We promote, honor, and empower Colorado girls and women in sport. DONATE GET INVOLVED Mikaela Shiffrin 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017, 2018 Sportswoman of the Year Beatrix Hatz 2018 Track Honoree Katherine Fankhouser 2019 Kayaking Honoree Megan Rielly 2018 Skiing Freeride Honoree

WHO WE ARE

Sportswomen of Colorado is on a mission to promote, honor, and empower Colorado girls and women in sport.

CELEBRATE EXCELLENCE

Each year for the past 48 years, we have hosted an awards celebration where we recognize girls, women, and those who contribute to women’s sports. 

CONNECT AND UNIFY

With over 2,000 award honorees over 48 years, we help connect communities and individuals in Colorado.

ELIMINATE BARRIERS

We promote lifelong participation in sports for girls and women by eliminating barriers.

2022 AWARD HONOREES NAMED

Sportswomen of Colorado (SWOC) will honor an impressive lineup of 49 of Colorado’s top female athletes and contributors to women’s athletics at its 49th Annual Awards Celebration on Sunday, March 12, 2023 at the Hyatt Regency Denver Tech Center.

49TH ANNIVERSARY
CELEBRATION

We’re celebrating our 10th anniversary this year, and we have a lot to celebrate. Over the last 10 years, we’ve served over 500,00 students, including 115,000 diverse alumni. We’re changing the culture of what a computer scientist looks like and working to build a tech industry that looks like the diverse communities we live in today. As we look back on what we’ve achieved so far, we’re also excited to look ahead with an ambitious plan to reach 1 million students in our next decade of work.

“Girls Who Code has impacted my life by inspiring me to forge my own path and to be a role model for students in underrepresented groups pursuing STEM. Being part of Girls Who Code has allowed me to pursue my purpose and grow as a community leader.”

Gloria Salas, Summer Program, College Loops, and Virtual Mentoring alumna

500,000 girls, women and nonbinary individuals coding worldwide

The gender gap in tech has been getting worse, but Girls Who Code is changing that. Our alumni go on to major in Computer Science at 7X the national average.

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The gender gap in tech has been getting worse, but Girls Who Code is changing that. Our alumni go on to major in Computer Science at 7X the national average.

The gender gap in tech has been getting worse, but Girls Who Code is changing that. Our alumni go on to major in Computer Science at 7X the national average.

The gender gap in tech has been getting worse, but Girls Who Code is changing that. Our alumni go on to major in Computer Science at 7X the national average.

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The gender gap in tech has been getting worse, but Girls Who Code is changing that. Our alumni go on to major in Computer Science at 7X the national average.

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Sportswomen of Colorado
P.O. Box 261023
Lakewood, CO 80226
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