm – 3:15pm. Contact Morgan Montgomery, Business Development Manager, to learn more.
This group is designed for leaders in organizations with employee/internal resource groups to share best practices and provide participants tools, education, and resources that will strengthen their organizational groups. This is a closed group that does allow for guests to attend certain meetings. This group meets the first Thursday of every month, 12:00pm – 1:00pm. Please reach out to Leah Caputo to learn more.
The Young Professionals group is developed in part with the chamber and the Young Professionals Board. The board is made up of young professionals, of all genders, representing small to large businesses, all industries and sectors. This board is designed to support and create programming for CWCC Young Professionals as they navigate their careers and businesses. This is done through quarterly professional development and social opportunities. This is a unique community of young professionals working to develop the next generation of leaders. There is an application process that opens in November each year. Terms go from December – November of the following year. To learn more and get involved, please reach out to Leah Caputo.