Colorado Chamber Members Recognized as Outstanding Women in Business

The Denver Business Journal has released its 22nd annual special report of Outstanding Women in Business, which included several business leaders with Colorado Chamber member companies. Nominations of these extraordinary women were judged and selected by the Business Journal Editorial Board.

Notably, Colorado Chamber Board Member Roberta Robinette with AT&T was named the 2020 winner of the Technology and Telecom category.

“They’re making tough decisions fast and collaborating more than ever, often in new ways, in the face of a pandemic that deeply impacted the state’s economy, causing many companies to rethink the way they do business,” the report stated.

Other business leaders from Colorado Chamber member companies recognized in the report include:

Brittany Morris Saunders, Sewald Hanfling Public Affairs

Sonia Riggs, Colorado Restaurant Association

Carrie Hackenberger, American Petroleum Institute Colorado

Shauna Gulley, Centura Health

Nicole Ament, Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck

Bhavna Chhabra, Google

Click here to read the full report from the Denver Business Journal.