Getting Women Back to Work: An Executive Roundtable Series” by TARRA and the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce
Add your voice to the conversation during Executive Roundtable #4 of Getting Women Back to Work
Part 4 in our roundtable series focuses on hourly work and what challenges that can play for women in the workplace. Join Denver’s top thought leaders in the area for in an intimate discussion about what the workplace looks like for hourly workers post-pandemic. We are bringing together leaders in this space for an intimate discussion, followed by group discussions with panelists and attendees on how we can support the future of women in business.
Researchers from Metropolitan State University will use your recommendations to draw a roadmap for our communities to address what women in business need now and in the future.
About Our Panelists
Speaker: Christian Hardigree, J.D. Metropolitan State University
Bio: Serving as the founding dean of the School of Hospitality at Metropolitan State University of Denver, Christian engages with industry, alumni, and benefactors to develop resources for faculty and staff to provide hospitality students with competitive, low-cost, high-value programs, having secured over $2.8 million in the past three years. Theoretical learning is enhanced through experiential learning in the state-of-the-art Hospitality Learning Center (HLC), a distinct combination of teaching laboratories and brewing spaces, a 150-room commercial Gold LEED© certified hotel – Springhill Suites by Marriott – event and conference space, all located adjacent to the Lower Downtown (LoDo) dining district, convention center, three sports arenas, and the performing arts complex. The flexibility of the School’s curriculum allows students to emphasize careers in hotel management, event and meeting management, travel and tourism, restaurant management, brewery operations, and craft brewing and pub operations.
Space is limited.
TARRA is a curated network for women professionals and entrepreneurs designed to advance thriving careers, champion innovative businesses and promote fulfilling lives. By facilitating access to effective resources—collaboration, community, learning, mentorship—TARRA is cultivating the next generation of entrepreneurs, innovators and leaders with the goal to create a more diverse, vibrant business community.
TARRA.co | @_tarraco
About Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce
The Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce focuses on strategies to help professional women work smarter, network effectively, and compete successfully. Our programs cultivate business development, professional excellence, alliances and leadership. We seek to make Colorado the state in the nation for women to advance in business.
CWCC.org | @cowomenschamber
Thank You to Our Research Partner: