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Empowered and confident business women are vital for economic growth.
To support, develop and create opportunities for women in business through education, information exchange, collaborative partnerships, and alliances that promote commerce and economic empowerment.
PARTNER Luncheon: Tuesday, April 28
Each year the Women's Chamber partners with selected events that recognize women in the community - and urges its members to take part in those celebrations. The Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance, with the Better Business Bureau of Southern Colorado, will honor one woman business leader with the 2015 ATHENA Award on April 28.
Of 20 companies with nominees in the running, nearly half are SCWCC members, including: Care and Share Food Bank, Colorado Springs Health Partners, Conspire, Girl Scouts of Colorado, Lamar Outdoor, Memorial Hospital UCHealth, Prosper Creatively, Signarama, and With Substance, Inc.
Now in its 22nd year, and co-hosted by the Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance and the Better Business Bureau, the Athena Award has honored an area mentor who is involved in the community and highly accomplished in her business career. Notably included in this year's list is former SCWCC Executive Director Linda Mojer and current Board President Cass Mullane.
Complementing the ceremonies will be former TV newscaster Vicki Hitzges, who will deliver keynote remarks. This energetic motivator has worked in communications all her life, and knows the value of telling stories, using humor to engage and involve her audience.
April 28 | Athena Award Luncheon ... The Women's Chamber welcomes members and guests to its reserved tables for this celebration! Seating is limited, so register through SCWCC - first come, first served - to reserve your spot today >>
PARTNER Luncheon: Wednesday, May 20
May 20 | Unstoppable Women's Luncheon ... This spring luncheon & fundraiser will honor City Councilwoman (and 2014 Athena Award recipient) Jan Martin, plus celebrate Karen Possehl Women's Endowment graduating scholars.
The SCWCC Foundation works year-round to underwrite a full KPWE scholarship, which ensures that even more women in our community can complete their educations and become empowered to succeed.
Once again, members and guests are invited to sit with SCWCC for great company. Early birds save before May 7, so reserve your spot today >>