Panel Shared Tips for Social Enterprise Business Models, Communication and Wellness at Women of Denver Party
At the first quarterly networking party of the year, Women of Denver hosted a diverse panel of local leaders to share tips to help women achieve success.
Panelists included Alicia Cuello, CEO of Underlying Communications and expert in the art of non-verbal communication; Danielle Norris, CEO of Sovenco, specializing in scaling social enterprise business models, and Leslie Huddart, Owner of Body Wisdom Wellness, a practitioner specialising in natural healing techniques.
The event consisted of a series of 15 minute “mini-workshop” activities meant to spark ideation, and connection amongst event goers. Activities for the evening included:
The Women of Denver Quarterly Networking Party took place on Saturday, March 11 from 5-8 p.m. and was hosted at the Gallery at the Asbury Event Center.
Sponsors of the event included The Gluten Free Explorer, a local producer of gluten-free bread products, and Cynfully Delicious, a local vendor providing paleo, vegan, low-glycemic fudge.
The event also featured 4 event partners, including Helene Kwong, CEO of Hashtagitude, Tracy Revell, CEO of Embodied Confidence, Carlyn Shaw, Founder of Strangers to Friends, and Ann Kaemingk, CEO of Lele Marie.
About Women of Denver
Women of Denver is a social enterprise organization dedicated to helping women achieve economic equality. Women of Denver donates a portion of its revenue to 501(c)3 organizations that support the financial empowerment of women through legislative action, education and training, and personal support and coaching.