Board of Directors
President: Scott Jolley
Vice President: Jan Felix
Secretary: Karen Timothy
Treasurer: Brent Bell
Members of the Board
Celeste Bain Allen, Ken and Gloria Deyhle, Keith Johnson, Alfred Kessler, Randy Moore, Rob Moore, Alberto Puertas, Kurt Reintjes.
Advisory Board Members
Michael Bennett, Jake Cavanaugh, Lauritz Christensen, Jim Gulbrandsen, Paul Jeffries, David Kirkham, Tiffany Lorensen, Will Love, Natalie Mano Smart, Mark Morrise, Brian Murphy, Carol and Scott Nelson, Sean O’Brien, Darren Proulx, Andrew Smith, Marilyn Summerhays, Jeff Talley, Vicki Talmage.
Utah Office Staff
SLC Director of Operations
Laura worked in Educational Fields for 20 years, teaching youth, training teachers, and writing curriculum. She was President of a CA teacher’s union, a Lead Union Negotiator and a National Writing Project presenter. She was a fellow for Harvard’s “Project Zero,” an honoree for the Random House teacher of the millennium, and a consultant for Bay Area Science Integration. Despite this, her humanitarian trips to Russia, Fiji, Africa, and South America motivated her to focus all of her time on humanitarian work.
Terrylynn attended Olympus High School and graduated from the University of Utah. She received her Masters of Education from Phoenix University. She served an LDS mission in Peru and has lived twelve years in Bolivia, Mexico, and Peru doing charity work. Terry has worked with Andean Children’s Foundation, CHOICE, EMI, Chasqui Humanitarian and presently with Eagle Condor Humanitarian, with whom she is a co-founder. She enjoys leading Humanitarian Expeditions, which gives her the opportunity to serve, meet new people and explore new places. She is the proud mother of five children and two granddaughters. Currently, she teaches special education at a charter school. Her hobbies are photography and traveling.
Melissa (Missy) Webster
Melissa (Missy) was raised in Lehi, Utah. In high school, she was a cheerleader and played varsity basketball, softball, and tennis. While attending UVC Missy served on the executive committee for the Orem LDS Institute Student Council which served over 6,300 students. Missy fulfilled a Spanish speaking LDS mission in Houston, Texas, which is where she gained her love for the Latin people. During her mission she even sold her blood plasma each week to help buy food for those who were poor. Professionally, she is a licensed escrow officer and has worked in a variety of administrative positions. She has been very involved in her church, school, and community. She and her husband Roland have four very active children. She, her husband and their three oldest children have traveled to Peru on humanitarian expeditions, and Missy has has been on nine expeditions. Missy loves her work with Eagle Condor and is excited to be part of such a fast moving organization.