Introducing the 2019 CWCC Board of Directors

The 2019 Board of Directors for the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce was officially sworn in this December. We are pleased to welcome new directors and announce the appointment of Deb Siverson as Incoming Chair. Deb is a long-time member of the CWCC and the owner of Xponents, Inc., an executive leadership and coaching firm. She is a Professional Certified Coach and an accomplished author who represents the interests of woman-owned businesses of all sizes. Deb has always championed equity and the promotion of diversity and inclusion and is the perfect fit to lead the CWCC into another year of growth and positive transformation. See Deb’s full bio below. 

2019 Executive Committee:

Chair, Deb Siverson

Vice Chair, Amy King

Secretary, Amy Turney

Treasurer, Pam Patton

Past Chair, Beth Perez

We are thrilled to welcome the following new appointees to the CWCC Board of Directors:

Natalie Russo, President of Internal Audit for FirstBank

Heather White, Executive Vice President and Community Banking Director of VectraBank Colorado

Gil Gomez, Managing Director of Deloitte Consulting, LLP

Brian Ondre, Executive Director, Cummins Sales and Service North America

Chantell L. Taylor, Partner at Snell & Wilmer

Christy Dobson, Executive Director of Corporate and Community Relations, Children’s Hospital Colorado

Donna MacConnell, Senior Vice President and Risk Control Services Manager, Lockton Companies

Christy DobsonExecutive Director of Corporate and Community Relations, Children’s Hospital Colorado

Jan Kulmann, PE, Senior EHSR Manager, Colorado, Noble Energy

About The Chair
Deb Siverson is passionate about helping organizations drive results through connected and transparent conversations in the workplace. Her expertise includes design and delivery of leadership development programs, customized team development, and individual and systems coaching. Deb’s 20-year career inside Corporate 500 organizations included progressively senior roles in both line and staff positions. Her responsibility ranged from Market President with sales and business performance accountability, to Senior Vice President, where she led the team responsible for sales leadership training, sales measurement and reporting, and sales development for the Western United States. As the owner and founder of Xponents, Deb has worked with a variety of clients in large and small firms, such as Advent Software, Nelnet, Hub International, Hanmi Bank, Charter One, Wells Fargo, Bank of New York, Tenaris, Kyrio, Oracle and in government agencies such as the United States Forest Service, Department of Interior University, Bureau of Reclamation, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Department of Labor, and Department of Energy. Deb is credentialed as a Professional Certified Coach by the International Coach Federation. She completed advanced education in organizational and relationships systems coaching (ORSC) and is certified in a variety of assessment tools, including Emotional Intelligence (EQi), MBTI, and Human Patterns. Deb holds a BS in Business from Regis University and completes her MSOL through University of Colorado-Boulder in 2019. Deb serves as Chair on the board of the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce. Deb is the author of, The Cycle of Transformation: igniting organizational change through the leader coach.

About the CWCC
The Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce exists to leverage the collective strength of our members, creating an inclusive community that connects, empowers and advances women in business so that all members achieve professional and personal success. CWCC achieves its mission by being genuine connectors, building authentic relationships, demonstrating a service mindset and passionately leading the way. CWCC focuses efforts on three areas: business and leadership education, networking and advocacy on issues that matter to our members.

CWCC Board Members are powerful people in business throughout Colorado who demonstrate a commitment to CWCC and its mission to create a community for women in business through education, training, networking, partnerships and alliances. The CWCC Board directs and implements CWCC goals and policies and assists in achieving fundraising and membership goals.


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