Founder and Executive Director
As Founder and Executive Director of Sisters Circle, Heather Harvison is responsible for development and fundraising, board relations, communications and marketing, and overall strategic direction and leadership. Heather was named one of The Daily Record’s 2014 Top 100 Women; VIP List, Successful by 40; and up and comer on their list of influential Marylanders in Philanthropy. In 2016, she was honored with the Junior League’s Woman of Distinction Award. She was also featured on NBC’s Nightly News with Brian Williams and the Today Show, as well as Baltimore Magazine and The Baltimore Sun. Heather holds a Masters of Arts in Teaching from the Johns Hopkins University and a bachelor’s degree in communications with a concentration in public relations and advertising from Mary Baldwin College. She is a 2009 graduate of The Leadership program through the Greater Baltimore Committee.
Director of Graduate Support
Pamela Savage is a Maryland native committed to educational equity and access to the pursuit of high-quality, meaningful lives. Pamela has worked with middle and high school students, and has experience in college counseling and post-secondary planning, including an understanding of the college and financial aid process, organizing college visits and developing relationships with college representatives, developing and distributing a robust college and career curriculum, and advising first-generation college students during the transition from high school. Pamela has a master’s degree in social work from the University of Chicago, and a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
Director of High School Programs
Zara Cadoux works to engage and retain Sisters Circle students by developing student intervention and support plans, establishing partnerships with schools and community organizations, and increasing internship and summer job opportunities. She is a proud alumna of Americorps, and served all four of her terms in Baltimore, most recently with Playworks and Civic Works. In addition to her commitment to sustainable change in Baltimore, she is an organizer, coach, and competitive player of Ultimate Frisbee. Zara has a master’s degree in intercultural service, leadership and management from the SIT Institute in Vermont. She is a graduate of Vassar College.
Director of Middle School Programs
Stephanie Radday oversees weekly middle school programs, matches and supports seventh and eighth grade mentor-mentee matches, and coordinates monthly programs and summer camp placements for Sisters Circle. She is a former Baltimore County School teacher who specializes in literacy development. She has a master’s degree in education from Fordham University, a Reading Specialist certification from the University of Pittsburgh, and a bachelor’s degree in communications from LeMoyne College. .
Raven Williams designs and leads weekly after-school activities for 6th-8th grade girls focused on thriving in middle school and embarking on the high school choice process. She also serves as Site Supervisor for Sisters Circle’s Summer Leadership Institute. Raven is a former Baltimore City Schools teacher and proud alumna of Teach for America with a focus on Secondary English Literature. She has a Masters of Arts in Teaching from Johns Hopkins University and a bachelors degree in English from Bennett College for Women.