We are extremely proud that one of our own — Barbara Gigone — has won the national Communicator of Achievement award for 2015. Read more about Barbara and her remarkable career here. Many congratulations, Barbara.
Colorado Press Women, an affiliate of the National Federation of Press Women, was founded in 1941 and incorporated in 1962. NFPW was founded in 1937.
What we do — CPW meets several times during the year, providing opportunities for professional growth, leadership skills enhancement, networking and recognition.
Who we are — CPW is a diverse organization of professional communicators, both women and men, who are reporters, editors, broadcasters, public relations practitioners, publishers, advertising and marketing professionals, college communications educators, graphic designers, photographers, freelance writers and authors.
Mission — To enable professional growth for communicators in an evolving environment by promoting excellence through education, opportunities for achievement, and supportive relationships.
We award a college scholarship periodically to a deserving student in the field of communications/journalism. Check this space for updates.
* * * Colorado Press Women has a state-only membership category. For $25, you can join CPW for 12 months anytime during the year. * * * You may decide at a later date to update your membership to the full national level.
Please visit our Membership page for more details.
NEXT EVENTS: April 30, 2016 – Colorado Women's Hall of Fame salute to women journalists and their organizations. Also recognizing Colorado Press Women's 75th anniversary. More information here.
May 21, 2016 —Dialogue with Dean Lori Bergen, Ph.D., founding dean of the College of Media, Communication and Information at the University of Colorado in Boulder. Details here.
July 26, 2016 — 75th anniversary celebration of Colorado Press Women. Details to come.
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