Women As Co-Creators With God
Motherhood is a critical means by which women are co-creators with God. But crafting our own lives is an equally critical process of creation for women everywhere. The three women on our Salon panel discussion will inspire us with their own journeys of self-discovery and co-creation, and expand our vision of how we can work with God to be creators of our own lives across a breadth of life stages, skill sets and experiences.
June 1st, 2013
251 South 300 East, Providence, UT 84332
Laura is a private chef and caterer, cookbook author and cooking instructor. She is a regular contributor on KSL’s (NBC affiliate) Studio 5 TV program www.studio5.ksl.com, in Salt Lake City. She is also a host/interviewer on our local television station ‘The Valley Channel’www.thevalleychannel.com, and now have a regular 30 minute cooking show, ‘Quick and Easy Meals’, featured on that channel.
Also, recently she and her husband, Allan were featured in the I’m a Mormon Campaign.
Ronda Roberts Callister is a professor in the Department of Management and Human Resources and the recipient of the Vernon Maughan Buehler and Maree C. Buehler Endowed Professorship. She has taught a number of management courses and in 2001 she was selected as the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business Teacher of the Year. She obtained her Ph.D. from the University of Missouri. Last year, Ronda spoke on "Reducing Barriers to Contributions of Women" at TedXUSU and participated in a Sunstone panel called Why I Stay about her spiritual journey as an LDS women.
Krisanne Hastings Knudsen
Krisanne hails from the delicious drizzle of Portland, Oregon, and now lives in American Fork, Utah, with her design savvy husband. She has a BA in art history from BYU and an MA in art history from the University of York, England. Her colorful and dynamic spiritual history includes her conversion to the Church at the age of eleven, as well as family members who are Jewish, Catholic, Buddhist, and Mormon. She is addicted to design blogs, is an incurable Anglophile, and loves teaching art to children at Brigham Young University’s Museum of Art. She is devoted to supporting and empowering women within and without the Church.
When & Where
The Mormon Women Project
The Mormon Women Project is a continuously expanding digital library of interviews with Latter-day Saint women found at www.mormonwomen.com. It gives a voice to those women who have diverse cultural backgrounds, have overcome personal challenges, magnify their roles at home, or who represent the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to the world in their jobs.