Colorful Women is a process/support group for self-identified BIPOC women to connect, dialogue, celebrate and support each other’s whole authentic selves through an intersectional lens. Common themes discussed include, but are not limited to; stress management and mental health concerns, race, ethnicity, gender, empowerment, resiliency, interpersonal relationships, and professional adjustment and achievement. This space is often viewed as a “reservoir,” a safe, supportive, environment designed to unify BIPOC women to overcome challenges. 

Learning Outcomes

After attending this workshop, attendees will learn to:  

  • Discuss common experiences that impact mental wellness 
  • Build connections with other CU women of color  
  • Receive resources to better manage stress and maintain work performance 

Who should attend

This workshop is intended for self-identified staff/faculty women of color who can commit to attending for 6 weeks. 


  • February 24 
  • March 3rd  
  • March 10th 
  • March 17th 
  • March 24th  
  • March 31 2022 




Instructor(s): Carla Eugene LPCC-S 

Cost: There is no cost for this course.