Brenda grew up back east including New York, New Jersey and Toronto, Canada. She earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Science from the University of Utah. Her early career was spent in Healthcare Administration. For two years she ran the Gifted Program and taught Computer classes at Rose Springs Elementary. Currently, she is a Community Manager with Aspect Foundation International Student Exchange.
She was a founding board member of Excelsior Academy and is currently the President of the Stansbury Park Community Association. She has been married to husband Mike for 20 years and has five daughters including 2 sets of twins. She loves to cook, listen to music, and travel.
Clint earned a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of Utah and spent five years as an Information Technology Project Manager for the Utah State Office of Education. He is a published author and is currently a CTE instructor for Tooele County School District.
Clint is fluent in Russian and loves history, space and old-school technology. He wrote a book about ghost towns and has dabbled in film making. He is a contributor of feature stories for the Tooele Transcript Bulletin and its magazines.
Clint is married to Meadow and they have 6 kids– one with high functioning autism. You can usually find the family combing the Great Salt Lake beaches or exploring abandoned places.
Corrie earned an undergraduate degree from Utah State University and holds a Master’s in Public Administration from the University of Utah. Her professional career in social work began 20 years ago, and since then she has held a variety of positions working with youth and their families including treatment foster care, family preservation, and therapeutic group homes.
The majority of her career has been spent in the administration of private residential treatment programs where she has focused on program development, marketing, training and staff development, compliance, and certification. Corrie is currently the Academic Director of a private residential treatment center treating teenage girls experiencing difficulties pertaining to trauma, depression, and anxiety.
She and her husband, Brad, moved to Stansbury Park in 2009 with their four children. She enjoys cooking, gardening, running with her dog, and anything outdoors.