Business Leaders


Local tattoo artist drums up new business amid COVID-19 closures

When Gov. Polis issued the order closing all personal service businesses on March 19, Nate Stephens and the other seven artists at Marion Street were left without their main source of income. So, Stephens began to grow a side business selling t-shirts for charity. Here is his story of innovation and resilience.

6 Questions with Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame Inductee Gale Norton

As the Colorado Attorney General she helped negotiate a $206 billion national tobacco settlement; won a court victory against the federal government to clean up the hazardous waste at Rocky Flats and the Rocky Mountain Arsenal. As US Interior Secretary she resolved a 70-year water dispute between Colorado and California; and much more.


Women in Biz

Navigating the new normal: A note to professional women

It’s hard not to have panicked feelings as a professional woman these days. Though we see signs of a phased return to ”normal,” the economy is still struggling, work from home remains the recommended course of action, and the return to our previous ways of living and working may be many months away

People on the Move

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