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WFCO Staff

What We Read, Watched, and Listened to in 2023

// January 25, 2024

Continuing our annual tradition, members of our board and staff share what we read, watched, and listened to in 2023 that contributed to our learning and growth.

a rendering of the colorado capitol building with 2024 legislative session written over it
Child Care // Legislative Session // Public Policy Advocacy

A Sneak Peek at the 2024 Legislative Session

// January 18, 2024

The state budget will limit the ability to create more housing for Coloradans and increase access to child care. 

Cash in Colorado over an image of a magnifying glass and a calculator.
Basic Needs // Cash Assistance // Economic Self-Sufficiency // WINcome

New Report: Cash Programs in Colorado

// November 30, 2023

An analysis of the flexible cash (distributed via gift cards or payments to third parties) and direct cash assistance in Colorado.

Efectivo in Colorado over an image of a magifying glass and calculator
Basic Needs // Cash Assistance // Economic Self-Sufficiency // WINcome

Programas de efectivo en Colorado

// November 30, 2023

Un análisis del efectivo flexible (dinero distribuido mediante tarjetas de regalo o pagos a terceros) y la situación actual de la asistencia directa en efectivo en Colorado.

A photo of a woman smiling next to the name Jennifer Kilpatrick, Chief Financial Officer. The heading says Profiles in Philanthropy.
Profiles in Philanthropy // WFCO Staff

Profile In Philanthropy: Jennifer Kilpatrick, Chief Financial Officer

// November 13, 2023

Jen Kilpatrick (she/her) of Niwot was named The Women’s Foundation of Colorado’s chief financial officer in October 2023.

A photo of a blond woman smiling next to a banner that reads Tommie Mailey, Assistant Controller.
Profiles in Philanthropy // WFCO Staff

Profile In Philanthropy: Tommie Mailey, Assistant Controller

// November 13, 2023

Tommie Mailey (she/her) of Highlands Ranch joined The Women’s Foundation of Colorado as assistant controller in October 2023. 

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Announcements // Grantmaking // Impact // Racial Equity // Women & Girls of Color Fund

Steadfast Visions, Nimble Approaches

// November 9, 2023

We are proud to invest in 27 incredible Front Range organizations through our Women & Girls of Color Fund.

Profile in Philanthropy with headshot of Power of Extended (PEP) Philanthropy member, Paige Goss
Donor Stories // Philanthropy // Power of Extended Philanthropy // Profiles in Philanthropy // Women's Philanthropy

Profile in Philanthropy: Paige Goss, Power of Extended Philanthropy (PEP)

// October 30, 2023

Meet Paige Goss, Power of Extended Philanthropy member and Founder & CEO at Point Solutions Group.

2023 Dottie Lamm Award Winner, Ayan Husein, stands with her award in between Dottie Lamm and board chair, Tania Zeigler
Annual Luncheon // Dottie Lamm Award // Uncategorized

2023 Dottie Lamm Leadership Award Winner Ayan Husein

// October 17, 2023

Our 2023 Dottie Lamm Leadership Award winner is Ayan Husein, from CU Boulder. Here is her speech from our 2023 Annual Luncheon.

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