Jacki Zehner

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"Jacki Zehner, Chief Engagement Officer & President, is an impassioned philanthropic visionary committed to the social and economic empowerment of women. She considers herself to be “a very blessed woman channeling [her] resources to help advance gender equality.” She became a community member of Women Moving Millions (WMM) in 2009 by means of a $1 million pledge to the Women’s Funding Network and has since become WMM’s Chief Engagement Officer. In addition to her role with WMM, she is President of the Jacquelyn and Gregory Zehner Foundation, a Board Member of The Sundance Institute and the Christian Center of Park City. She is a former board member of the Women's Funding Network, The Breast Cancer Research Foundation, The National Council for Research on Women, The University of British Columbia and the Center for Talent Innovation. Jacki also serves on the Advisory Boards of the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media, Pax World’s Global Women’s Equality Fund, and the Women Effect Investing initiative of Criterion Ventures. Prior to her full-time engagement in the philanthropic arena, she was a Partner and Managing Director at Goldman Sachs. She is a member of many networks including The Women Donor’s Network, The Harvard Kennedy School Women’s Leadership Board, The International Women’s Forum, The Red Cross Tiffany Circle and The United Way of Salt Lake’s Women’s Philanthropic Network. In 1996, she became the youngest woman and first female trader to be made a partner of the firm. She is also a frequent media commentator, consultant and speaker on women’s success in the workplace, women and wealth, investing, financial current events and high-impact philanthropy. Jacki currently lives in Park City, Utah with her husband and two children. "[1]


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  1. Women Moving Millions Leaders, organizational web page, accessed May 27, 2013.