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CEO + Co-Founder, PVD Lady Project City Manager, Board of Directors President
Sierra Barter is the CEO & Co-Founder of the Lady Project. Ms. Barter serves on the Board of Directors for The Lady Project as board chair, mentor with Year Up, adviser to the Millennial Professional Group, a TEDxProvidence speaker and volunteers with Friends of Homeless Animals, fostering rescue dogs. She has previously served on boards for Girls on the Run RI, Summit Neighborhood Association and StyleWeek Northeast.
Sierra Barter has been honored as one of Providence Monthly's "10 to Watch", listed as Rhode Island Monthly's "Most Powerful Women" and the YWCA "Woman of Achievement in 2014, one of Glamour's 'Hometown Heroes" in 2015 and as "Leading Women" by Girl Scouts of Southeastern New England. In 2015, she was appointed by Mayor Jorge Elorza to serve on the City of Providence's "Millennial Task Force."
A Wisconsin native, Ms. Barter moved to Providence in 2005 to attend Johnson & Wales University. She graduated in 2009 with her BS in Marketing & Advertising Communications. She is currently pursuing her MBA at Johnson & Wales University.
Sierra lives on the East Side of Providence with her two dogs, Lucy & Dee Dee and enjoys practicing yoga, a good craft beer and eating Mexican food whenever possible.
Creative Director, PVD Lady Project Creative Manager
Sarah grew up in a small beach town by the pine barrens of New Jersey. Her passion for computers and graphic design started at a young age when she chose to attend vocational school for computer science and flourished as she attended Johnson & Wales University for Graphic Design & New Media. She loves color, playful design and striking style. Currently Sarah serves as Graphic Designer at Fenton Glass Jewelry and Creative Director at The Lady Project. She is in charge of our each chapter's branding, our bi-annual Lady Project Gift Guides, social media graphics and more. Sarah's interest include movies and comics, women and girls in technology and her labradoodle Daisy.
Editor in Chief, Lady Project Blog, PVD Lady Project Photographer
Brittanny Taylor is a fashion and lifestyle photographer and social media branding consultant working in New England and New York. She was born and raised in Providence. She graduated from Rhode Island College with a BA in Film Studies. She also co-founded The Insta Edit, a workshop on how to leverage social media for your brand.
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Social Media Coordinator
Stephanie was born in Texas but raised in Providence since the age of two. After graduating from Rhode Island College in 2008 she began working in human services as a vocational coach for special needs high school students. Wanting to pursue her love of writing as a career, Stephanie earned her Master's Degree in Creative Writing from Full Sail University in 2016. She currently works as a freelance writer, editor, blogger, and social media consultant. In addition to writing, she is an expert in Providence restaurants, impractical trivia, and finding a parking spot downtown. Her dream is to write a script that gets made into a movie or Netflix show.
Kristin Zosa Puleo
Special Events Coordinator
A native Rhode Islander with an unabashed love for her tiny home state, Kristin has an MA in Art History, and a work history that ranges from line cook, to adjunct professor, to her current position in the special events department at Johnson & Wales University. Her passion lies in spreading love for the arts and all things Rhody.
Kristin lives in Exeter with her husband, two daughters (and future PVD Ladies), her dog, and two cats. In the summer, you'll find her at the beach. In the winter, you'll find her huddled by the fireplace because she hates the cold but refuses to leave this state, because that how we do it in RI. Year-round, you'll find her running through the streets of Exeter because that's how she keeps her sanity.