Josh Daniels has a passion for education and educational models that empower parents. He works in the charter school sector helping shape public policy to ensure online schools in America are able to serve students. Josh is also a policy advisor for Libertas Institute where he has worked on a variety of government reform proposals including local government issues and school choice. Previously, Josh served as a senior aide to US Congressman Pete Olson in Houston TX and is also a combat veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom where he served as a Sergeant in the United State Marine Corps. Josh studied economics, business, and political science at Brigham Young University and has a J.D. from the University of Houston Law Center.
Alen is a life-long educator, with 19 years of progressive growth and leadership responsibilities within private and public education. Alen is passionate about having exponential, scalable hyper-growth impact on organizations and people, and in helping others find success in teaching and learning!
Alen graduated with a Master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Arizona State University, and an undergraduate degree in Secondary Education from the University of Oklahoma. Alen is a former History teacher, charter school administrator, curriculum and assessment director, and for the past 5 years has worked in the Education Technology sector (working with some of the largest school districts and consortia in the country on technology adoption projects and Blended Learning programs, including the UEN and USBE on the statewide adoption of Canvas LMS and Nearpod in K-12 schools/districts as part of the Digital Teaching and Learning initiative).
Alen (with his wife, Marilyn) are raising their family of 4 girls (ages 18 to 5) in Draper, UT. They love musicals, watching their daughters dance, sing, and cheer. They are also die-hard Oklahoma Sooner fans (a by-product of graduating from OU and marrying a Physics professor’s daughter), so you can generally find them cheering on a variety of Sooner sports teams. Boomer Sooner!
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Caleb has been working with adolescents in a variety of treatment settings including Wilderness, RTCs, and Therapeutic Boarding Schools for the past 15 years. After becoming licensed in recreational therapy and embracing the powerful effects of experiential therapy, he decided to expand his education and pursue a Masters in Business Administration. Since then he has had the opportunity to serve adolescents and their families in a variety of roles including Program Director, Marketing and Outreach Director, and Executive Director. This blend of therapeutic and administrative experience has provided Caleb a comprehensive perspective of the therapeutic process for struggling families across the entire continuum of care. Blessed with a wonderful wife and five delightful children, Caleb has personally witnessed the profound effect each individual can have within a family system. Caleb and his family enjoy living outside of their comfort zones and have had wonderful resilience-building experiences in the outdoors, on stage, and living abroad. Together they love to work hard, and play even harder.
Jarrett Webster strongly believes that education should be student driven and parent guided. In his own schooling, he learned the shortcomings of traditional education and has since been an advocate for educational disruption. Jarrett is also an entrepreneur and business owner. He is the Chief Operations Officer of Revity Marketing Agency in American Fork. His experience as a business owner and an employer has furthered his desire to prepare students for life and careers. Jarrett received a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Dixie State University and holds a Master of Science in Management from Liberty University.
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Jacey is an elected parent representative for Canyon Grove Academy. Her many years of working with children and their parents through instructing and running a self-owned dance studio, PTO President of 2 years at a nearby charter school, and other means has highlighted the need for children’s individualized learning. A mom of two elementary aged children herself, she has seen the benefits of Canyon Grove Academy’s approach to her own children’s education, attitude, and self confidence. Jacey also serves on the board of directors for Millie’s Princess Foundation as Race Director. Her efforts in planning and executing the Foundation’s largest fundraiser each year raises funds for local children battling cancer. The well-being of children is something that Jacey has always taken to heart, and she looks forward to assisting Canyon Grove Academy and its board of directors with moving the program forward.
Stay at home mom.
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