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Colorado's 2019 Women to Watch

Women in Colorado are making an impact in every industry


Women in Colorado are making an impact in every industry, enterprise and workplace role imaginable. They are CEOs, startup founders, strategists and irreplaceable employees who not only are instrumental in their own organization’s success; through their daily actions and achievements, they set a precedent of possibilities for the next generation of women in business to build upon.

Every woman in business has her own story, and we present a few of them in this special advertising section with profiles specifically designed to show the person – the face, if you will – behind the business or organization that she has helped build or nurture. We think you’ll come away with something valuable on the following profiles – whether you’re a man or woman.


Moxie Me Spa: Ronica Kirwin, owner and CEO

Vectra BankAshley Comstock, CFO

Design Studio Interior SolutionsJudy Goldman, CEO


Eldon James & Wilmarc MedicalMacia Coulson, president and CEO

PNC BankChristina Crow, SVP, and Ellen Sandberg, VP

LDK LogisticsLiz Katkin, co-owner and general counsel

Colorado Tech Shop: Katie Hedrick, CEO and owner



Innova Emergency Medical Associates: Ashley Williams, president

SRG: Cindy Judge, president and CEO 

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