Denver, Colorado – The Colorado Chambers of Commerce Executives (CCCE) convened for their annual conference and awards celebration May 1-May 3, 2019 at Courtyard by Marriot Denver/Cherry Creek in Denver, CO.
The Southern Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce (SCWCC) is excited to share that Lola Woloch has been named the CEO of the Year 2018 in theColorado Chamber of Commerce Executives Annual Awards by the Colorado Chamber and the Colorado Chamber of Commerce Executives Association. The Annual Awards at the CCCE Conference allows for chamber leaders to be recognized by their peers in Colorado for various awards each year. This year’s award ceremony was held on Thursday, May 2nd.
Dennis Houston, Board Chairman of CCCE, along with Lauren Schwartz with The Colorado Chamber, presented Lola with the award. Dennis had this to say about why Lola won this prestigious award:
“Among the many 2018 accomplishments that the SCWCC Board Chair credited to this Chamber’s CEO are launching a business magazine of the Chamber, increasing membership revenue by 28%, increasing program revenue by 47%, increasing program attendance by 97%, increasing Foundation scholarship funding by 91%, and of course, hosting all of us at the 2018 CCCE Conference.”
Lola accepted the award and credited her Board members with the ongoing success of the SCWCC:
“… We have a big job to do, there’s no doubt about it … I will tell you this: it is a commitment to serving the greater good of the community … This award really doesn’t belong to me, it really belongs to everyone standing here in front of me today. If your Board believes in serving the greater good and not their self-interests, that’s what makes a difference in the community. I am humbled, and I am truly honored in receiving this award, and this award goes to everybody in Colorado who wants to make a difference in serving their community.”
ABOUT LOLA WOLOCH
Lola Woloch has proven to be successful in developing business through effective marketing activities, product launches, launching and re-engineering sales teams, creating distribution strategy, implementing innovative marketing ideas, developing new business opportunities, as well as operational process improvements to increase revenue. She has held the position of President and CEO of the Southern Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce (SCWCC) since 2015 and has consistently moved this organization forward.
The Southern Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce (SCWCC) was founded in 1993 and is a member-based non-profit 501(C)(6) organization. SCWCC is committed to economic vitality for its members and the community. With strategic business and political relationships, the SCWCC offers impactful connections to support business in the Southern Colorado region. SCWCC focuses on strategies to create an environment for business success by providing networking and educational opportunities, building business relationships, and advocating for its members and the community it serves. SCWCC works to provide members with meaningful networking, member-only business promotions, directory and calendar listings, and sponsorship opportunities at branded special events. In addition, SCWCC offers programs to support leadership, community, and civic involvement through the Chamber, as well as opportunities for philanthropy through the SCWCC Foundation. Scwcc.com
The Colorado Chamber of Commerce Executives (CCCE) is an organization of local chamber executives whose purpose is to improve the professionalism of chambers, provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and act as both a resource and a liaison to the Colorado Association of Commerce & Industry—the Colorado Chamber. Cochamberexecs.com
About The Colorado Chamber
The Colorado Chamber is the only business association that works to improve the business climate for all sizes of business from a statewide, multi-industry perspective. What The Colorado Chamber accomplishes is good for all businesses, and that’s good for the state’s economy. The Colorado Chamber was created in 1965 based on the merger of the Colorado Chamber of Commerce and the Colorado Manufacturers’ Association. As a private, non-profit organization, The Colorado Chamber’s work is funded solely by its members. COchamber.com
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