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26+ Honorees!

Honorees

Susan Powers
Keynote

Susan Powers

President
Urban Ventures

Linda Alvarado
Panelist

Linda Alvarado

President & CEO
Alvarado Construction

Kim Day
Panelist

Kim Day

CEO
Denver International Airport

Tracy Jenkins Winchester
Panelist

Tracy Jenkins Winchester

Executive Director
Five Points Business District

Tami Door
Moderator

Tami Door

CEO
Downtown Denver Partnership

Tasha Jones
Moderator

Tasha Jones

Senior Director of Marketing + Community Relations
Brookfield Properties Development

Nicole Ament

Nicole Ament

Shareholder
Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck

Fiona Arnold

Fiona Arnold

President
Mainspring Developers

Donna Blair

Donna Blair

COO
Continuum Partners

Michelle Brokaw

Michelle Brokaw

CEO
Fleisher Smyth Brokaw

Amy Cara

Amy Cara

Managing Partner
East West Partners

Yvonne Choi

Chief Brand Officer
Red Lion Hotels Corporation

Dorit Makovsky Fischer

Dorit Makovsky Fischer

Partner / Broker
NAI Shames Makovsky

Lea Ann Fowler

Lea Ann Fowler

Partner
Hogan Lovells

Whitney Hake

Whitney Hake

SVP
Transwestern

Kittie Hook

Kittie Hook

Managing Director
Newmark Knight Frank

Jennifer Jasinski

Jennifer Jasinski

Chef/Owner
Rioja, Bistro Vendome, Stoic & Genuine, Euclid Hall, Ultreia

Stina Kayser

Stina Kayser

Principal & General Counsel
Urban Villages & Bio-Logical Capital

Susan Maxwell

Susan Maxwell

Principal and Chief Operating Officer
Zocalo Development

Nicole Nathan

Nicole Nathan

Partner
Johnson Nathan Strohe

Marti Page

Marti Page

Co-Founder & Principal
Anchor Investments

Jenny Robinson

Jenny Robinson

Chief Investment Officer
Continuum Partners

Ashley Stiles

Ashley Stiles

Founder & CEO
Tribe Development

Rebecca Stone

Rebecca Stone

Principal
Oz Architecture

Celeste Tanner

Celeste Tanner

CDO
Confluent Development

Cyndi Thomas

Cyndi Thomas

Partner
Etkin Johnson

Agenda

  • Registration, Networking & Breakfast

  • Keynote Panel

    One-on-One Fireside Chat Featuring:
    • Susan Powers, President, Urban Ventures
    Moderator: Tami Door, CEO, Downtown Denver Partnership

  • Power Women Panel

    An In-Depth Discussion on the Future of Women in Business and Commercial Real Estate
    • Linda Alvarado, President & CEO, Alvarado Construction
    • Kim Day, CEO, Denver International Airport
    • Tracy Jenkins Winchester, Executive Director, Five Points Business District
    Moderator: Tasha Jones, Director of Marketing and Community Relations, Forest City

  • Award Ceremony

    Celebrating Denver's Power Women Honorees

  • Post Panel Coffee & Schmooze

Denver Power Women

The last century has been transformative for women in the modern workforce: women today make up approximately 25% of senior positions in corporate America. The latest CREW Network Benchmark Study Report notes several recent advances for females in commercial real estate:

- The income gap between men and women is shrinking

- An increased number of senior level positions continue to be filled by women

- More women report a higher level of satisfaction at earlier phases of their careers

While progress has been significant, women continue to face disadvantages and inequalities in modern corporate society. The remarks of Susan B. Anthony, in many ways, still resonate today: "Oh, if I could but live another century and see the fruition of all the work for women! There is so much yet to be done." 

Among those leading the charge and defying the traditional image of c-suite, executive and money-maker, Denver's Power Women are pioneers for the female leaders of tomorrow. 

 

Join us this December as Bisnow celebrates Denver's most influential leaders in business and commercial real estate at our Denver Power Women 2018 event. In addition to honoring each leader, we'll address some of the biggest issues facing women in business and CRE today:

1) What are the challenges and rewards of being a c-suite female executive in business and commercial real estate?

2) How do you see cultures of corporate America and the CRE industries changing to support women in the workforce?

3) Which development, investment and construction trends are currently shaping the mile high city? How does female leadership influence trends?

4) Is Denver a leading city for powerful and influential women? How can Denver improve gender equality and career strides in today's workforce?

5) Why is gender diversity important at the c-suite and executive levels? What are Denver's leading firms doing to make diversity both a priority and a standard?

We look forward to having you join us in honoring and celebrating Denver's most powerful leaders this December!

 

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Venue & Travel

Four Seasons Hotel Denver
1111 14th St
Denver, CO 80202

Ballroom: Grand Ballroom & Foyer, Second Level

Parking Information:
Valet: $18 per car.
Offsite Self-Parking: Garage located across the street at Denver Performing Art Complex. 1400 Curtis Street, Denver, CO. Garage entrances are located on Arapahoe and 13th Streets. $10 per car for under 5 hours.