Karen Reinhold, 2019-2020 President

Karen Reinhold, State Farm Insurance in Camp Verde, AZ

Karen loves being in a “helping profession” which is why she’s been a

State Farm Agent for over 30 years, with no intention of retiring. Insurance can

be complicated -- Karen knows that -- but she also believes that it doesn’t need to be difficult. Karen’s key to business is giving her clients her full attention and treating them like family. 

She takes the time to explain the insurance process so they can feel certain 

they understand what they have and how it works. Though paid to sell, 

she sees her job as one of education and problem-solving first. 

Karen works hard to make sure her clients know that they are valued, appreciated and,

most importantly, protected. Karen is a proud mom, supports many of our area’s

schools and charities, was a founding member of Professional Women’s Group,

past President of Sedona Professionals, current VP of NAWBO, and has won Best

of the Best Insurance Agency for the past 13 years.


Lori Harakal, Vice Pres. & Secretary

Lori Harakal, Co-Owner of Sedona Soul Spaces Interior Design

Lori, Allied ASID, is a partner in the Interior Design Firm, Sedona Soul Spaces. Lori’s love for design and architecture resulted in her obtaining a Bachelor’s Design in Interior Design from Wester Design Institute/John F. Kennedy University in San Francisco, CA.  Lori started her career by working at a Furniture Rental Company before going to work at a high-end Wholesale Furniture Showroom in San Francisco’s Design District. Moving to San Jose, she continued to work in the industry selling upholstery, furniture, window and floor coverings to hone her skills. 

All of these varied experiences have helped her realize her dream and allow her to be a successful Interior Designer by co-creating Sedona Soul Spaces 10 years ago. Sedona Soul Spaces is a full-service Interior Design firm that specializes in helping clients realize their ideal dream spaces. 

All living spaces: Interior, Exterior, Residential, and Commercial 

are the focus and are designed to the “Soul” of their clients.

Lori has a grown son, step daughter and 3 grandsons and lives in Cornville with her husband Mike on an acre of land with goats, chickens, 4 dogs, 2 cats, 2 cockatiels. You can often find Lori outside enjoying her animals and property. She also loves to travel, hike, read, bake 

and sings as a Soprano in the Verde Valley Voices choir. Lori also volunteers 

with community minded organizations such as The Giving Angels.


Dev Ross, Program Chair

Dev Ross, Writer, Director, Performer

Award-winning screenwriter, children’s television writer, and children’s book author Dev Ross has been writing and performing for adults and children for over thirty years. She has received the following awards - The Action in Children’s Television Award, the Dramalogue Award

for Best New Musical Children’s Play, an Emmy for her writing work at Disney, 

and the prestigious Humanitas Award for excellence in screenwriting. 

Dev has written family films and television for Disney, ABC, FOX, Universal, TLC, 

The Discovery Channel, AG Interactive, Scholastic, HIT Entertainment, and PBS. She’s written over a dozen published children’s books for the WE BOTH READ book series and 

worked extensively in story development for Fonda Films. 

Dev was Artistic Director, writer, actor for the Emmy Award Winning Twelfth Night Repertory Company, a tri-city educational touring theatre, Artistic Director and actor for the Educational Theater Company (ETC), an educational touring theatrical company targeting youth at risk. 

Dev also wrote and performed on the Emmy winning PBS children’s TV series TNRC Presents, toured extensively across the United States doing Theatre for Young Audiences

Locally Dev is the co-founder of Sedona Youth Theatre and half of the “The Two Lucys” along with her creative partner Shondra Jepperson writing, producing and starring in original murder mysteries and their original musicals Hot Flashes On the Trail, and Horse Tales & Cowboy Trails.


Shondra Jepperson, Past President & Marketing Chair

Shondra Jepperson, Singer, Songwriter, Actor, Coach, Producer. 

is an Alumni of the Juilliard School of Drama with 42 years in the entertainment business. Along with leads in comedic, dramatic. musical theatre and voice over work for radio & television,

 she has performed her own concerts in showrooms in Reno, Las Vegas and throughout so. California, including on popular cruise ships and Sea World.

She is an award winning songwriter composer who's music video, "Greed Incorporated" is a six time nominee in film & music festivals around the world. Her songwriting credits include, her own CDs, musicals Hot Flashes on the Trail, Horse Tales & Cowboy Trails, Delta Dental’s, T

he Mouth Project, theme songs for Cancervive’s Gilda Radner Award show Laugh for Life, 

Keep Sedona Beautiful, Walking Free Against Sex Trafficking and The Humane Society. 

Shondra is half of the entertainment team Tom & Shondra, "The Two Lucys" along with her creative partner Dev Ross, (who she also founded Sedona Youth Theatre with), and one of the three Dynamite Divas. She's also a voice, acting and stage performance coach whose students 

have won scholarships to drama conservatories, singing contests and pageants. 

Besides NAWBO, she currently serves on three other Boards ~ Jack Jamesen Memorial Sculpture Park, Sedona Historical Society and Sisterhood Connection Foundation. Her community awards include 2018 Woman of the Year  Award, Arizona Foundation's 2017 Community Collaborator of the Year Award, NAWBO 2017 Community Involvement Award, PWG’s 2012 You Make a Difference Award, 2012 Good Morning Sedona Special Achievement Award and the prestigious AZ Foundation’s 2013 Spirit of Sedona Award Business Benefactor of the Year. 


Angela Lozano, Treasurer

Angie Lozano, Owner & Founder of Angies House

Angie is a Verde Valley native with a BA in Accounting from NAU, spent several years 

working in the field until landing her dream job as Chief Financial Officer 

for several high-end luxury resort corporations. 

An unexpected layoff in 2000 prompted a 180-degree career change.  As a frugal entrepreneur, she had purchased numerous rental properties and initially planned to become a landlord full time. However, there was a huge need for affordable housing 

and the need was unmet in the community. 

Angie created Angie’s House in 2000 and began transforming her rental properties into affordable housing for seniors, mentally ill, disabled, people in recovery, single moms, homeless and anyone in need of shelter. 4 years ago, she opened her own homeless shelter, the 1st pet friendly, coed homeless shelter in Northern Arizona. Angie’s House currently has 10 locations with 2 more in the works and collectively houses 125 plus individuals.

Angie views the opportunity to serve a population that would literally 

have no place to live as her passion. Angie’s House has had an incredible impact on the community and is proof one person can make a difference.