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Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce announces Colorado’s 2020 Top 25 Most Powerful Women

Posted at 2:45 PM, Jan 22, 2020
and last updated 2020-01-22 16:45:24-05

Denver7 and the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce are pleased to announce the 2020 Top 25 Most Powerful Women in Colorado. These women will be recognized at an annual event that seeks to profile powerful and impactful female leaders in the Colorado community.

Now in its eighth year, the 2020 Top 25 Most Powerful Women’s Gala will be emceed by Denver7’s Lisa Hidalgo at the Hilton City Center on Thursday, Feb. 6 from 5:30-8:30 p.m.

Nominees were selected by past Top 25 honorees, celebrating and recognizing women who operate at the highest level of business performance and community leadership.

“It is such a privilege to continue this impactful legacy of recognizing inspiring leaders throughout Colorado,” said CWCC President and CEO Kristen Blessman. “This honor symbolizes the need for women leaders in our state and reminds us why it is important to elevate more women to leadership roles.”

The 2020 Top 25 Most Powerful Women honorees are:

Akasha Absher, Syntrinsic Investment Counsel, LLC
Amber McReynolds, National Vote at Home Institute; Strategy Rose LLC
Andrea Kalivas Fulton, Denver Art Museum
Ann Ayers, Colorado Women's College at the University of Denver
Benny Samuels, Nurse-Family Partnership
Carina Martin, A Precious Child
Chanda Hinton, Chanda Plan Foundation
Chandy Ghosh, Inteliquent
Chantell Taylor, UCHealth
Christy Belz, Empowerment Coaching and Consulting, TEDx Cherry Creek
Dr. Becky Takeda-Tinker, Colorado State University Global
Frannie Matthews, Colorado Technology Association
GG Johnston, Downstream Partners
Ginna Santy, Women in Kind: The Sister Economy
Jamey Seely, Gates Corporation
Jennifer Chang, Cisco Systems
Jennifer Evans, Polsinelli
Kami Guildner, Kami Guildner Coaching, Extraordinary Women Radio and Extraordinary Women Connect Events
Kasia Iwaniczko MacLeod, Cigna Healthcare
Kristin M. Bronson, Denver City Attorney
Maureen Tarrant, Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center and Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children
Monique Lovato, Mi Casa Resource Center
Nancy Fitzgerald, iLendingDIRECT
Ramonna Robinson, Groundfloor Media and Center Table
Simone D. Ross, The Riveter

Click here for more information or to purchase tickets/tables.

About the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce:

Since its inception in 1988, the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce has fostered an environment that supports members’ business needs and celebrates their successes. The Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce provides opportunities and visibility for women in business through relationship development, education, mentorship, partnership and alliances. Visit www.cwcc.org for more information.