Littler's Stacey Campbell, Chair of the CACI Labor & Employment Council, visits with Ellen Golombek, Executive Director of the Colorado Dept. of Labor & Employment.
The Colorado Association of Commerce & Industry’s mission is to Champion Free Enterprise in Colorado.
We believe this should be an overarching bi-partisan priority and CACI offers opportunities for those who share our belief. The best things you can do is be informed about how government is, may, or has plans to, impact business, then participate. CACI members do this better than any other group. Even today, when many feel skeptical about whether a citizen can have an impact, CACI proves that they can. Though CACI, year after year CACI members shape policy that impacts the Colorado business climate.
If your company is not yet a member, please join the almost 500 companies, chambers of commerce and trade associations that are members of CACI.
Participate in state policy councils
Members have the opportunity to learn about issues and help shape policy by joining and participating in CACI Issues Councils. Council guests include legislators, regulatory officials, and key executive branch representatives.
Federal Relations Council
CACI members with a strong interest in having CACI advance their interests at the Federal level should join the Federal Relations Council. This group meets with Colorado members of Congress and their staffs to advance Colorado business interests at the Federal level.
Events and Programs
CACI offers members and guests opportunities to hear from leading speakers and meet others from the business community. From large events featuring statewide and national political figures to smaller CEO Receptions, an annual golf tournament, and several special-topic programs, CACI members have many exclusive and high-value opportunities throughout each year.