A Conversation With Annelise Loevlie of Icelantic Skis

From the Inaugural issue of Women Who Rock the Rockies in 2015. by Aaron Imber It’s easy to feel hopeless in our current economy. It seems like there are more PHD waitresses than ever. Yet the outdoor industry has a habit of fostering pockets of innovation and success.  Icelantic, a ski brand produced right here in Denver Colorado, is a shining example. Icelantic managed to … Continue reading A Conversation With Annelise Loevlie of Icelantic Skis

Explorer Chick Adventure Company

Explorer Chick provides a range of active adventure travels and tours for women of all ages and experience levels. Check off your travel bucket list, enjoy a weekend getaway, or try something new on a day trip near you.  From exciting itineraries with attention to the smallest detail to their supportive, adventure-loving community—they strive to make every Explorer Chick trip a positive and memorable experience. … Continue reading Explorer Chick Adventure Company

Well Fit Human Retreats

More than just a wellness retreat. The Well Fit Human experience is combining cultural immersion & humanitarian work to lifestyle design in a way that is inclusive for all. Together we are “Creating Positive Impact through Personal Growth.” Join us for a Personal Development & Humanitarian Travel experience. http://www.wellfithuman.com Continue reading Well Fit Human Retreats

Shredly – Fun, Pretty, Functional Bike and Outdoor Wear

From the Inaugural Edition of Women Who Rock the Rockies 2015. Since that time Shrewdly has grown. Here is what we had to say then. Satisfying a niche and fulfilling a demand is exactly what Shredly’s owner Ashley Rankin did after recognizing the lack of stylish, fun and feminine biking and sportswear for women. They say that black goes with everything but after a while … Continue reading Shredly – Fun, Pretty, Functional Bike and Outdoor Wear

Fannie Mae Duncan – A Colorado entrepreneur, philanthropist and activist

Jazz greats from all over the country travelled to Colorado Springs to play at the Cotton Club (1947 – 1975) at the invitation of Fannie Mae Duncan. She was a strong woman who took a stand to provide Colorado Springs with the first integrated night club. Recognized by the Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame in 2012, Rocky Mountain PBS produced a documentary on her life. … Continue reading Fannie Mae Duncan – A Colorado entrepreneur, philanthropist and activist

Women Of Colorado

There is a community of Women empowering Women in Colorado that has grabbed our attention – Women of Colorado. September will mark three years since Michelle J. Abrams, the groups’ founder, kicked off a website and social media platform uniting women of all interests, abilities & backgrounds in Colorado (and beyond).  Originally from Chicago, founder Michelle had a passion for Colorado’s wilderness and outdoors. Michelle is an E-RYT 200 Professional Yoga … Continue reading Women Of Colorado

Poppin Potions – Cocktail Recipes from Liquid Chef Billie Keithley

Outside Entertaining is warming up and these delicious and colorful cocktails will entice you spring, summer and into the cooler months of fall. Liquid Chef Billie Keithley whipped up some dazzling recipes from her Breckenridge Distillery recipe book and shared them with us. Their bright colors and fresh flavors will perk up any happy hour and are great to make at home or by the … Continue reading Poppin Potions – Cocktail Recipes from Liquid Chef Billie Keithley

This Woman’s Place Is Building Homes Around A Kitchen

Chanelle Harwood of Chanelle Harwood Homes an Anomaly in the Construction Industry According to the National Association of Women in Construction, the percentage of women in construction overall has hovered somewhere between 9% and 10% since 1996 and is currently at 9.9%. But of the 8.3 million that were employed in field production of the construction and extraction industries in 2018, only 3.4% were women. … Continue reading This Woman’s Place Is Building Homes Around A Kitchen