[copperpress-advertserve-ad-reload zone="3"]
 August 1, 1999

Szczurek pledges $25,000 to BPW fund

BOULDER — Theresa Szczurek, president of Technology and Management Solutions, a Boulder consulting firm, has pledged $25,000 to the Colorado Business and Professional Women’s Foundation to endow a scholarship in her name.

Szczurek, president of the Colorado BPW Foundation, has been an active member of the professional businesswomen’s organization, a statewide non-profit group that helps Colorado women attain economic self-sufficiency through education.

The Foundation is currently in a campaign to raise $300,000 for its endowment from corporations and the community by year 2001. Already, the group says it has raised 76 percent of its goal.

Corporate donors so far have included Jeppesen Sanderson, Century 21-The Bernardi Group and Arthur Anderson. Boulder entrepreneur Carol Grever Gray also has been a large contributor.

Szczurek co-founded Radish Communications Systems with her husband in 1990 and sold it in 1996. She also has been an active fund-raiser for the Boulder Technology Incubator.

For information on donating or receiving a scholarship application, call (303) 595-5405 or go online to bcn.boulder.co.us/business/colobpwf.

BOULDER — Theresa Szczurek, president of Technology and Management Solutions, a Boulder consulting firm, has pledged $25,000 to the Colorado Business and Professional Women’s Foundation to endow a scholarship in her name.

Szczurek, president of the Colorado BPW Foundation, has been an active member of the professional businesswomen’s organization, a statewide non-profit group that helps Colorado women attain economic self-sufficiency through education.

The Foundation is currently in a campaign to raise $300,000 for its endowment from corporations and the community by year 2001. Already, the group says it has raised 76 percent…

[copperpress-advertserve-ad-reload zone="3"]

Related Content

[copperpress-advertserve-ad-interstitial zone="30"]