Colorado Health Foundation, one of the nation’s largest health foundations, has awarded WFCO a $1 million grant.
Colorado is one of the nation’s top destinations for information technology jobs. The Women’s Tech Training Program is growing the pipeline of women in IT.
Empowerment Council is a group of 70 women who seek career mentorship, networking opportunities, and a space to make a difference.
Pueblo single moms head back to school to pursue health information technology certificates and degrees.
The Sisterhood of Philanthropists Impacting Needs (SPIN) is redefining philanthropy in communities of color.
Today you might have heard the phrase “pay black women” or seen #payblackwomen on social media, but what does this really mean?
Where were you on July 25, 2017? WFCO’s board, staff, and thousands of our friends and supporters will never forget where we were.
After nearly two decades as a stay-at-home mom raising her oldest children, Angie was unable to find a job where she could earn a livable wage.
In this blog post, we interview Rebecca Alfaro, communications intern, graduate student, feminist activist, and future United Nations leader.
In this blog post, we interview Samantha Josey-Borden, WFCO fellow, researcher, gender equity advocate, and aspiring traveler.
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