Zakia Richardson is a litigation attorney currently serving clients in family law and immigration matters. In addition, to her litigation duties she manages federal grant funds, grant reporting, agency meetings, outreach and training. Prior legal work at a regional law firm involved debt recovery services, credit granting and debt purchasing industry where she significantly reduced a high risk portfolio and managed compliance of FDCPA, FACTA and Bankruptcy Code issues. Zakia previously worked in finance, sales and marketing for global corporations such as Goldman Sachs and Ford Motor Company. Zakia is an active community leader she formerly served as a board member of the Daybreak Community Master Association and a Jordan School District Calendar Committee member. She currently serves on the Utah Sexual Violence Council, Women Lawyers of Utah, and Third District Pro Bono Committee. Zakia earned a B.A. from the University of Virginia and obtained her J.D. from the University of Texas at Austin, School of Law.
Chétan Davé has 10 years of experience in the Corporate Finance sector. He has worked as a Financial Analyst for the Tech and Healthcare industries. He is currently the Senior Managed Care Analyst for the University of Utah Hospitals and Clinics. Chétan is also a co-founder of Naleeni Leatherworks, a handmade leather accessories company.
Chétan received a Bachelor of Science in Finance with an emphasis in Computer Science from the University of Utah. He currently resides with his wife Alice and two children in South Jordan, UT.
Cayenne DaBell is a big believer in lifelong education. She has a Bachelor’s of Science in Biology and a minor in Chemistry from the University of Utah. Currently she works at Early Light Academy as a paraprofessional in the sixth grade. Her past employment includes substitute teacher, girls’ camp counselor, veterinarian assistant, and plant genetics lab technician. She has served as president of a local spinning guild and is a professional fiber artist in her free time. Cayenne lives in South Jordan with her husband, Mark, and their three children.