CHair person of Board of Directors
Bill Aho is an American businessman who is a partner with the SagePoint Group, a management consulting firm. He is the former CEO of the movie-filtering company ClearPlay. He received his B.A. from the University of Minnesota Duluth and an MBA from the Brigham Young University Marriott School of Management in 1983. He began his career in brand management at Procter & Gamble. He later spent nine years with PepsiCo. He also served as Senior Vice President of Strategic Planning for Darden Restaurants and was instrumental in turning around the Red Lobster business. Mr. Aho has been featured in many publications, including The Wall Street Journal and Forbes, and he has appeared on many TV and radio broadcasts, such as MSNBC, Entertainment Tonight, PBS, ABC News, NPR, and more. In 2006 and 2007, Mr. Aho was named to the V100 as one of Utah's top entrepreneurs.
Treasurer of Board of Directors
Diego has worked with the Park City, UT, community for over 5 years running after-school and summer programs at the elementary schools and in that time connecting with local nonprofits including Big Brothers Big Sisters, the Christian Center of Park City, People's Health Clinic, Swaner EcoCenter, the Recycling Center, Summit Land Conservancy, among others. In this time, he has advocated for the Latino population, the underserved, and students in the Park City School District. He recently joined Park City Rotary and currently sits on the boards for EATS Park City and United Against Bullying Coalition. He also serves on the advisory boards for KPCW and the LiVe Well Center. Diego was born and raised in Peru where he attended the University of Lima studying business administration before transferring to the University of Utah in 2005 where he graduated from the David Eccles School of Business with an emphasis in marketing.
Member of Board of directors
Ms. Olson is an expert on family and business immigration law, representing individuals and entities in the areas of immigrant and non-immigrant visas, and dealing with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, the U.S. Department of State, and the U.S. Department of Labor. Ms. Olson began practicing immigration law in 1986 while a staff attorney at the International Institute of Minnesota. She also served as an Adjunct Professor with the William Mitchell College of Law and as Director of the Asylum Project on the Minnesota Lawyers International Human Rights Committee. From 1991 to 1997, Ms. Olson practiced immigration law with the firm McMurray, McMurray, Dale and Parkinson. In 1997, she joined Littlefield and Peterson, continuing to practice immigration law exclusively. In 2002, she and Arnold Gardner formed Gardner and Olson, PLLC, to assist individuals, educational institutions, corporations, and other business entities in the area of immigration law. Ms. Olson then opened her own firm from 2009 to 2012. In 2012, she joined Holy Cross Ministries as Co-Director, then became Director of Immigration until February 2015. In February 2015, Ms. Olson reopened her private firm, Law Office of Janice Radler Olson.
lyle Jordan parry
Member of Board of directors