The Denver Jewish Chamber of Commerce is an inclusive membership organization that is all about business. Founded on Jewish values, the Chamber promotes business growth, business development, professional relationships and offers educational programs.

President’s Message

Dear Members and Friends of the Chamber:

I wanted to take a few moments to update everyone about the what is going on with  the Denver Jewish Chambers.

We are excited about how well our semi-monthly morning breakfast networking group is doing.  On average we have 20 to 30 people who come twice a month, the 1st and 3rdWednesday of the month, to the New York Deli to network and build relationships.  It is through such relationships that business is growing and referrals occur.  We highlight a member at each breakfast by allowing that member to present to the group for about 10 minutes.  We also encourage participate to building relationships by meeting outside the breakfast and get to know each other.  If you would like to be a speaker, please contact Nathan Silver, Ray Smith or any board member.

Our evening programs have also been a success. We have had some great speakers teach us about social media, branding, internet security and how to create stronger relationships through networking.  As of 2015, we will holding evening events the 2 Thursday of every month, so mark your calendars.  If you would like to help organize any event, have an idea for a speaker or programs, please contact Sharon Sloane or any board member.

The Denver Jewish Chamber is always looking for new ways to help our members grow and thrive in their industry.  Should you like to get more involved, please do so by helping out on any of our committees.  We encourage people to get involved in order to help mold the future of this organization.   Because this is a volunteer organization, we need our members to help recruit, put the word out and help us grow to come a leader in the world of business.  Please contact me for more information about getting involved.

I would like to thank the Board, Ilene Bergsman, Sarah Golombek, Steve Heifetz, Bill Berger, Phil Bluestein, Ed Boyle, Jonathan Defez, Melanie Kantor, Seth Peritzman, and Sharon Sloane for all of their hard work and dedication.  I would also like to thank all of you, the members, who are dedicated to seeing this organization grow and thrive.  It is thanks to them that we are a thriving entity.  It takes a lot of effort to turn our thoughts and inspirations into reality.

Your input is always valued, so please send us your comments regarding how you believe we can become a more effective organization.

Thank you,

Carolin Topelson