Colorado C3E is focused on advancing women in clean energy. What better way to do that then by providing employers with the talented and skilled pipeline of workers they need? The employer programs subcommittee is responsible for assessing the needs of major clean energy organizations in Colorado and supporting employers in recruiting, retaining, and advancing women within their organization. The flagship initiative is the Women Veterans Program. For more information about this subcommittee contact committee chair, Tiana Smith.
It’s not easy to go into a field and succeed when you’re underrepresented. Colorado C3E strives to recruit and support women and girls in clean energy through the talent pipeline subcommittee. It’s flagship initiative is NoCo Girls PowerUp, a mentoring program designed to connect women at every stage of their careers. For more information about this subcommittee contact committee chair, Annette Meredith.
One of the core resources Colorado C3E provides is a network of like-minded peers. The outreach subcommittee is responsible for coordinating and growing Colorado C3E’s network of people, information, and resources. The flagship initiative is the Women’s Clean Energy Network – an initiative to grow the Colorado C3E network by joining one thousand women together, each one with a unique story on their contribution to the Colorado clean energy economy. For more information about this subcommittee contact committee chair, Dawn Putney.