Women to Watch 2023 — Volunteers of America

Volunteers of America aims to make a difference. These women are the difference makers.
Volunteers of America
Photographed from left to right: Chiyoko Yokota, Chief Financial Officer | Angel Hurtado, VP of Family, Veterans, and Homelessness Services | Torey Dixon, VP of Affordable Housing | Faustine Curry, VP of Advancement and Marketing | Jody Tunheim, Senior Director of Human Resources (not pictured.)

Everywhere in Colorado, women are leading our business communities to new levels of success. They each have a unique story that has shaped our state through economic, social and enterprising contributions. Yet, at times, these women go unnoticed. ColoradoBiz is here to change that.

Volunteers of America Colorado is a nonprofit, faith-based organization dedicated to helping those in need transform their lives.

In 2022, VOAC provided 1.25 million meals to more than 75,000 people. VOAC also sheltered or housed nearly 7,800 people, with hundreds of veterans among them.

You need strong leadership for this kind of work, and VOAC has it. The women pictured oversee dozens of affordable housing complexes, shelters, vast budgets, and payrolls. Their work requires the empathy to believe change is possible, and the resolve to know it rarely comes overnight.

VOAC aims to make a difference. These women are our difference makers.

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