The Legacy: Women's Leadership in Utah
Katherine Kitterman is the Historical Director for Better Days 2020, researching and sharing the legacy of women's leadership in Utah. She works with local historians, educators, and artists to feature a diverse range of Utah women's advocates and inspire the next generation of change makers. Katherine is currently a Ph.D. candidate in history at American University in Washington, D.C., where she has worked to bring history to life at the Smithsonian Institution, the Holocaust Memorial Museum, and Woodrow Wilson House. Her dissertation analyzes the rhetoric of Mormon women's struggle for suffrage in nineteenth-century Utah, highlighting the two-way connection between suffragists in West and East.
Brooke Smart is an illustrator living and working in Salt Lake City, Utah, along with her husband, their three kids and their cat, Sunshine. She studied illustration at BYU and received her BFA in 2007. Her work focuses on themes such as motherhood, childhood, and brave women from today and from the past. Clients include The New York Times, Random House, Viking, Bravery Magazine, Illustoria Magazine, Greystone Kids, and Peachtree Publishing. Along with her freelance work, she also enjoys teaching, and has taught for two years at BYU.
Join us every Month for Leadership Luncheon
Leadership Luncheons will be held at The Riverwood's Conference Center. Complimentary parking is available on the upper level of the garage across the street and in the parking lot to the south of the Springhill Suites Marriott. Check-in begins at 11:30 AM, with lunch and program to begin at noon.