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Profiles in Philanthropy // WFCO Staff // WINcome

Profiles in Philanthropy: Crystal Ayala-Goldstein, WFCO Programs Manager

// August 3, 2022

Profile in Philanthropy: Our newest team member, Crystal Ayala-Goldstein, dishes on The Beatles, dancing, bean bags, and intersectionality.

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Empowerment Council // Power of Extended Philanthropy // Profiles in Philanthropy // WFCO Staff // Women's Philanthropy

Profiles in Philanthropy: WFCO Director of Development, Maggie Stoot

// February 1, 2022

Q&A: From philanthropy to pizza, get to know our newest team member and Empowerment Council member, Maggie Stoot.

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WFCO Staff

Our Top Books, Movies, and Podcasts of 2021

// December 22, 2021

If you’re undecided about your next page turner or binge-worthy series, see our staff-selected “elite eight” books, podcasts, and movies from 2021.  

Happy Mother's Day from all of us at WFCO
Mother's Day // WFCO Staff

We See You, Super Moms!

// May 9, 2021

This Mother’s day, all of us at The Women’s Foundation of Colorado honor, appreciate, and recognize all mothers – and those who play the role of mothers, caretakers, and guardians – and all their superpowers.

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Gender Equity // WFCO Staff // Women's Equality // Women's Philanthropy

What We’re Watching, Reading, and Listening to While at Home

// May 5, 2020

The WFCO staff is pleased to share recommendations of content that we’ve been reading, watching, and listening to while at home during quarantine.

Mariana Diaz creates a poster at WFCO 2019 Lobby Day
Early Care and Education Workforce // Legislative Session // Paid Family Leave // Public Policy Advocacy // WFCO Staff

Top 3 Reasons Why You Need to Attend WFCO’s Third Annual Lobby Day

// February 21, 2020

Learn a few reasons why WFCO’s Third Annual Lobby Day is an opportunity you don’t want to miss from WFCO programs coordinator, Mariana Diaz.

What We're Grateful For
Community // Impact // Lauren Y. Casteel // Philanthropy // WFCO Staff

Thanksgiving 2019: What We’re Grateful For

// November 26, 2019

During this season of gratitude, our staff shares why we’re thankful, today and everyday of the year, to be part of WFCO.

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Philanthropy // WFCO Staff // Women's Philanthropy

Rage Donating Feels Good, Women and Girls Need More

// September 23, 2019

We don’t have to – and shouldn’t – wait for a breaking story or viral campaign to make a difference for women and girls. Consistent, sustained giving not only addresses the most critical needs of today, it’s an investment in systemic change for our future.

Three new employees have joined WFCO.
Announcements // WFCO Staff

WFCO Team Grows By Three

// June 24, 2019

WFCO adds three new staff members as part of our commitment to grow our statewide presence.

Becca at PEP event
WFCO Staff

Intern Perspective: I’m Not Lucky, I Earned This

// January 2, 2019

“Imposter syndrome” has impacted my work as a scholar, intern, and woman.

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