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Faces Behind the Chamber: Lisa Reeves

The Colorado Chamber is recognizing members of our staff to highlight the hard work they do to be a unifying voice for business and champion a healthy economic climate to secure Colorado’s future. Lisa Reeves, the executive vice president of finance at the Colorado Chamber, manages and oversees all financial aspects of the organization. This […]


Colorado Chamber Announces Primary Election Endorsements

For media inquiries, please contact Cynthia Eveleth-Havens at [email protected]. DENVER – The Colorado Chamber of Commerce today announced endorsements of state legislative candidates for the Republican and Democratic primary elections to be held on June 25, 2024.   “Engagement in primary elections is a critical tool to influencing policy and improving our overall business climate,” […]


In the News: Colorado Chamber Press Roundup

Denver Gazette: Colorado civics bee crowns middle school champion who will now compete nationally Seventeen Colorado middle schoolers sat in front of a crowd of onlookers Friday, answering a series of perplexing questions about United States civics. The winner of the competition will go on to compete in the National Civics Bee later this year. […]


Colorado Chamber Statement on Veto of Wage Theft Legislation

For media inquiries, please contact Cynthia Eveleth-Havens at [email protected]. The Colorado Chamber of Commerce today released the following statement from President and CEO Loren Furman on the veto of House Bill 1008, which would have strained the construction labor market and threatened jobs: “HB 1008 was extremely problematic for the business community and would have […]


Faces Behind the Chamber: Meghan Dollar

The Colorado Chamber is recognizing members of our staff to highlight the hard work they do to be a unifying voice for business and champion a healthy economic climate to secure Colorado’s future. As Senior Vice President of Government Affairs for the Colorado Chamber, Meghan Dollar leads the charge in advocating for Chamber members at […]


Colorado Middle School Students Compete in National Civics Bee State Finals

For media inquiries, please contact Cynthia Eveleth-Havens at [email protected]. The Colorado Chamber of Commerce today hosted the 2024 National Civics Bee Colorado State Finals in partnership with the Daniels Fund and the Civic Trust of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation. Seventeen middle school students from across the state flexed their civics comprehension for a chance to win recognition and […]


Register Now – Colorado Chamber’s Legislative Candidate Interviews

Join the Colorado Chamber’s unique candidate interview and endorsement process, a robust platform where Colorado’s politically active companies, trade associations, and local chambers of commerce unite. This influential network supports candidates who champion business-friendly policies and economic growth. Don’t miss your opportunity to have a voice in shaping a pro-business future for Colorado. Register today […]


Leadership Colorado Tasted Success and Visited Two Colorado Chamber Members in the Agricultural Industry

This month, Leadership Colorado participants visited Rocky Mountain Natural Meats and Colorado Serum Company, both of which dominate an important niche in the agricultural industry.  At Rocky Mountain Natural Meats, participants spoke with Bob Dineen (CEO), Ace Ward (COO), Sharon Martin (CFO), and Michaela Arnold and Julia Lambert (Leadership Colorado ’23 alumni) about founding and […]


Colorado Chamber Hosts Roundtable on Artificial Intelligence

Today, the Colorado Chamber of Commerce hosted a Chair’s Roundtable on artificial intelligence which brought together leaders and professionals to delve into the current state of AI, its evolving landscape, and crucial strategies for embracing AI in business. The roundtable featured a panel of leading experts including Dr. Stephan Gerali from Lockheed Martin, Steven Walchek from Liminal, […]


In the News: Colorado Chamber Press Roundup

Axios Denver: Property tax relief battle in Colorado moves to the ballot The ink is barely dry on the much-hyped Democratic property tax relief package, but a campaign is underway to discredit the legislation and push forward with competing ballot measures. Read More… The Center Square: Colorado lawmakers conclude 2024 session, say they ‘delivered’ on […]