Organizations & Affiliations 

We are proud to be a part of and to support the following organizations:
The Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC), founded in 1997, is the largest third-party certifier of businesses owned, controlled, and operated by women in the United States. WBENC, a national 501(c)(3) non-profit, partners with 14 Regional Partner Organizations to provide its world class standard of certification to women-owned businesses throughout the country. Outside of the United States, certification is provided by our alliance partner, WEConnect International.  


Women in Sustainable Energy (WISE) is the first Colorado organization offering education, networking, professional development and leadership training for women at all stages of their clean energy careers and their lives. WISE members and guests come together to be inspired, to share ideas, enhance awareness and understanding, and to build competency. Through WISE, we will become skilled leaders, well-informed women, more valuable employees and better stewards of our environment. 


Environmental Initiative is a nonprofit organization that builds partnerships to develop collaborative solutions to Minnesota's environmental problems. The organization:
  • Plans and hosts events for environmental leaders from businesses, nonprofits, and government agencies to share information, network, and learn from one another.
  • Facilitates environmental policy conversations between diverse stakeholders.
  • Takes action and implements on the ground environmental projects to improve our air, land, and water.
  


For nearly 150 years, the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce has been a leading voice for Colorado’s business community. With a membership that spans the seven-county metro region and includes 3,000 businesses and their 300,000 employees, the Chamber is a powerful and effective advocate for both small and large businesses at the local, state and federal levels.  
 

MREA provides valued service and promotes unity among their members through collaborative leadership and expertise.


 

The CWCC focuses on strategies to help its members work smarter, network effectively and compete successfully. They concentrate on three strategic areas: business and leadership education, networking, and advocacy on issues that affect the bottom line.
 
 
Established in 1948 to facilitate the economic growth of the oil and gas, and other energy industries through business, social and networking events. Spanning more than six decades and boasting a membership of 2400 in the '70s and early '80s, the DPC was THE place to make contacts, or meet with friends and clients. Today, the Club remains committed to bringing together energy professionals in the Rocky Mountain west to socialize and network, as well as discuss issues, learn about various energy-related topics and engage in meaningful dialogue with their peers.

 

 

Women In Energy (WIE) is a Denver based networking group for women involved in the Energy industry in any capacity. In such a male dominated industry, WIE provides an open, safe-haven, for women to meet, and network within the energy industry. They welcome everyone who has a daily hand within the industry: from executives to engineers, finance to lawyers; we come together to connect, inspire, and empower each other.