Get the Most Out of Your Membership

Our sincere thanks to those of you who recently took our membership survey. The information and insights from this survey are really helpful as we set our priorities and focus for the upcoming year. We learned a lot and a message that came through loud and clear was the more engaged you are through any … Read Post

Excellent Health Care at a Critical Time

We know we’re fortunate to live in Colorado for so many reasons. And one of those reasons that has become even more apparent in 2020 is our proximity to excellent health care institutions. In metro Denver, we are surrounded by the leaders in medicine. Our hospitals and health care systems outrank others nationwide. Eight Centura … Read Post

The Start of Action

In June, we challenged ourselves and our community to take action and address the racial disparities we continue to see in our society – to commit ourselves today to build a future together that works for each and every one of us. At the Chamber and our family of organizations, we’ve advanced our work in … Read Post

Testing Employees for COVID-19

Testing Employees for COVID-19? Here’s What to Consider. We have shared our approach at the Chamber as we reopened to staff. And, like many of you, we’re learning as much as we can about what to consider when it comes to testing our teams for COVID-19. Here’s what we’ve discovered. Are employers allowed to require … Read Post

Taking Pride in a Landmark Decision

It’s been a good week. Friday marked the commemoration of Juneteenth – the day 155 years ago when Union soldiers arrived in Galveston, Texas, to share that the Civil War had ended and slavery had been abolished. It took the soldiers two and a half years to get there after President Lincoln issued the Emancipation … Read Post

The Message We Should Have the Courage to Carry

It’s hard to find a way to talk about what has happened these past few days – maybe more so because I’m a white woman. My daily life doesn’t remind me of the barriers many in our nation continue to face. If you are a person of color, you have lived the experience every day … Read Post