“I have led workshops focused on personal branding at the Women Veterans of Colorado conferences for several years. A veteran’s military service teaches them resiliency, leadership and commitment. Translating their experiences and skills into defined goals and branding themselves as viable candidates in the civilian workforce, leads veterans to being seen as valuable, compelling and relevant to employers”.

~Lida Citroën

Lida Citroën is an author and internationally-recognized specialist in strategic marketing, reputation management and personal branding, including social media, image consulting, networking and community development. Watch Professional speaker, Lida Citroen, discuss personal branding, reputation, social media, and leadership HERE.


To have all Women Veterans in Colorado realize their full potential.


Women Veterans of Colorado (WVOC) focuses on educating and inspiring military Women Veterans. We accomplish this by:

  • Hosting educational conferences and symposia;
  • Connecting the community of Women Veterans;
  • Providing information about local resources; supporting self-sufficiency and how to use well-earned benefits;
  • Collaborating with government and private entities that provide assistance to Women Veterans helping everyone make connections;
  • Participating in outreach to projects and campaigns to increase awareness of the needs of our Women Veterans;
  • Assisting in the transition to civilian life, obtaining an education, finding suitable employment, and preventing homelessness.

Women Veterans of Colorado is an all volunteer, non-membership organization.



We are dedicated to Women who have served in any capacity in any branch the military.


We are supportive.  As a volunteer-based organization, we are committed to reaching out and connecting Women Veterans with each other and the community.


We act with accountability, trustworthiness, and conduct our business in an ethical manner.


We provide the forum for information, connection and education addressing Women Veterans’ issues and concerns.


We follow through on our promises and commitments to those we serve.


We care. We listen. We show respect.

“Disabled Veterans of America (DAV) report shows service gaps for Women in health care, transition services, disability, compensation, employment and housing.” — www.DAV.org