The mission of Global Chamber Denver (GCD), headed by former Hispanic Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Jeffrey Campos, is “to grow business from anywhere to anywhere while collaborating with every organization.” On May 9, Campos, along with GCD board chair Scott Nelson, hosted a reception for the members of the Colorado Consular Corps (CCC) at the scenic Buell Mansion in Cherry Hills Village. Sponsors of the event included Vanessa Davison of Panorama Consulting Solutions and Jordan Friedman of JF Global CPA. DiFrancos.com of Denver catered the gathering. The Colorado Consular Corps has been a local fixture for more than sixty years. Its members include regular full-time consulates representing Canada, China, Guatemala, Japan, Mexico, Peru and the United Kingdom, along with honorary consulates for another forty countries around the globe. “The CCC strives to increase cooperation and communication among its members; to increase awareness of foreign and international issues in Colorado and to provide information to Colorado residents about visas, laws, regulations, passport issues and more pertaining to each host country.” The dean of the CCC is Deborah A. Palmieri, Ph.D., Honorary Consul General of the Russian Federation. The beautiful weather and picturesque grounds provided an opportunity for CCC members to mix and mingle with leaders of government and industry, including Cherry Hills Village Mayor Laura Christman, RTD Board Chair Doug Tisdale, political TV personality Aaron Harber, public affairs consultant and former governor’s chief of staff Jim Carpenter, and Gilberto Cisneros, president and CEO of Chamber of the Americas.