Morag Barrett<br/> Founder and CEO of SkyeTeam

 

Morag Barrett is the author of Cultivate: The Power of Winning Relationships. She is also the founder and CEO of SkyeTeam, an international human resources consulting and leadership development company. Morag’s experience ranges from senior executive coaching to developing leaders and teams across Europe, America and Asia. SkyeTeam works with clients in a range of industries, including health care, telecoms, mining, manufacturing, engineering, and technology.

Donna Evans<br/> President and CEO of the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce

 

Donna Evans has worked in leadership positions in public policy, strategic planning, community, business and membership development, marketing and communications. She won the 2012 Denver Business Journal Outstanding Woman in Business Award in Non-Profits and Public Entities. She was named as one of the 100 Distinguished Girl Scout Alumnae Living in Colorado in 2012. She is a 2010 alumni of Leadership Denver, was selected as a 2009 Woman of Distinction from the Girl Scouts and honored as one of the 20 Extraordinary Women from KOSI in 2010.

Mary Pacifico-Valley<br /> President of Rickenbaugh Auto Group

 

Mary Pacifico-Valley, president of the Rickenbaugh Auto Group and one of a handful of women in the country leading a car dealership, guided the company through budget cuts and the 2008 recession without reducing staff. She gives time, resources and leadership to the General Motors Women’s Retail Initiative and the Mount Saint Vincent Home for abused and neglected children. Mary was Denver Business Journal’s Outstanding Women in Business finalists in 2013.

Sonya Ulibarri<br/> President and CEO of Girls Incorporated of Metro Denver

 

Sonya brings over 15 years of experience to her position as President & CEO of Girls Incorporated of Metro Denver, an organization that serves over 2,000 girls annually with a mission to inspire all girls to be strong, smart, and bold. As an active leader in the community, Sonya serves on the board of the Colorado Nonprofit Association and is a Commissioner with the Denver Office of Strategic Partnerships.  She is a 2010 Livingston Fellow with the Bonfils-Stanton Foundation and a 2011 Lead the Way Fellow with the Women of Color Policy Network at NYU.  Sonya has a B.A. in political science and psychology from the University of Colorado.