For reasons not disclosed, Kate Kelly of the Ordain Women movement to protest equality and ordination of women in the LDS church, has decided to step down from leadership.
After two years of dedication, hard work, and passionate leadership, Kate Kelly has decided to move on from her leadership role with Ordain Women and has submitted her resignation from the executive board.
Since January of 2013, Kate Kelly has been an integral part of the Ordain Women movement. She was the catalyst and has served as one of our most recognizable voices. She has given her time and energy to help make this movement possible.
--OW Facebook pageWhether a new leader will be selected, or the group will continue it's protesting is not certain at this time.