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2230 N. University Parkway, Suite 9D
Provo, Utah 84604
(801) 900-4111 (office)
(855) 442-7888 (fax)
Sally Stanton strongly believes in the importance of adventure, exploration and service to others. She grew up in the town of Los Gatos, CA with fabulous parents and two hilarious brothers. She received her formal education at Harvard University where she received a B.A. in Government with a citation in Spanish, and spent summers studying in Mexico and Chile. As a competitive pole vaulter, she was captain of her college track and field team for two years, and still loves the sport. Her professional experience includes working in the non-profit sector as well as the corporate world, and she has traveled across the world from Africa, to the Arctic North, to South America. A major highlight in her life thus far was serving an LDS mission in Independence, MO.
Mary Dewey fell in love with humanitarian work as a child when her family went on a trip to Mexico. She went on her first official humanitarian trip to New Zealand just after graduating high school. Since then she has traveled to Bolivia, Peru, and Fiji as a trip leader for humanitarian expeditions. She has also been a volunteer for other organizations including Give Kids the World foundation in Orlando, Florida. Mary recently graduated from Brigham Young University in Latin American Studies and Communications. She is an artist in the realm of video and film and has worked for several television stations including BYUtv. Mary served an LDS mission in Mesa, Arizona and speaks fluent Spanish.
Assistant Program Manager
Dave Chalk grew up in sunny San Diego with supportive parents and three sisters. He has a deep love for baseball, culinary tourism, couchsurfing, and serving those around him. After serving a mission to the Salt Lake City, he attended and received a B.A. in Communications from Brigham Young University. His previous jobs have varied from working at the Make-A-Wish Foundation to the LDS Motion Picture Studio to being a bowling coach for a Special Olympian. His most recent travels took him to the 100th anniversary of the Calgary Stampede, driving from Salt Lake to Washington D.C., and exploring the food scene in Providence, Rhode Island. He recently celebrated his 10-year anniversary since being diagnosed with cancer, and is currently working on a Master’s degree in Mass Communication at BYU.