Good Business Colorado is a grassroots organization of values-driven business owners challenging the lines of partisanship and advocating for a prosperous economy, equitable communities, and a sustainable environment. Our members believe that business success cannot be measured by profit alone and that business plays a key role in ensuring our planet, communities, and bottom lines are all thriving. Good Business Colorado Advances Our Shared Values By:

● Advocating for local, state and federal policies that reflect our values

● Providing an alternative perspective to traditional business organizations and voices

● Sparking more involvement from like-minded, values-driven businesses

● Helping formulate and advocate for policies that build a prosperous, equitable, and sustainable Colorado

● Preparing and supporting members for testifying at state and local level public hearings.

Good Business Colorado was born out of the Amendment 70 campaign to increase the state minimum wage to $12 by 2020. Over 300 businesses joined the campaign in support for the measure and after the 2016 election, many of these business owners felt true ownership over the victory and wanted to continue to work together to see how they could continue to use their voices to influence policy debates. Several of these businesses came together to form Good Business Colorado, and the organization formally incorporated in October of 2017.

Good Business Colorado is working in Chaffee County with Corrine Rivera Fowler. Corrine is a seventh generation native Coloradan who has managed legislative and ballot initiative campaigns at the intersections of health, economic, and education policy. She has worked at the local, state, and federal levels for more than 15 years. She is committed to engaging communities authentically in our political processes and ensuring that those who are impacted have a genuine and intentional role in policy outcomes. Corrine and her husband Michael left Denver in 2018 to follow their dream of living closer to nature in the Arkansas River Valley. She is a Bighorn Public Policy Fellow, with an M.A. Political Science and has been an adjunct Political Science instructor at CU Succeeds.

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Corrine Rivera Fowler can be reached at

Debra Brown is the Executive Director and she may be reached at