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This year’s Southern Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce’ Accolades Luncheon was a bit different, but better than ever. It went hybrid-mode, and embraced the many local businesses that have thrived during a pandemic.

Lola Woloch, SCWCC CEO, shares her inspiring thoughts on how a great team and hard work made this event possible.

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2017 brings a mix of success, problems

This year will be remembered as the one in which Colorado Springs residents approved funding for schools, for stormwater infrastructure and to help fix the transportation problems on Interstate 25. It’s the year the city decided to take the lead in high-tech broadband by becoming part of U.S. Ignite.

Read more about how the Southern Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce is leading the way in bringing Colorado Springs into the 21st century here:

Women of Influence: Lola Woloch

Recently our own President and CEO of the SCWCC Lola Woloch was recognized as a Woman of Influence from Colorado Spring Business Journal.
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On behalf of the Southern Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce we’d like to congratulate the 2017 recipients of the Colorado Springs Business Journal’s Women of Influence award! See all the winners of the Women of Influence awards here:

Colorado Springs Movers & Shakers: Ingrid Richter

ingrid-gazetteIngrid Richter has joined the board of the Southern Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce. Richter is executive director of Catalyst Campus for Technology & Innovation.

Before launching the Catalyst Campus, she worked for The O’Neil Group Co. in 2014; was real estate manager for the City of Colorado Springs beginning in 2011; and served one term on the Manitou Springs City Council beginning in 2010.

Richter received a bachelor’s in political science from University of Wisconsin and a master’s in public administration from the University of Colorado.

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