CWCC Speaker Proposals

CWCC Speaker Proposal Form

The Colorado Women’s Chamber is always on the lookout for engaging experts to share their time and talent with our members and partners at various events and programs.

If you are a speaker, please read the following guidelines and submit a Speaker Proposal Form using the link at the bottom of the page.

Questions? Contact Leah Caputo at

What is the Process?


The CWCC programming committee regularly reviews speaker proposal submissions to determine a good fit, membership interest, and availability. We will reach out via email should there be a good fit or opportunity.

What Are the Speaker's Responsibilities?

  • Provide bio and/or speaker sheet and speaker headshot.
  • Provide the title of the presentation, a short description, and three key takeaways.
  • Have competencies and market-tested experience in high-quality, educational presentations and workshops.
  • Tailor presentation for the purpose of information sharing, storytelling, best practice sharing, and skill development… NOT a sales presentation or infomercial.
  • Have the willingness to engage participants in small groups in unique and creative ways to encourage hands-on learning and networking opportunities.
  • Include time for questions and participant feedback. 
  • Arrive 15 minutes early for room set-up (in-person events), technology checks, and general orientation to the space and/or to meet other speakers.
  • Have a willingness to share program presentations, materials, and links post-event.

What if you have multiple topics that you speak to? 

  • If you have multiple topics or areas of expertise, please submit a speaker proposal form for each one.

Who is a good fit? 

  • We want to help our members grow and learn, if you have expertise in a certain field, or topic, or can offer specialized resources to women in business, we want to hear from you.
  • We believe in lifting up diverse voices! If you are a person of color, LGBTQ+, a member of an underrepresented community or a woman in a male-dominated field, we want to hear your story.

What topics are most interesting to CWCC members?

  • Topics that are interesting to our members typically fall under the categories of: Business and Career Development, Personal Development, and Storytelling:
    • Inspirational stories of women in business 
    • Current trends and industry or ideological shifts in business
    • Resources, tips, and technology to help in business and your career 
    • Resources for entrepreneurs, such as professional services, scaling your business, funding, marketing, sales, etc. 
    • Soft-skill development, such as communication, time management, public speaking, etc. 
    • DEI topics, such as mentorship, sponsorship, allyship, etc.
    • Leadership and management skill development
    • Work/life balance, wellness, mental health, etc.
  • We also prioritize speakers from our member businesses. 

    If you are interested in discussing membership, please contact Kate Hazelbaker at or call 303-458-022.

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