"Joining the Denver Woman's Press Club gave me a chance to meet other women in my field, learn from their experiences, and share the ups and downs of similar careers."
Where Professional Women Writers Connect – Founded in 1898
The Denver Woman’s Press Club is a professional membership organization that supports women in journalism, media, communications, and literary fields. Your membership includes access to networking opportunities, writing workshops and seminars, and participation in a historic organization of women writers.
Are you a reporter, editor, publicist, freelance writer, poet, author, or communications professional? Join us!
Since 1898, the club has provided a gathering place for professional women newspaper journalists and published authors to organize, socialize, and earn a living through writing. Until that time, there had been no such place for professional women writers. In the 1980s, the club broadened its membership to include publicists, communications pros, and other allied professions and has continued to grow and thrive. Today, the Denver Woman’s Press Club honors its heritage by promoting professional development, cultivating friendships, and providing support to members through educational, social, and philanthropic means.
Interested in scheduling an event or meeting at the clubhouse? Please contact Marcia Goldstein, firstname.lastname@example.org!