WorldDenver Celebrates International Women’s Day with an Event Featuring IWF Colorado MembersFebruary 15, 2021-Join three IWF Colorado (IWF CO) members as they observe International Women's Day with a WorldDenver event on Women in National Security. Patterned after the IWF CO event at MSU Denver in Fall 2019, IWF CO members Barbara Faulkenberry and Susan Helms among others will talk about how women can and are advancing US national security, and Janine Davidson will be highlighted as a special honoree.
Barbara Mowry Receives Bob Newman Lifetime Achievement AwardFebruary 8, 2021-Congratulations to IWF Colorado member Barbara Mowry for being recognized with the Bob Newman Lifetime Achievement Award by the Denver Business Journal. Visit the link for an interview with Barbara as well as a video highlighting her career path and successes.
Theresa Szczurek joins Western Colorado University BoardJanuary 14, 2021-Technology and Management Solutions, a management consulting firm, announces that Theresa M. Szczurek, CEO, has been appointed by Governor Jared Polis to the Western Colorado University Board of Trustees. Most recently, Szczurek served on Governor Polis' cabinet as the State of Colorado Chief Information Officer and Executive Director of the Governor's Office of Information Technology.
Mary Hoagland, one of IWF Colorado’s founding members, has diedNovember 9, 2020-On October 31, 2020 Colorado lost a remarkable citizen. Mary Tiedeman Hoagland, born August 19, 1924, died peacefully, surrounded by family, in the home she cherished, in the town she treasured. Read her full obituary via the link above.
People on the MoveOctober 2, 2020-Jandel Allen-Davis, Craig Hospital president and CEO, has established herself in the Denver community as a compassionate, strong leader with a vision to create healthy, equitable communities. That’s why the Denver Metro Chamber recognized Allen-Davis with the 2020 Del Hock Lifetime Achievement Award. (Denver Business Journal)
Mentoring Through Challenging Times: Accept RealityOctober 2, 2020-When more than 8,000 women across America met in 42 cities to celebrate Mentoring Monday, they shared advice on how to progress in a much different environment that what we know today. (Bizwomen) Maureen McDonald provides her insight on mentorship and mentee-ship.
Will This Be a Lost Year for America’s Children?September 21, 2020-As students across the country start school, education experts reckon with the long-term implications of remote learning, vanishing resources and heightened inequality. Featuring IWFCO member Susana Cordova as one of the five participants interviewed. (New York Times Magazine)