Many search firms can help you find qualified women board candidates to add strategic value to your board. We have researched sources—some who charge a fee and some who do not—who have a good track record of providing qualified women candidates.Read More »
Did you know that there are over 60 women living in Colorado who serve on corporate boards? You may want to see if their expertise is a good match for your board. You can find their bios here.Read More »
The Women’s Leadership Foundation’s Board Bound program matches C-level women with Board Mentors in a one year program with workshops and training to prepare them to serve on boards. Participants in the Board Bound program are a valuable resource for candidates.Read More »
The Women’s Leadership Foundation annually acknowledges and awards Colorado-based publicly traded companies that have placed at least two women on their board of directors with corporate salute awards. When the Board Bound program was created four years ago, Colorado had one of the lowest rates of placing women on boards …Read More »
Great news for women and business in Colorado!
Thanks again to Gary Goldberg, CEO, Newmont Mining; Colorado Lt. Governor Donna Lynne; Speaker of the house Crisanta Duran; Rep. Lois Landgraf; Sen. Beth Martinez Humenik, and Sen. Nancy Todd for your support on this measure! ...
Jo Lynne WhitingIt's great to see business leaders and legislators come together to be sure Colorado benefits from more women on corporate boards. Hopefully, we will realize the improved profitability and governance that research shows companies with 3 or more women on their boards achieve.
Happy International Women's Day and Colorado Women on Corporate Boards Day, as proclaimed by Governor John Hickenlooper and passed this morning in the state Senate 23-11!
Thank you to Gary Goldberg, CEO, Newmont Mining; Colorado Lt. Governor Donna Lynne; Speaker of the house Crisanta Duran; Rep. Lois Landgraf; Sen. Beth Martinez Humenik, and Sen. Nancy Todd for your support on this measure! ...
The Women's Leadership Foundation is proud to present the Colorado Women's Chamber of Commerce 2017 Business Magazine, featuring a directory of over 400 CWCC member organizations, WLF, and First Lady Robin Hickenlooper.
Watch the mail for your printed copy, and access the online version here.
Brenda Barnes will be remembered for both her personal and professional accomplishments. She made an impact on multiple corporate boards while balancing her life at home. Great article on a remarkable woman! ...