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Donna Evans leaves Colorado Women's Chamber

She also resigned from the Women's Leadership Foundation


Donna Evans has resigned as president and CEO of the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce (CWCC) and the Women’s Leadership Foundation (WLF). Evans informed the board of her plans last month and has been working with the board chairs on her transition.

Evans, who is leaving to pursue new opportunities, has been CWCC's leader for nearly nine years and has headed the WLF since its inception in 2011.

Lauri Brammeier has been named the interim president of the CWCC and WLF.  The search process will begin immediately for a new president.

About the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce:
Since its creation in 1988, The Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce (CWCC) has played a significant role in growing business in Colorado. CWCC provides opportunities and visibility for women in business through relationship development, education, mentorship, partnership and alliances. Visit www.cwcc.org for more information.

About the Women’s Leadership Foundation:
The Women’s Leadership Foundation (WLF) is a 501(c)(3) organization and the foundation for the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce. WLF works to support the CWCC and its members by inspiring and educating professional women to flourish in leadership roles in business and in the community.

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