Advisory Board

Karmel Larson

Karmel Larson

Karmel Larson

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Serial entrepreneur and mother of 8, her current project is leading as founder of the tech startup - Momni.com; a caresharing app to connect mothers to mothers for childcare, a solution to the global childcare crisis. The Momni Foundation is her passion as she brings mothers together to help one another.

As a business owner and licensed social service worker, Karmel has also always been interested in community advocacy and social service programs through her efforts with Mothers of Influence, American Mothers, Inc., Parents Television Council and Women For Decency. 

Amy Caldwell

Karmel Larson

Karmel Larson

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Hailing from farm country Missouri, Amy learned the value of Grit on the farm as she fought for survival with older brothers and a twin. This attribute serves her well as the Executive Director and co-founder of RevRoad, a venture services firm in Provo, UT. In her past life Amy has been involved in executive management in high-end boutiques, corporate retail sales, and cellular company sales management, organizing large fundraising events and building strong customer networks. Amy‘s talent is connection to people and empathy towards how to negotiate through the waters of venture agreements and partnerships. She worked for Caroline Productions on the management team with directors and producers to film the hit show “Touched by an Angel.” Currently she officially oversees new business development, portfolio company communications, events, investor engagement, and community interactions. She serves on the board of directors for three RevRoad portfolio companies Momni, SkillStruck and Mentorli, the executive board of the BYU Women in Entrepreneurship and Advisory Board for The W Collective. All of this is fun and exciting but Amy’s greatest joys come from spending time with her best friend and husband, a Star Wars fanatic, and four beautiful children. Serving in her church, listening to a good book and dreaming of spending limitless time on a warm beach someday also top her list of ways to live the perfect life.

Robyn Cohen

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Robyn Cohen

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Originally from Toronto, Robyn has lived in two continents, three countries and seven cities over the course of 25 years. 

Robyn has been in the women's empowerment space for over a decade. First with Girls in Tech, then launching her own platform when she lived in Brazil, then as one of the first executive committee members of Womenpreneurs, and finally producing Women’s Week two years in a row when she was Director at the Impact Hub Salt Lake. She has always been passionate about giving women a platform to showcase who they are, the businesses they have founded or run, and generate more positive and consistent media attention for them. 

She’s also an accomplished professional with 15+ years of experience specializing in operations, integrated marketing strategies and strategic partnerships, having worked with startups, medium-sized businesses, as well as large corporations.

Robyn is very active in the Silicon Slopes community, a certified health coach from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and loves calling Salt Lake City home.

In her spare time, you can find her in the gym, camping somewhere in the Intermountain West, and spending time with her furry daughter Asia and her husband.