Diversity and Inclusion
The Chamber implemented its Diversity committee in April 2007 to be a resource, to provide avenues for success and to encourage participation in the support our community provides. Our goal is to cultivate an environment where our women- and minority-owned businesses have the opportunity to thrive and grow.
The newly reinvigorated Cultural Business Alliance is in the process of developing cross-cultural business-oriented programming.
To help us to understand the needs and demographics of the community in regards to diversity, please take a moment and follow the link at the bottom of this page to complete a short, 5-minute survey.
The South Metro Denver Chamber focuses on developing the diversity of our membership, as well as the diversity of the chamber leadership by raising the awareness of diversity issues and working to create a positive environment for business opportunities between minority owned, women owned, and all businesses in the South Metro Denver area.
Definition of Diversity
This includes (but is not limited to) females, males, people of color, people with disabilities, people of all ages, people who live alternative lifestyles, people of all religions, people with cultural or language backgrounds other than American or English, and people who have recently immigrated to the United States.