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Across our state, there are many effective organizations leading and supporting women and girls. Since we launched Women and Girls Lead, we've proudly partnered with many of them to connect citizens in Colorado, across the country and around the world. By seeking information about our partners, you're supporting Women & Girls Lead. View our comprehensive Women and Girls Lead Impact Sheet

  • American Association of University Women - Empowering women since 1881. AAUW advances equity for women and girls through advocacy, philanthropy, education and research.

  • Athena Project - A professional group of artists dedicated to supporting and expanding women’s artistic contributions to the Denver stage and the wider community.

  • Blossom Project - A learning, leadership, advocacy and philanthropy program for girls.

  • Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence - Spreading awareness through their October photo campaign “Relationship Matters.”  Take a stand against domestic violence by engaging in a conversation about what a healthy relationship should look like and why it matters.    

  • Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment - Protecting and improving the health of Colorado’s people and the quality of its environment.

  • Colorado State University's The Ripple Effect Women's Initiative - Engaging the strengths and talents of women to build an exceptional CSU community.

  • Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce - Providing opportunities and visibility for women in business through relationship development, education, mentorship, partnership and alliances; working to create an environment and the resources conducive to our members’ business success.

  • Colorado Women's College at the University of Denver - Demonstrating its commitment to women’s leadership and to focus on their success, Colorado Women’s College conducted a national study that analyzed 14 different sectors to determine where women are—and are not—in positional leadership roles. The results may surprise you.  Read the comprehensive report, at womenscollege.du.edu/bwl

  • Colorado Zonta Clubs - Members of Zonta International, a partnership of 30,000 women in 1200 clubs worldwide, Zonta's Colorado members volunteer to advance the status of women locally and around the world.

  • Denver Health - An integrated health care system and Level I trauma center dedicated to providing quality health care services for the community. 

  • United States Department of Labor  - Fostering, promoting, and developing the welfare of the wage earners, job seekers, and retirees of the United States; improving working conditions; advancing opportunities for profitable employment; and assuring work-related benefits and rights.

  • The Leadership Investment - Driving positive change in the workplace and creating more successful companies by empowering career-minded women to lead together with men through leadership development, career networks and mentoring opportunities. 

  • Women+Film VOICES Film Festival - March 18-23, 2014: Happening at the Denver Film Society, this weeklong Festival showcases a mix of documentaries, feature presentations and short films, celebrating the best in women centered programming. 

  • The Women's Foundation - Building resources and leading change so that every woman an girl in Colorado achieves her full potential.

  • Women's Collaborative for Colorado - Educating and activating the women of Colorado to become involved, influential citizens, guiding our state lawmakers as they define and create a positive, sustainable framework for our future.  We are "Women's Voices, Leading Change."

  • Women’s Leadership Foundation - working to support the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce and its members by inspiring and educating professional women to flourish in leadership roles in business and in the community.

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