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Faces of Boulder – Pic of the Day

February 23rd, 2016

This Florida native is loving her new life in Colorado! Meet Stephanie, a junior year economics major at CU Boulder. She moved out here when she started college three years ago and says she has no intention of moving back to the East Coast. “I love the weather here, I love the people I’ve met, I love the mountains, I love everything about where I am,” she said. After college, she intends to move to Denver with her current roommate and start a career there. She still plans to make her way to the mountains and Boulder almost every weekend, expressing that it’s become her... Read More

Young Women & Business: Millennials in workforce, open grounds to closing the gender pay gap

October 28th, 2014

If you didn’t read my last week’s blog, allow me to summarize: Boulder may be in line to become the next, Silicon Valley-esque, tech-driven national economy. With that comparison comes a dangerous truth: Boulder could be facing what the technology giants in Santa Clara are experiencing themselves: massive gaps between men and women’s incomes. And without attention paid to this issue, Boulder could be following in these same footsteps.   Santa Clara’s pay gap is large and it is concerning when you begin to compare what Boulder could become due to this similar technology boom. Nevertheless,... Read More

The Puzzle Of Growing Young

June 10th, 2014

Life is an exciting living puzzle!  We spend an entire lifetime putting the pieces together, which creates the picture of our life.  Sometimes the pieces fit perfectly together, and other times they are a complete mismatch.  We are all born naturally inquisitive; looking for all of the right pieces through experimenting with everything we can get our hands on.  Through trial and error, we slowly begin the unique process of creating our personal-picture-puzzle.  If we’re lucky, we are born with parents who have successfully put many of the pieces together, and they can help us with our own... Read More