Janice Voshall holds a Development Project Management Certificate from the Monterey Institute of International Studies. Besides her work in A Room of Her Own’s Development Department, she is involved with fundraising for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. In 2010, she was involved in a local city council campaign in Laguna Hills, California where she searched public records for City Manager salary and compensation figures. Her activism work resulted in the exposure of some exorbitant expenditures, landing her a spot in OC Metro Magazine’s, 40 Under 40 annual issue. She is quoted as saying, “It is important for the public to have the information they need in order to make informed decisions when voting. A democracy needs citizen involvement, and I am happy when I can play a role in inspiring people to care about their local communities.” She’s thrilled to be involved in the upcoming retreat where other powerful women’s voices can be empowered.