On Oct. 2 the Girl Scouts of Colorado honored the 2018 Women of Distinction during the Thin Mint Dinner at the Denver Marriott
Tech Center. The 2018 Women of Distinction for the Denver metro-area are:
A group of nearly 450 gathered at the event, which was chaired by Women of Distinction Pat Cortez ’04, senior vice president, community affairs manager, community relations and CRA Risk Management Department, Wells Fargo Government and Community Relations Group; and Brook Kramer ’16 senior vice president, senior regional fiduciary manager, Philanthropic Services, Wells Fargo Private Bank. The honorees were selected by a committee of their peers led by selection chair Tasha Jones ’15, director of marketing, Forest City. They are shining examples of corporate, civic and philanthropic leadership and serve as role models for our female leaders of tomorrow.
The evening’s keynote speaker was Girl Scout Gold Award recipient Riley Mogenthahler, recipient of Stephanie A. Foote Leadership Prize for Gold Award Excellence.
Since 1997 Girl Scouts of Colorado has recognized 436 Denver-area women with this honor. More than $2 million has been raised in 20 years by Women of Distinction for Girl Scout programs.
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