Womxn's march denver
Board of directors
Megan Fine currently works for CALSTART, a membership-based non-profit focused on building a high-tech clean-transportation industry that creates jobs, cuts air pollution and oil imports, and curbs climate change. As the Senior Manager of Strategic Industry Engagement, her primary focus is leading the execution of the organization’s largest events as well as working with members on elevating their support and impact within the clean transportation industry.
Before joining CALSTART, Megan spent 15 years at Denver Zoo, where she managed the Zoo’s events program and later became a frontline fundraiser specializing in corporate giving. During her time at Denver Zoo, Megan enjoyed building mutually beneficial partnerships.
Megan is currently serving as the Past-Chair of the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce Young Professional Advisory Board, which she joined in 2017. During her term, she was able to assist the Chamber with restructuring and rebranding the Young Professional Advisory Board.
Megan holds a B.A. in Communications with a concentration in Public Relations from Colorado Mesa University.
Jade Marquez is a Senior Lead Digital Experience Manager at Lumen Technologies. Personally, and professionally Jade actively seeks out technology with the intention of harnessing its power to enhance and refine--and direct it towards day-to-day activities. Jade’s passion for women’s rights started in college while studying Women and Gender Studies and continues now as she focuses on women’s issues and leadership in business. A solutions oriented feminist, Jade works towards addressing issues like gender parity by implementing and sharing best practices. Jade belongs to the Colorado Technology Association’s WIT-CO Counsel and CWCC’s Young Professionals Board as Signature Events Committee Chair where she works to advance and support women in business and technology. Jade enjoys bingeing Love Island, escaping into a Dungeons and Dragons book series, and spending time with her silver-shaded persion cat, Baby.
Sara Saihati is a Chemical Engineering graduate of Virginia Tech and has carried the university's motto, UT Prosim (That I May Serve), to her Denver community. Consequently, she is a firm believer in education being a driving force for good in world.
Sara previously volunteered on Colorado Technology Association's Young Professionals board, have served two separate terms as the Events Chair and Marketing Chair.
Sara was also a finalist for Denver Business Journal's "CTA APEX Emerging Leader" in 2023.
My name is Sara Olson, I am serving in my twentieth year in public education. I have been happily married for 19 years and am a mother of two teenage daughters.I wanted to serve on the Womxn’s March Board in order to support their mission of amplifying marginalized voices. As an educator, I live in a world that strives to provide equity for all, and plan to champion all causes that fight that fight. It is an honor to have the opportunity to serve alongside amazing humans in order to encourage others to find their voice.
2020 Heavy Lifters
Volunteers are the true power behind the march.
Chair: Genene Duran
Chair: Rohini Gupta
logistics & Volunteer
Logistics Chair: TBD
Volunteer Coordinator Chair: Suzie Schuckman
Chair: Angela Astle
Connie Lane: Stage Management
marketing & PR
Chair: Angela Astle