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Making an Impact

Women on The Greeley Area Chamber of Commerce Board

Article by Macy Kovarik

Photography by Provided

Originally published in Greeley Lifestyle

Jaime Henning

Greeley Area Chamber of Commerce

As the President and CEO of the Greeley Area Chamber of Commerce, Jaime is fortunate to have profound female leadership on both the Chamber team and Board of Directors. The Chamber strives to create ladders of opportunity for those in the community and continuously collaborates with others to do so.

Dr. Leah Bornstein

Aims Community College, CEO/President

With over 40 years dedicated to higher education, Dr. Bornstein is a prominent advocate for student success, quality instruction, increased access to education and strong strategic planning. She enjoys serving on the Chamber Board because it is the leading business voice, influencer and connector for the greater Greeley area.

Dr. Margo Karsten

Banner Health, Western Region President
Through involvement on the Chamber Board, Margo has become keenly aware of the unique challenges and opportunities that Greeley and Weld County face. As one of the healthcare leaders in Northern Colorado, Margo strives to support the Greeley community and appreciates being engaged in the various decisions and activities of the Chamber. 

Judy Hicks

Anderson & Whitney PC, Shareholder

Serving on the Chamber Board has provided Judy with valuable insight into the many positive initiatives driving our city forward. The Board's dynamism and ability to rally the community, particularly during the pandemic to support small businesses, has been truly inspiring for her. Judy is proud to contribute to the continued growth and vibrancy of Greeley.

Aimee Hutson

Aunt Helen’s Cafe & Wine Bar, Owner 

Aimee loves the Greeley Area Chamber because it serves as a hub for small businesses. It is a catalyst for their success, fostering economic growth and community development. Through a comprehensive understanding of policies and regulations, Aimee believes that the Chamber effectively advocates for policies that create an environment for small businesses to thrive.

Kristina McGuffey

Servpro of Greeley/Windsor, Co-Owner

The Greeley Area Chamber has a heart for the community and their investors. It has allowed Servpro’s team opportunities to grow in their leadership and in fellowship with other businesses. Kristina feels privileged to serve alongside these women for the greater benefit of the community that Servpro is proud to call home.

Dr. Deirdre Pilch

Greeley-Evans School District 6, Superintendent

Dr. Pilch believes robust community partnerships are essential to District 6’s mission to serve all students. Through a strong relationship with the Chamber and its businesses, organizations give District 6 students the opportunity to explore various careers, ensuring students' career pathway opportunities align with local employment needs.

Marilyn Schock

UCHealth Greeley Hospital, President 

Marilyn’s passion for community involvement is evident through her leadership and service as a board member of the Greeley Area Chamber. She is committed to the community through her work on the Board and is a relentless advocate for excellence. Marilyn shares her wisdom and experience with the Board, bringing dynamic ideas and concepts to the Chamber to maintain the vibrancy of our community.

Betzy Valdez

Empowered Leader, Founder

As a small business owner and Latina in the Greeley community, serving on the Greeley Area Chamber board offers a unique platform to stay informed, contribute to our local business community and ensure diverse voices are heard. Betzy believes in giving back and continual learning to foster a vibrant, inclusive business environment in Greeley.

  • Judy Hicks
  • Dr. Margo Karsten
  • Aimee Hutson
  • Kristina McGuffey
  • Jaime Henning
  • Marilyn Schock
  • Dr. Leah Bornstein
  • Dr. Deirdre Pilch
  • Betzy Valdez