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Gouya Zamani is the CEO of Cake Second Skin Jewelry. She is also the co-chair of Tahirih Justice Center Capital Expansion Campaign. Tahirih Justice Center
is a national non-profit that has served nearly 19,000 courageous individuals fleeing violence since 1997. After graduating from The Art Institute of Seattle she started her career in the fashion industry and launch REPORT shoes as fashion director and line builder at Topline corp. Her designs often resulted in some of the bestselling styles in the nation’s top retailers. She is also the former CEO and founder of OroNero and Gouya Shoes. She has extensive experience as an entrepreneur managing her company’s operations in The United States, China, Brazil and Italy. Gouya's companies have created private label designs for Nordstrom, Gap, Piperlime, Aldo and other key fashion houses in the US and Canada. She firmly believes that education is the only way to alleviate ignorance and all forms of prejudice. Her mission as a Baha'i and an activist is to inspire people of all religions to speak out and take action for the underprivileged children of the world.