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Vision & Mission
The Southern Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce is the premiere organization for women in business.
To support, develop and promote women for success in business. We achieve this by creating opportunities for women in business through education, information exchange, collaborative partnership, and alliances that promote commerce and economic empowerment.
Sunset Meet & Greet: Now June 2
To avoid the long holiday weekend, we've moved back a week for the next Sunset Meet & Greet. Keep the Memorial Day celebrations going and welcome the long-awaited start of Summer on Thursday, June 2, from 5-7 pm at the downtown branch of Academy Bank, 1 South Tejon. [ map ]
We'll be hosted by Sales Manager Greg Garrison, who was happy to offer the downtown branch for an exciting social event in the Women's Chamber schedule.
You'll enjoy wine selections and an array of appetizers, along with plenty of happy hour networking. Join us for exciting second-quarter business socializing with a dynamic group of peers and associates at Academy Bank's most central branch. See you there!
! REMEMBER ! All discounts EXPIRE the Tuesday immediately preceding the event.
Register by Close of Business
TUESDAY, 05/31 & $AVE
Non-members $20 | Members $15 >> Register Today >>
After May 31: All late registrations / walk-ins $25
Monthly Business Luncheon: June 21
AT GARDEN OF THE GODS Club & Resort - on June 21 - the SCWCC Monthly Business Luncheon welcomes Jamie Hollier for an engaging program on Digital Literacy. As an entrepreneur and consultant, Jamie is passionate about technology and how it can be used to create stronger communities and improve organizations.
Increasingly, your personal levels of comfort, knowledge, and skill with technology will heavily impact your business success. Digital literacy is an ongoing process - across an ever-changing continuum of multiple facets - and not just an end goal to be attained and forgotten. Join us for a conversation on what digital literacy means today and what it may mean in the future. You'll leave with information on how to stay current, informed, and safe online - by employing tech tips that work now and into the future.
Ms. Hollier is the Co-CEO/Co-Owner of Anneal, a technology consulting firm, and Co-Owner at Commerce Kitchen, a custom software consultancy. She has worked with a wide range of clients from public and private sectors, is a board member for the Digital Public Library of America, and was honored as a White House Champion of Change.
As a volunteer, Jaime led the digital literacy committee for the Colorado State Broadband Plan, served as a judge for Boulder Startup Weekend, and worked as a planning committee member for Denver Startup Week.
Speaking on the topics of leadership, digital literacy, project management, and future studies, she has presented at the White House, and shared remarks for the American Library Association, the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, StartupDenver, Colorado Women's College and many others.
*Member registrations needed by COB THURSDAY, 04/14 to $AVE
Non-members $45 | Members $38 >> Register Today >>
After June 16: All late registrations / walk-ins $45
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||2016 Luncheon Venue
First Fridays at The Inn at Garden Plaza
Join the Women's Chamber for FREE networking at The Inn at Garden Plaza, 2520 International Circle at 7:30 AM on the First Friday of each month.
Give yourself enough time to get situated - opt for on-site coffee and continental breakfast items (on the honor system to cover costs) - then get ready to spend some quality time with our growing and dynamic group of early-bird networkers.
The complex can be found just slightly south-and-east of Stargazers (off Pikes Peak) and offers plenty of lot and on-street free parking. You'll enter the main doors, locate elevators on the right (across from reception), then go down one level and the meeting room is to the immediate left. Bring plenty of business cards, and we'll see you then!