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Business and Professional Women of Denver (BPW Denver) was founded in 1919. This organization has, and continues to be, a leader for women's rights at the local, state, national, and international levels. As a local chapter of BPW Colorado, it is affiliated with the International Federation of Business and Professional Women (BPW International) (http://www.bpw-international.org/), National Federation of Business and Professional Women (NFBPWC) (http://www.epw-usa.org/), Colorado Women's Education Foundation (http://www.cwef.org/) and the Business and Professional Women's Foundation (http://bpwfoundation.org/). Our affiliation with these organizations provides us with the capacity to impact women and the issues that affect them, both nationally and internationally.

BPW Colorado employs several education, advocacy monitoring and tracking strategies to meet the following priorities:

1) The Alice Paul Equal Rights Amendment

2) Economic Equity and Justice

3) Health Equity and Justice

4) Human Rights

BPW are sisters who fight for equal rights, support each other in their business and personal lives, and develop life long friendships.

Upcoming events (5)

Business & Professional Women (BPW) Denver Woman of the Year Celebration

Have fun and make a difference! Come and join us this month! Better yet, bring a friend! Business and Professional Women of Denver serves working women in the Denver Metro area. We meet the second Wednesday of the month. Costs to attend the meeting are detailed below. Our program varies each month according to the needs and interests of our members. We begin with a free-registration/no-host happy hour from 6-7pm, and then start our program and meeting promptly at 7pm, to have you done by 8:30 to head home to your family or a good night's sleep. Our next speaker and topic of conversation will feature: We will be honoring Trooper Penny Gallegos for her work in human trafficking with the Rocky Mountain Innocence Lost Task Force. More information on Penny Gallegos of the Smuggling & Trafficking Interdiction Section: Penny Gallegos has been with the Colorado State Patrol for over 23 years. She is deputized as a Special Deputy United States Marshal. and is currently assigned to the Rocky Mountain Innocence Lost Task Force FBI Division. She proactively investigates, identifies, and apprehends those engaged in the commercial sexual exploitation of children. She serves on a multi-disciplinary team to combat human trafficking of minors in Colorado. Penny provides training nationally to combat human trafficking. She currently holds the honor for producing the top two largest sentences for human trafficking in Colorado. One pimp receiving 248 years and the second receiving 472 years. She was recognized as Police Officer of the Year and Trooper of the Year twice and was also awarded the medal of valor. It's going to be great! BPW Denver was founded in 1919. Our mission is to achieve equity for all women in the workplace through advocacy, education and information. Meeting fees: - Virtual meetings are free to attend for members and guests! Advance Registration is required - Zoom link provided via email after registering. https://www.bpwcolorado.org/content.aspx?page_id=4002&club_id=498209&item_id=1058365

Business & Professional Women (BPW) Denver Monthly Dinner Meeting

The Goods Restaurant

Have fun and make a difference! Come and join us this month! Better yet, bring a friend! Business and Professional Women of Denver serves working women in the Denver Metro area. We meet the second Wednesday of the month. Costs to attend the meeting are detailed below. Our program varies each month according to the needs and interests of our members. We begin with a free-registration/no-host happy hour from 6-7pm, and then start our program and meeting promptly at 7pm, to have you done by 8:30 to head home to your family or a good night's sleep. Our next speaker and topic of conversation will feature: - Mark Whistler's presentation on "One Little Kindness", a Denver community initiative. One Little Kindness, advocated by Capitol Hill United Neighborhoods seeks to create a first-ever community and city-driven kindness campaign for greater kindness, cohesiveness, neighborliness, and increased small business within the City of Denver. Learn how you can make a difference and things you can do to increase your kindness. one little kindness - BPW's candle lighting ceremony. This ceremony, performed together with our sisters around the world, is always moving and inspiring. It's going to be great! BPW Denver was founded in 1919. Our mission is to achieve equity for all women in the workplace through advocacy, education and information. Meeting fees: - Guests - 1st meeting free! - Members - $5 for meeting - Non-Members - $10 for meeting Payment is at the door via cash or free money-transfer app (i.e. Venmo, Popmoney, Zelle). We do have a Square available for credit cards, but all applicable fees will be added to your total charge. Advance Registration is appreciated. Our venue has dinner options to fit almost any dietary need. Members order off the menu and pay the restaurant directly. From their website: "The Goods Restaurant is a Neighborhood Eatery, with a little something for everyone, including Vegan, Vegetarian, and Gluten Free, along with awesome eats for Carnivores as well." A Parking Garage off of Elizabeth or Columbine Streets provides free parking and streetside parking is also available

