Co-Founders & Co-Directors of 100 Women Who Care Santa Fe:
Jody Feagan is the co-founder of 100 Women Who Care in both Santa Fe, New Mexico
and San Miguel de Allende, Mexico where the two combined have raised nearly $1
million dollars for local non-profits. Jody is founder and former director of the San Miguel
Writers Conference & Literary Festival in San Miguel de Allende. Since 2004, she
has co-produced dozens of WOOW writing workshops with her business partner
throughout the US and Mexico. Jody currently works as Project Manager and is the
Director of Women’s Initiatives for an expat consulting company, helping women live
their best lives possible, wherever in the world that may be. She’s the mother of three
and a new grandmother.
Katie Rountree is a former radio personality and TV weather anchor for the NBC station. Currently she does voice-over recording for companies all over the world. She is the Director of Development for Performance Santa Fe. In 2012 she co-founded 100 Women Who Care in Santa Fe. She is also the co-founder of Santa Fe Women to Women, through which she and her business partner Jody Feagan produce monthly luncheons, weekend writers workshops, podcasts and an annual conference meant to inspire, enrich, entertain and connect women in Santa Fe and throughout the world. She is the mother of two and lives in Santa Fe, NM with her husband and dog Scout.
Co-Founders & Former Steering Committee Members:
Julee Coffman is a native New Mexican, residing in Santa Fe since 1980. For many years she pursued a career as a Veterinary Technician. She owned her own business, La Servilleta, for 10 years; raised two sons and was an active volunteer/trustee in their schools. She is now discovering her creativity through fiber arts and quilting.
Joan Murphy is recently retired from the New Mexico Department of Health where she was employed in Behavioral Health Services, Injury Prevention and Health Emergency Management. She currently volunteers on the New Mexico Medical Reserve Corp, New MexicoServes and is a former facilitator of the Santa Fe Survivors of Suicide. She has lived in Santa Fe since 1965. She has three grown children in Phoenix, Denver and Austin.
100+ Women Who Care was first started in Jackson, Michigan by Karen Dunigan in 2008. Her group of 100 women, at their first one hour meeting, raised $10,000 to buy 300 new baby cribs for an organization in their city. Since that time other cities throughout the country have formed groups.