Pacific Western Technologies co-founder and Board Chair, Ding-Wen Hsu, has been selected to be honored in Colorado’s Women’s Hall of Fame for her work as a business leader and her multi-cultural community support in Colorado. Ms. Hsu shares this honor with a number of notable Colorado women including Molly Brown and Mamie Eisenhower. This honor is given to recognize diverse accomplishments that include leadership, entrepreneurism, humanitarian advocacy, and artistry.
Hsu’s work includes co-founding the International Multi-Cultural Institute that exists to promote harmony, eliminate prejudice and discrimination, combat community deterioration, and defend human and civil rights. As part of her passion for community work, Ms. Hsu also created the two-day Colorado Dragon Boat Festival, an inclusive celebration of Asian culture through visual, culinary and performing arts.
Ms. Hsu and her husband, Dr. Tai-Dan Hsu, co-founder and CEO of PWT, are both strong supporters of cultural diversity, opportunity, and education. They work to share these principles with all those touched by their business and in the expansion of their inclusive community.