Business & Professional Women (BPW) Denver Monthly Dinner Meeting

Have fun and make a difference! Come and join us this month! Better yet, bring a friend! Business and Professional Women of Denver serves working women in the Denver Metro area. We meet the second Wednesday of the month. Costs to attend the meeting are detailed below. Our program varies each month according to the needs and interests of our members. We begin with a free-registration/no-host happy hour from 6-7pm, and then start our program and meeting promptly at 7pm, to have you done by 8:30 to head home to your family or a good night's sleep. Our next speaker and topic of conversation will feature: - Mark Whistler's presentation on "One Little Kindness", a Denver community initiative. One Little Kindness, advocated by Capitol Hill United Neighborhoods seeks to create a first-ever community and city-driven kindness campaign for greater kindness, cohesiveness, neighborliness, and increased small business within the City of Denver. Learn how you can make a difference and things you can do to increase your kindness. one little kindness - BPW's candle lighting ceremony. This ceremony, performed together with our sisters around the world, is always moving and inspiring. It's going to be great! BPW Denver was founded in 1919. Our mission is to achieve equity for all women in the workplace through advocacy, education and information. Meeting fees: - Guests - 1st meeting free! - Members - $5 for meeting - Non-Members - $10 for meeting Payment is at the door via cash or free money-transfer app (i.e. Venmo, Popmoney, Zelle). We do have a Square available for credit cards, but all applicable fees will be added to your total charge. Advance Registration is appreciated. Our venue has dinner options to fit almost any dietary need. Members order off the menu and pay the restaurant directly. From their website: "The Goods Restaurant is a Neighborhood Eatery, with a little something for everyone, including Vegan, Vegetarian, and Gluten Free, along with awesome eats for Carnivores as well." A Parking Garage off of Elizabeth or Columbine Streets provides free parking and streetside parking is also available

Business & Professional Women (BPW) Denver Monthly Dinner Meeting

The Goods Restaurant

Have fun and make a difference! Come and join us this month! Better yet, bring a friend! Business and Professional Women of Denver serves working women in the Denver Metro area. We meet the second Wednesday of the month. Costs to attend the meeting are detailed below. Our program varies each month according to the needs and interests of our members. We begin with a free-registration/no-host happy hour from 6-7pm, and then start our program and meeting promptly at 7pm, to have you done by 8:30 to head home to your family or a good night's sleep. Our next speaker and topic of conversation will feature: - Mark Whistler's presentation on "One Little Kindness", a Denver community initiative. One Little Kindness, advocated by Capitol Hill United Neighborhoods seeks to create a first-ever community and city-driven kindness campaign for greater kindness, cohesiveness, neighborliness, and increased small business within the City of Denver. Learn how you can make a difference and things you can do to increase your kindness. one little kindness - BPW's candle lighting ceremony. This ceremony, performed together with our sisters around the world, is always moving and inspiring. It's going to be great! BPW Denver was founded in 1919. Our mission is to achieve equity for all women in the workplace through advocacy, education and information. Meeting fees: - Guests - 1st meeting free! - Members - $5 for meeting - Non-Members - $10 for meeting Payment is at the door via cash or free money-transfer app (i.e. Venmo, Popmoney, Zelle). We do have a Square available for credit cards, but all applicable fees will be added to your total charge. Advance Registration is appreciated. Our venue has dinner options to fit almost any dietary need. Members order off the menu and pay the restaurant directly. From their website: "The Goods Restaurant is a Neighborhood Eatery, with a little something for everyone, including Vegan, Vegetarian, and Gluten Free, along with awesome eats for Carnivores as well." A Parking Garage off of Elizabeth or Columbine Streets provides free parking and streetside parking is also available

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BPW Virtual Chapter Program - Centering!

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