Our mission is to decrease the gender
data bias gap through expansive networking
opportunities and collaborative fundraising.
EVERY WOMAN A LEADER 2022 INITIATIVE
In partnership with Safe Harbor Crisis Center, the Every Woman a Leader (EWAL) initiative seeks to decrease the gender data bias gap by creating a cross-industry female-professional network and fundraising for women at the Center looking to heal and start anew. RSVP below to join Safe Harbor and EWAL as we host our first-ever, 200-300 person, meta-networking event on Saturday, February 5th, 2022 at 7 p.m. Additional event details coming soon.
This initiative would not be possible without the collaboration and partnerships made with local businesses and organizations across Utah. Your partnership with this event shows your commitment to ensuring that the women at your workplace feel seen, heard, and empowered. Our partnership options are broken down into the tiers:
Gladyris (Glady) Larsen joined Safe Harbor Crisis Center in 2019 and serves as Director of Development. In this role, Glady facilitates partnerships, writes grants, and leads the Development team at Safe Harbor. She brings wide-ranging expertise in areas expanding from marketing, media relations, healthcare, compliance, technology, and human resources. Glady holds a master’s degree in Business Administration with a minor in Marketing from Western Governor’s University. She also holds multiple bachelor’s degrees in Biology, Human Resources, and Construction and Project Management degree from Lousiana State University. She is passionate about equality and human rights and is an active member of her community.
Ryan is a graduate of BYU and Tech Consultant at Pariveda Solutions. His passion for social impact goes back to his days as a cougar, where he helped establish what would become the Marriott Inclusion in Business Student Society and took part in the Nonprofit Student Society as the chief data analyst. Since graduating, he has been involved in internal efforts within his work, concerning social impact and LGBTQ+ initiatives. Outside of work, he plays a role in the development of Equality Utah’s BEL materials.
Jonelle is a Project Manager at Qualtrics. Prior to this role, she was the program manager working with a team of 13 other leaders for the Nonprofit Student Society at BYU. Throughout the past few years, she has been proudly involved in several community initiatives to help with the gender data bias gap, domestic violence, and immigration issues.
Representative Rosemary Lesser was elected to the Utah House of Representatives in January 2021 following a thirty five year career as a practicing OB/GYN physician. She was in the first class of women admitted to the University of Notre Dame and then went on to serve in the US Air Force. She has continued her advocacy for women both in the legislature and in the community, serving on the Board of the Davis Citizens Coalition Against Violence.
Social Media & Marketing Coordinator
Mayren Rancifer is a communications professional based out of Central Texas. She is passionate about gender equality, civil rights, and immigration reform and has focused her professional career working on political campaigns. Born in Mexico, Mayren immigrated to the United States as a child and remains fluent in Spanish. She attended Weber State University. She lives with her husband, daughter, and goofy pitbull.
Rhea is a Seattle native who moved to Utah pre-college and graduated from the BYU Marriott School of Business. Rhea has experience in academia, human resources, consulting, and private equity with many different types of businesses including government, startups, and fortune 500 companies. She currently work as a management consultant for EY-Parthenon based out of New York City.