In her words

Posted 3/14/17

“Women are an essential part of our communities, both professionally and personally. Healthcare would not be the same without women.” — of Golden, the group director of community health at St. Anthony Hospital in Lakewood.

“It’s great …

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In her words

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“Women are an essential part of our communities, both professionally and personally. Healthcare would not be the same without women.” — of Golden, the group director of community health at St. Anthony Hospital in Lakewood.

“It’s great for girls to get involved with STEM because we need to have women be a part of the technological innovations and solutions going on in the world.” —, a computer science student at the Colorado School of Mines who is involved with DECTech, which is Mines’ outreach program designed especially for girls interested in STEM.

“Women’s Day highlights the importance of women in all levels of society and in our communities.” — of Westminster, the project coordinator at Holidaily Brewing Company in Golden.

“Women have so much to offer and bring to the table. In general, women are underrepresented in positions of leadership. The conversations and focus will certainly change when women participate in decision-making that impact our community, our state and our world.” — of Evergreen, a political activist organizer and former state representative candidate for house district 25.

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