Still Not Asking For It
Ashley Love began tattooing in 2003 and is based out of Salt Lake City. She specializes in (and is very talented at) traditional style tattooing with feminist undertones. Still Not Asking For It is a flash event and fundraiser to raise awareness and visibility for sexual abuse and assault victims. Still Not Asking for it has hosted seven events (NYC, SLC, LA & DNV), and has raised about $95,000 for Joyful Heart Foundation, Take Back the Night 2018 and the Rape Recovery Center of Utah.
Utah Coalition Against Sexual Assault
Turner uses a data-centered approach to fund development and has lectured, spoken, and presented on the intersections between political engagement, donor cultivation, and digital organizing. Bitton is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals, Utah Nonprofits Association, Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management, and the Grant Professionals Association. Turner also serves on the Board of Directors of several organizations and is well-known for his commitment to community service. Turner lives in Ogden with his husband Chase and their two dogs Charley and Moose. Turner is the recipient of the Standard Examiner's 2015 Forty Under 40 Award and the Community Foundation of Utah's 2015 E-50 Award.
Utah Coalition Against Sexual Assault
Ms. Nubia Peña received her Juris Doctorate from the University of Utah S.J.
Quinney College of Law in May 2016. During that year, she was selected as one of 25
law students in the nation to be recognized and highlighted for her social justice activism
in the National Jurist, a leading news source in legal education. Ms. Peña has actively
sought to bring awareness to issues of violence and systemic oppression through her
personal and professional endeavors. She has a decade of experience assisting survivors
of domestic abuse, sexual assault, human trafficking, and violent crimes as a Law
Enforcement Victim Advocate. During her service as a systems based-advocate, Ms.
Pena facilitated community awareness, trainings, and coordinated assistance to
marginalized communities. Since 2007, Ms. Peña has been the Training and Prevention
Education Specialist at the Utah Coalition Against Sexual Assault (UCASA) where she
developed trainings on Dating Violence, Understanding Interpersonal Violence, Assisting
and Empowering Immigrant Survivors, Culturally Relevant Youth Advocacy, Human
Trafficking, and Social Justice as a Prevention Framework. She also travels nationally as
a Training Consultant bringing awareness to the intersections of trauma and the School-
to-Prison Pipeline, an epidemic that targets our most vulnerable youth by streamlining
them into the juvenile justice system. In addition, Ms. Pena is a member of the zealous
team at the Utah Juvenile Defender Attorneys where she advocates for youth rights
during detention and delinquency proceedings.
Preferred Pronouns: She, her, hers
Rape Recovery Center
Rape Recovery Center Morgan’s experience in sexual assault advocacy began in 2013 when she joined the Hospital Response Team as student at the University of Utah. Her passion for the work informed and expanded her academic pursuits, and she graduated with bachelors degrees in Gender Studies and Chemistry in 2015. Now overseeing the fundraising efforts of the Rape Recovery Center, she brings experience in nonprofit fundraising from the University of Utah’s development office that is guided by her community activism and dedication to supporting survivors.
Jordan‘s experience in sexual assault advocacy began almost a decade ago serving at local crisis hotlines and activist groups for queer youth. They are now studying bioethics with a focus on queer and trans people of color, and have done work both here at the University of Utah and at other institutions in implementing and advocating for quality improvement for queer and non-binary participants in clinical