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#GirlBoss: How to be a Confident Woman at Work
September 27, 2017 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Join Jacqueline Bonanno and four other Colorado women for a discussion on what its like to be a #GirlBoss. Each panelist will discuss their career- success, failures and what they’ve learned along the way. After introductions, the session will cover how to empower other women in the workplace and how to how to create a healthy work environment.
Please register for the session at https://www.denverstartupweek.org/schedule/3691-girlboss-being-a-confident-woman-at-work
Jacqueline Bonanno is the Creative Director of Bonanno Concepts. She designs the venues, workspaces, uniforms, menus, training manuals and whatnot. She is a sounding board to the food obsessed and, as Frank’s partner, is very well fed.
Cathy Ritter is the Director of the Colorado Tourism Office and leads a nearly $20 million initiative to maximize the potential of tourism in a state that generated nearly $20 billion in economic impact and attracted 82.4 million visitors during 2016. That same year, she initiated development of the Colorado Tourism Roadmap, identifying opportunities to improve the state’s competitive position while promoting sustainable tourism and leading travelers to less-visited destinations. Previously, Cathy was Illinois’ state travel director.
Jeanie Patterson manages sales, marketing and business development for SOL. Loves to speak French, which comes in handy on buying trips to Europe. She studied humanities at the University of Colorado Boulder and likes to say she got her MBA on the job.
Cindy Johnson is the creative force behind SOL. A lifelong lover of lingerie, she has a deep passion for how bras are made and how they should fit.Cindy traveled to Europe at age 16 and came home with a whole new perspective – and new undergarments to match! She studied Fashion Merchandising at Colorado State University. Today she does design consulting for lingerie vendors while overseeing creative direction for SOL.
Liora Dudar co-founded oVertone Haircare three years ago, an amount of time that both seems like forever and not nearly long enough. Previously known at home and abroad for her unapologetic feminist photography projects – The Feminist Photos, Attractive and Fat, and Expose – Liora’s foray into entrepreneurship surprised her and no one else. Her passion lies in creating environments and products in which people can express themselves confidently, proudly, and authentically.