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Women Powering Change event in Denver Colorado
Event Location: Exdo Event Center, Denver Colorado

Event Date: WPC Event Organizers are Rescheduling Due to Global Public Health Warnings

Once rescheduled, One Earth Future will join more than 1,000 community members and over 100 Colorado organizations in Denver for Women Powering Change, a powerful annual event that highlights the critical and necessary roles of women in creating a more sustainable, secure, and just world.

Founded by Cynda Collins-Arsenault, co-founder and board member of One Earth Future, Women Powering Change presents an opportunity for organizations to share their work and stories. The event includes an expo where community members, leaders, activists, and philanthropists showcase the important work they’re doing to catalyze social change both locally and globally.

In line with the goals of the Women Powering Change event, OEF is committed to building a culture of inclusivity and equality as part of our own operational values.

Read more about OEF’s commitment to inclusivity.

For more information and to register for the Women Powering Change event, visit womenpoweringchange.org

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