Come meet some of the best Northern Colorado Women in Business.
We help each other meet our goals by sharing resources; by learning new topics in monthly workshops and by networking with each other. Connect with our many talented Colorado business women today. Search our member directory and come meet us in person! Let’s do business!
NorCoWIB is a Co-op Marketing and Best Practices organization established by its members in January 2009 to support women in meeting our goals through hands-on workshops and networking! 2017 has Kristi Helzer celebrating her ninth year as the creator and facilitator of this remarkable group.
We promote learning from each other and experts in their field, to gain knowledge, skills and confidence – to perfect our business practice and to become the best at what we do. We believe in doing business locally to support a healthy economy and a healthy community.
The NorCoWIB Co-op meets the 1st Wednesday of each month 8-10 a.m. at a variety of locations in around Greeley, CO. Check the workshop page for the monthly location. The cost is $25 and includes a hearty breakfast/networking/sharing/handouts/attendance list.
We endorse giving back to worthy efforts that impact community members through our Sister-to-Sister/Pay it Forward monthly focus. Members select a charitable organization or an event and we “pitch-in” to make a difference!
When you attend your first NorCoWIB Workshop you become a member where your participation is valued. By “showing up” you can turn contacts into powerful connections to build your business. Members suggest the topics and speakers that we showcase. Each woman is also encouraged to bring friends and female business associates to our monthly workshops. Thank you for contributing to our growing SUCCESS!
Speaker: Dr. Deirdre Pilch, Superintendent – Greeley/Evans School District 6
Date: Wednesday, October 4, 2017
Time: 8-10 a.m.
Location: Fat Alberts, 1717 23rd Ave., Greeley 80634, owner: Sue Albert Catering
Dr.Deborah (Debby) A. Baker
Community Grief Center
Phone: 970 506-4114
Dr. Baker, a Colorado native, attended Colorado State University and received a Bachelors of Arts in Social Work. Upon graduation, she and her husband, Allen, were commissioned as Second Lieutenants in the United States Air Force.
Upon her Mother’s death, she developed a working relationship with Adamson’s Funeral Services, which led to the development of the Community Grief Center Board, followed by the stand-up of the Community Grief Center. The goal of the Grief Center is to help grievers of all ages find companionship, hope, and healing. The success of the center is a passion of Dr. Baker’s, and she anticipates helping to support it for years to come.
All support groups are free of charge and cover all ages and stages of grief.