Women's Leadership Lab
As leaders, women - and women of color -
are struggling to get to the very top.
Less than 26% of CEOs are women and only 4% are held by women of color.
Support your talented emerging leaders with access to the
CWCC Leadership Lab Program.
Join the Colorado Women's Chamber of Commerce's Leadership Lab
A women's leadership program in Colorado designed specifically to advance women, and women of color, in their careers.
This program is designed to help emerging leaders lead and influence their community, develop skills to support advancement, and expand their understanding of the current business architecture impacting women in work.
This program focuses on four areas impacting women most in work:
- Cultural Norms
- Advancement and Retention
COST: The cost of the program is $3,250, with partial need-based scholarships available.
This program will also allow leaders to:
Increase their understanding of issues that impact today's leaders.
Build a strong network of powerful women in the community.
Dive deep into topics that will develop your leadership skills.
Develop hard skills that women need to move into leadership roles.
Learn about growing industries from C-suite female leaders in those industries.
Become more confident with communication, management skills, understanding of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI)
Gain a holistic understanding of our local workforce and industries.
About the Facilitator
Julia Alveraz brings nearly 20 years of experience in the social change sector to her role as Founder and CEO of Point b(e) Strategies. With expertise in strategic planning, facilitation, justice, equity, diversity and inclusion initiatives, and board and staff development, Julia loves partnering with organizations to identify, articulate and start to solve the most pressing challenges they face.
We need more women in the highest levels of leadership.
Less than 26% of CEOs are women and only 4% are held by women of color
Only 10.4% of Fortune 500 CEOs are women
2021 was the first time in history that two Black women were appointed CEO of Fortune 500 companies
In 2022, women made about 82 cents for every dollar earned by a white non-Hispanic man
Black women make 62 cents for every dollar earned
Native American women make 57 cents for every dollar earned by a white non-Hsipanic man
Latina women make 54 cents for every dollar a white man earns
At this rate, Latina women stand to lose $1.2 million dollars over the course of their careers, and Black women stand to lose $964,400
The CWCC is working to change these statistics
and we need more dynamic leaders like you.
Our current cohort is meeting once a month from October 2023 to June 2024, 9:00am-3:00pm. This program will be in-person on the following dates:
The cost of the program is $3,250, with partial need-based scholarships available.
Applications for the 2023-24 cohort are now closed and will reopen in the summer of 2024 for the next cohort.