Working together to improve lives in Utah

The Aspen Magdalene Board is a working board made up of community and industry leaders and volunteers who believe we must do better in caring for Utah’s victims of human trafficking.

We kicked off with our first public event, a ‘lunch and learn.” on October 7, 2021.

Voluntary Board

Our voluntary Board of Directors each bring a unique perspective and expertise to Aspen House and are dedicated to serving and supporting victims and survivors in our community.

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Brandon Alberts

Business entrepreneur and eCommerce expert

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Pamela Atkinson

Vice-chair

Lifetime dedication to making a difference

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Gillian Bailey

Position

Gillian Bailey

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Danica Baird

Attorney

Human trafficking advocate

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Jamie Bustamante

Position

PhD in behavioral health

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Jana Christiansen

Board Fundraising

Lead and former schoolteacher

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Adrienne Egan

Board Secretary

BYU non-profit student

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Brittney Garcia

Position

Survivor and advocate

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Sandra Hollins

Utah house of representative

Licensed clinical social worker

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Lezlee Jensen

Board Treasure

Businesswoman

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Amy Leininger

Position

Business owner, entrepreneur and local business advocate

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Claire Mosby

Educator

Immigration specialist with experience across several non-profits

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Paul Murphy

Position

SLC media guru

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Petey McKnight

Board Chair

Mobile industry trailblazer

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Terry Palmer

Aspen House founder

State Director for PROTECT for 3 Strands Global

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Heidi Nelson

Position

Long-time charitable volunteer

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Ed Snoddy

27 years at Volunteers of America, Mental Health Officer for Salt Lake County

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Amy Spencer

Marketing

Marketing and design specialist