Chapters

Roberta Sweeney (Wasatch Chapter) and Mary Hammack (Rocky Mountain Chapter) share a laugh at a recent board meeting.

Roberta Sweeney (Wasatch Chapter) and Mary Hammack (Rocky Mountain Chapter) share a laugh at a recent board meeting.

FEW is organized on national, regional and chapter levels. Activities, programs, and functions related to the organization’s goals and objectives take place at all levels. As we look ahead to FEW’s 50th anniversary year (in 2018) there are also many things to celebrate on the chapter and regional level. You will notice that although there are few chapters in the region, we are mighty and long-lived! Three chapters were charted over 40 years ago (Wasatch (1976), Columbine (1976), and Rocky Mountain (1971)). Out largest chapter (DFC) was charted over 10 years ago and offers vibrant and innovative programs. High Plains (charted in 1992) focuses on the VA in Denver-Aurora to maintain a link with Federally Employed Women working non-traditional hours and roles.

We encourage you to look around our website and check back often as information is updated when new events are offered. We also urge you to visit one of our chapter meetings to see for yourself how FEW will become a positive part of your career and personal development goals. This website provides information on the chapters located within the Rocky Mountain Region. The regional levels within FEW were established in 1973, so 2018 will be the 45th anniversary of the regions.

Shannon Mahan, Rocky Mountain Regional Manager

Shannon Mahan, Rocky Mountain Regional Manager


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