Glenda Pierce Harrison is a loving daughter, sister, mother, and staunch defender of women and girls. A native of Baltimore, she earned her bachelor’s degree from Howard University, Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from University of Virginia, and MBA from Ohio University. She is a creative strategist, a thought leader and a visionary, with over 35 years of professional experience in project management, network engineering, technical design, global supply chain management, analytical analysis, organizational leadership, and coaching and mentoring. From 2011 – 2019, she served as Board Trustee for Columbus School for Girls where she was pivotal in developing the school’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion platform. She currently serves on the Board for Olive Tree Foundation for Girls, is a Certified Life Coach, and lives in Dallas, where she enjoys playing golf, officiating girls lacrosse and field hockey, and spending quality time with her daughter, Teal, a Marine Ecologist who resides in New Orleans.

Kimberly Lowe Henderson is a devoted mother, wife, and champion of women and girls. A native of Ohio, she earned her bachelor’s degree from Columbia University in the City of New York and law degree from Fordham University. She is a talented attorney and leadership coach, with 24 years of experience in organizational development, health and human services, education administration, workforce development, and labor and employment relations. In 2014, she founded the Olive Tree Foundation for Girls, a non-profit organization that provides scholarships and mentoring to economically disadvantaged girls enrolled in private school. She has served on the Board of YWCA of Columbus, the Boys and Girls Club of Central Ohio, and Columbus School for Girls, and is a Certified Life Coach. She lives in Charlotte with her husband, Eric, and they have one son, Vincent, who is a sophomore at Arizona State University.