Speaker Presentations

The compelling life stories and achievements of Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame inductees have inspired and encouraged many individuals. The CWHF Board is always delighted to provide speakers to businesses, churches, professional organizations, non-profits, youth groups, schools, and clubs that are interested in the lives and times of these remarkable women.

We tailor our presentations to accommodate your group’s area of interest. Please make your request at least 30 days in advance of your event.

Students at Penrose School in Southern Colorado learn about women who influenced history.

Below: CWHF Chair Beth Barela speaking about Inductee Diana Wall

Read more about Diana and her work with soil in the Antarctic

Below: International Visitor Leadership Program U.S. Department of State – Changemakers: Leadership Development for Women

International visitors learn more about the Hall with Chair Beth Barela (second from left)

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If you’d like to have someone come and speak to your organization or group, please complete and submit the form below.


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6:00 PM TO 8:00 PM

Mentoring & Role Models: Diverse Pathways...

  SAVE THE DATE:  Thursday, January 31, 2019 6:00-8:30pm Doors open at 6pm Mentors & Role Models: Diverse Pathways to Success  Successful leaders often credit a mentor or role model for providing wisdom throughout their journeys. That dedicated support can be invaluable for any individual working to navigate new career and life choices. January is National Mentoring Month. To celebrate that, the Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame, Center for Colorado Women’s History and Women of Denver will be joining forces to delve into the power of mentorship with a multi-generational panel of diverse community leaders. Key Takeaways: Understand the meaning and purpose of mentoring and how being a mentor differs from being a role model. Discover the economic and inspirational power of mentorship. Learn how to build and maintain effective mentor relationships. This Event is Ideal for: Experienced leaders with the desire to “give back,” by becoming a mentor. Young professionals who want to create mentor relationships with leaders they admire. Experienced “mentees,” who love to share their experiences with building and maintaining great relationships that lead to valuable results.  “Like” and “Follow” CWHF, CCWH & WOD on social media and watch for more information soon.    ...

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