Board Members

Terryl Warner

District 1

Terryl Warner is the director of victim services for the Cache County Attorney’s Office, a position she has held since 2004. Additionally, from 1996 to 2004, Warner served as the bilingual victim advocate for Cache County, where she assisted Spanish-speaking victims of crime.  Read Full Bio

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Terryl Warner

District 1

Spencer F. Stokes

District 2

Spencer F. Stokes graduated from Weber State University, majoring in Political Science and minoring in Communications.  Stokes served as a Weber County Commissioner from 1992–96. In 1996 he was appointed Executive Director of the Utah Republican Party.  Stokes is the President of Stokes Strategies, a political consulting and government relations firm.  Read Full Bio

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Spencer F. Stokes

District 2

Linda Hansen

District 3

Linda Hansen has spent more than 25 years as an advocate for children in education. She and her husband, Ben, are the parents of six children and grandparents of five. Because their two youngest sons have autism, she has a special love for children with disabilities. Read Full Bio

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Linda Hansen

District 3

Jennifer Graviet

District 4

Jennifer Graviet has been teaching junior high English and creative writing for over twenty years. With Bachelor of Arts degrees in both English and psychology and a Master of Arts degree in psychology, Graviet graduated summa cum laude in both her undergraduate and graduate degrees.  Read Full Bio

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Jennifer Graviet

District 4

Laura Belnap

District 5

Laura Collier Belnap received her degrees from Utah State University and Western Governor’s University.  She taught school in Logan, Utah and Loveland, Colorado where she was part of the state’s math advisory committee and also established a school wide program for grouping students by ability, not age.  Read Full Bio

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Laura Belnap

District 5

Brittney Cummins

District 6

Brittney Cummins graduated from Brigham Young University with a BS in Secondary Education: Biology. For the past several years she has been involved in education through her children and many volunteer opportunities. She is a member of the board of directors for a public charter school in West Valley City. Read Full Bio

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Brittney Cummins

District 6

Carol Lear

District 7

Carol Barlow Lear grew up in Salt Lake County and attended the University of Utah. Following graduation, she was a high school teacher for five years at Kearns High School. She then attended the University of Utah College of Law and graduated in 1982 — with a law degree and two sons.
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Carol Lear

District 7

Janet Cannon

District 8

Janet Cannon and her husband, Jeff, are parents of three beautiful girls and two handsome boys, all products of Utah Public Schools. As a mother of one intellectually-gifted and at the same time learning-disabled child, Janet has continually advocated for improvements within our system of public education. Her life-long mission is to be an advocate for children.  Read Full Bio

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Janet Cannon

District 8

Joel Wright

District 9

Joel Wright grew up in Logan and Provo attending Utah’s public schools.  He subsequently graduated from Brigham Young University and New York University, and is as an attorney at the law firm Kirton McConkie.  He and his wife, Marisa, are the parents of five young children, who attend district, charter and private schools. Read Full Bio

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Joel Wright

District 9

Kathleen Riebe

District 10

Kathleen Riebe is a Granite School District teacher. She graduated from Hofstra University with a double major in Elementary Education and Sociology. She received her Master’s and Administrative Certificate from Utah State University and an Educational Technology Endorsement from Southern State University. She taught outdoor education in New York, Georgia, New Jersey and Maine before making Utah her home. Read Full Bio

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Kathleen Riebe

District 10

Lisa Cummins

District 11

Lisa Cummins and her husband, Don, are the honored parents to five children, two of whom have graduated. They have lived in Utah for 22 years, with 11 years at their current home. As her children have attended public, charter, and home schools, she has experienced the pros and cons of all three and is excited to bring that diverse perspective to the board.  Read Full Bio

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Lisa Cummins

District 11

Alisa Ellis

District 12

Alisa Ellis and her husband have lived in the beautiful Heber valley for the last 14 years with their seven children.

Alisa was raised in Texas. She skipped her senior year of high school and began attending BYU at barely 17.  Read Full Bio

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Alisa Ellis

District 12

Scott Neilson

District 13

Scott B. Neilson is a public educator currently teaching in Nebo School District. He has taught middle school and high school for the past 11 years in both the Alpine and Nebo School Districts. Scott received a BS in secondary education from Utah Valley University, and a Master of Educational Administration and Leadership from Brigham Young University.  Read Full Bio

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Scott Neilson

District 13

Mark Huntsman

District 14

Mark Huntsman has lived for the past 34 years in Fillmore. He is employed as the senior vice president of operations at Sunrise Engineering, Inc., where he has also worked as regional manager and vice president. Mark currently serves as chairman of the Sunrise Engineering Board.  Read Full Bio

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Mark Huntsman

District 14

Michelle Boulter

District 15

Michelle Boulter is very active in various efforts to protect parental rights and local education control. In March of 2015, Michelle attended the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women where she became aware of national and international policies that are being created to undermine the natural rights of mothers and fathers.   Read Full Bio

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Michelle Boulter

District 15