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Empowerment Council Profiles in Philanthropy

Profile in Philanthropy: Taylor Rockhold, Empowerment Council

// December 11, 2022

Taylor Rockhold, 2023 co-chair of Empowerment Council, believes “EC” is the best of both worlds.

Empowerment Council Profiles in Philanthropy

Profile in Philanthropy: Tari Ensign, Empowerment Council

// December 11, 2022

Meet Tari Ensign, emerging philanthropist and 2023 co-chair of WFCO’s Empowerment Council.

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2022 Election Results: Through A Gender, Racial, & Economic Lens

// November 10, 2022

The 2022 election results are a mixed bag for Colorado women with several key wins, but one significant loss.

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Who’s Caring for Colorado’s Care Workers?

// November 8, 2022

The assumption is that care workers do their work out of the goodness of their hearts and don’t need living wages or benefits.

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2022 Dottie Lamm Leadership Award Winner Shelnna Huynh

// October 27, 2022

Our 2022 Dottie Lamm Leadership Award winner is Shelnna Huynh of Denver. Here is her speech from our 2022 Annual Luncheon. 

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Four Years of WAGES Grantmaking

// September 1, 2022

What we achieved and learned through five years of WAGES grantmaking from 2017-2021.

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Reflections of Love: A Journey in Black Philanthropy

// August 31, 2022

Guest Blog: As the co-founder of SPIN and a new business owner, I understand the duality of being both a giver and receiver of philanthropy.

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Profile 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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Where Do We Go From Here? Abortion Care in Colorado & Beyond

// June 24, 2022

Resources for donors and individuals who want to increase access to reproductive health information and services, including abortion care.

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