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Boulder, Colorado – The Boulder Chamber is thrilled to announce the honorees for its 28th Annual Women Who Light the Community Awards.
This event honors five local women and one young community leader, all of whom have worked to address meaningful business, nonprofit, education, arts, and community needs. Each honoree was nominated by people within the community who admire their skill and dedication to change, and who have witnessed their hard work and passionate leadership. In the Emerging Youth category, the honoree will receive a $1,500 grant from Alpine Bank.
The 2023 Women Who Light the Community honorees are:
Amy Long | Nothing Bundt Cakes
Wendy Lea | Energize Colorado
Madelyn Woodley | Executive Committee for African American Cultural Events
Susan Rona | Boulder JCC
Marie Gambon | Gambon Enterprises
Sophia Bandi | Emerging Youth Award, Silver Creek High School
Together, we will celebrate these honorees who are changing the world on September 6, from 4:30 P.M. – 7:30 P.M., at the Embassy Suites in Boulder. This event features networking, appetizers, dinner, desserts, and drinks as part of this memorable evening of inspiration. To confirm your spot, please visit the event registration page.
Women Who Light the Community is Co-Presented by Premier Members Credit Union and Corden Pharma. Honoree sponsors are Alpine Bank and Berg Hill Greenleaf Ruscitti, LLC. Our Community Sponsors include Elevations Credit Union and Front Range Community College, and Contributing Sponsors are Avista Adventist Hospital and Bok Financial.
About Boulder Chamber
The nonprofit Boulder Chamber is the region’s flagship business advocacy and support organization. With more than 110 years of dedicated service to its members and the Boulder community, the Boulder Chamber’s innovative programs help local businesses succeed while sustaining an economy that preserves Boulder’s high quality of life, including its environmental and cultural assets. Together with its member businesses, the Boulder Chamber is building a smarter, more vibrant economy – sustaining Boulder’s position as a global capital of innovation and a thriving center of economic vitality. For more information, visit http://www.boulderchamber.com.