Ten amazing, inspirational women will be inducted next March 28th, 2018 into the Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame – To read about these trail-blazing inductees, visit Inductees Announced
An astronaut, four nonprofit leaders and activists, a university chancellor, a former Colorado Lt. Governor, a journalist and suffragette, an educator of the deaf, and a community builder and cattle owner comprise the Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame Class of 2018.
Join us for an inspirational talk by an inductee and chocolate and wine pairing by the Chocolate Therapist Juli Pech on October 17, 2017. This will be the last chocolate/tasting event for the year.
We will feature Jo Ann Cram Joselyn Phd., inducted into the CWHF in 2002, the first American and first woman to serve in the positon of Secretary General of the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics. Before retiring, Dr. Joselyn was a space scientist and reserve space weather forecaster with the Space Environment Center of NOAA’s Environmental Research Laboratories.
This event will be held at the Liberty Oilfield Services Office at 950 17th Street #2400, Denver. The ticket price is $40.00 – $25.00 is tax-deductible.
In March 2018 at our next induction gala, we will induct up to 10 women, usually 4 historical and 6 contemporary that presently have or in the past had strong Colorado ties. The Hall depends on members of the public to nominate these extraordinary women. Nomination form can be downloaded from the nominate page
2016 Inductees: Above photo historical inductees l-r Anne Evans, Laura Hershey, Minnie Harding, Betty Pellet.
Contemporary Inductees below (names listed with caption)
This is our new blog, fresh off the press! We hope to share many stories and contribute to the achievement of the aspirations & dreams of girls and women in Colorado and beyond. The CWHF mission is to inspire by celebrating and sharing the enduring contributions of Colorado’s distinctive women. To achieve this, the Hall educates the people of Colorado about the stories of the women who shaped our state and the nation’s history with courage, leadership, intelligence, compassion, and creativity. Their talents, skills, struggles, and contributions form a legacy that the Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame is dedicated to protecting. The women inducted into the Hall of Fame come from diverse backgrounds such as pioneers to politicians, educators to entrepreneurs, minority leaders to lawyers and more, or have been an integral part of Denver and Colorado culture, or have made a major impact on the lives of others and helped to elevate the status of women and girls in our state, our nation, and around the world.