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Women in Leadership


Leadership Commerce City is excited to create a platform for women who hold leadership roles or who aspire to leadership roles to network, find balance, and problem solve together so that Commerce City women find success in elevating the economic and education opportunities in Commerce City.


Women in Leadership will increase the efficacy and effectiveness of Women in leadership roles in Commerce city by:

Creating an environment where women with diverse backgrounds feel empowered and supported

Providing opportunities for networking for women in leadership roles in Commerce City

Exposing women in Commerce City to leadership and problem solving development

Allowing women to explore and find solutions to challenging issues

Exploring ways to balance work and family life

Emphasising ways for Women to engage in opportunities for self-care

Women in Leadership will pull together women from diverse parts of our community, diverse industries, and diverse backgrounds and give them a voice and arena to develop new skills so that they can better lead and serve our city.

Women are taking the lead in Commerce City. They are sitting as elected officials, overseeing the education of our children, running small businesses, and making an impact in non-profit organizations that support multiple aspects of our community. Women are shift leaders, directors, entrepreneurs, CEO’s, managers and principals. Not only do they take formal and informal leadership roles in businesses, nonprofits, government, and school organizations, but they often hold the CEO role in their families. They are continually attempting to find the balance between their work and their families. Additionally, they often find themselves working with a different set of rules in how business is conducted. “You can't have it all, all at once. Who - man or woman - has it all, all at once? Over my lifespan, I think I have had it all. But in different periods of time, things were rough,” Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Even more pressing is the need to support women of color who are leaders in our city. Their climb up the ladder has been twice as difficult. "As a kid, I never could have imagined today. I will leave the ladder down behind me so girls of color know they can be anything they want to be,” (Representative Deb Haaland, Facebook post 2019). 


Women in Leadership Series

Do you want to learn how to lead from your most authentic self? Commerce City Women In Leadership is featuring our very own Lori Young, Certified Enneagram Coach to teach you about the Enneagram and how to use this unique personality assessment to uncover your leadership superpowers.

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