Downtown Denver Chapter

Welcome to the Downtown Denver Chapter. We have been actively working towards meeting the goals and mission of FEW since we were charted on February 24, 2006.

Membership: FEW membership is made up of people employed by or retired from the Federal government. Federal government contractors, active or retired, or anyone who subscribes to the purposes of the organization is also eligible to become a member of FEW. Members must join and pay dues. Officers serving the Downtown Denver Chapter.

Elected Officers:
Delva Martinez, Chapter President ()
Beatrice Cruz, Chapter Vice President ()
Christina Brady, Chapter Treasurer ()
Dawn Trudeau, Chapter Secretary ()

About our meetings:
Participation in FEW is not limited to women. Anyone who is concerned about discrimination based on sex and employment opportunities for women in the Federal government is welcome to attend FEW meetings.

There are regularly scheduled meetings per year to fulfill the goals of FEW’s four major program areas: Legislative, training, compliance and diversity. Scheduled meetings are held every 3rd Tuesday in January, March, August and October. Our meetings are located at: 1999 Broadway, Suite 3340, Denver, CO 80202. Meetings begin at 5:00 pm and end around 6:30 pm. If you would like advanced notice of these meetings please send an email to Dawn Trudeau and you will be added to the distribution list.

Executive Board meetings are held twice a year in June and November. These meetings are open to all current chapter members.

Some of our recent meetings included topics on, Thrift Savings Plan, Women’s History, and our National Training Program in New Orleans.

Encouraging diversity and equity in the workplace
Enhancing career opportunities
Providing opportunities for professional growth.