Sponsors and Partners

Sponsors

Our sponsors are individuals or organizations that have donated to the Utah Women & Leadership Project either through grants, direct gifts, or in-kind donations. Our work would not be possible without the support of our generous sponsors.

beesley family foundation
crandall Logo
Heather Groom Logo
hrcp Logo
jacquelyn and gregory zehner foundation
LDS foundation Logo
UEN Logo
UPR Logo
wheeler logo
Woodbury school of business Logo
Younique logo

Thank you to our past donors
Campbell Family Foundation, Carolyn & Paul Thompson, Culinary Crafts, doTERRA, ebay, L3Harris, MX, Peterson Family Foundation, Score, Solutionreach, Squire, The Steve & Bette Gibson Family, Utah Valley Business Resource Center, National Advisory Board - Woodbury School of Business, United Way of Salt Lake, Utah Women in the Economy Commission, Utah Women's Giving Circle, UVU Women's Success Center, Wasatch Family Therapy.

Partners

Our partners are organizations that are working in a variety of ways to strengthen the impact and overall well-being of Utah women and girls. By working with community partners we can magnify our efforts, identify gaps, and make the most of our resources. If you are interested in becoming a Partner, see our partnerships document.

Better days
Better days
CGO Logo
Comunidades Unidas
Curly Me
Envision Utah
USU Extension
Huntsman School of Business
Living and Ageing with Pride
People helping people
Project Elect
real women run
Silicon Slopes
the policy project
the younique foundation
the younique foundation
utah division of multicultural affairs
Utah Education Network logo
UEFC
Utah Governor's Office of Economic Opportunity
UEFC
Utah Stem Action Center
Utah State Treasurer
uwhen
WeRoc
women in the economy commission
women tech council
women's business center
womens influence center
women's leadership institute
Woodbury School of Business
YWCA
Zions Bank

Collaborators

We collaborate with organizations that are working to strengthen the impact and overall well-being of Utah women and girls, whether as their core mission or through specific initiatives. By working with collaborators we can magnify our efforts, identify gaps, and make the most of our resources. If you are interested in becoming a Collaborator, see our collaborations document.