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She remains the winningest female beach volleyball player in history with wins. Currently, Walsh Jennings resides in Manhattan Beach with her husband and three children. On that date, Mallory Weggemann received an epidural injection to help treat back pain; however, by the time it was finished, she was forever changed. Complications with the procedure left the college freshman paralyzed from the belly-button down.
Weggemann has been a competitive swimmer since the age of seven. After her injury at the age of 18, Weggemann chose to return to the pool. In Aprilher older sister found an article in the local newspaper highlighting the Paralympic Swimming Trials for the Beijing Paralympic Games. Still coping with her new disability, Weggemann found one thing unchanged, her love for swimming. While attending the meet as a spectator with her sister, she met several of the US National Team coaches.
The following Monday, Weggemann returned to the pool and has been swimming ever since. She touts her Paralympic trials experience as life changing. Weggemann finished the meet with nine World Records. In Augustjust days after being reclassified at the Paralympic Games in London, Mallory showcased her amazing abilities by winning gold and setting a Paralympic Record in the 50m freestyle.
Mallory also anchored the bronze medal winning 4xm medley relay team, bringing USA back from fifth place to almost capturing gold! It has been deemed one of the most memorable moments of the London Games, and it inspired many across the world. Just under four months after becoming paralyzed Mallory was back in the pool, with her eyes on Gold at the Paralympic Games.
Having achieved that goal, she decided it was time to chase her ultimate dream, to walk again. For years, this was something that was deemed impossible, but a new possibility arose and in order to achieve her goal, Mallory reached out to the public to ask for their support through a crowd funding Indiegogo campaign. In order to accomplish this dream Mallory worked very closely with Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN to learn how to use her customized leg braces with the assistance of forearm crutches.
Currently, Weggemann just returned home from the the Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and competed in an unprecedented seven individual events, while representing Team USA in her second Paralympic Games this past September. In addition, Mallory is actively building upon her career outside of the pool as a highly sought-after motivational speaker, writing and other public appearances around the world. Mallory is currently publishing her work monthly for the Huffington Post on various motivational, inspirational and leadership topics and heavily involved in disability advocacy efforts on Capitol Hill, as well as serving as a board member on Delta Airlines Disability Advisory Board.
Mallory is also being featured in The Current, a documentary produced by Make A Hero, a non-profit organization focused on inspiring individuals with disabilities to enjoy the freedom of adaptive sports. He began skateboarding at 12 years old and by 23 was volunteering as a mentor to troubled youth in a juvenile detention center teaching life lessons through skateboarding. Next Up empowers underprivileged youth by connecting them to education through skateboarding and creating opportunity for success never before imagined.
Today the organization has served over 15, participants and is growing. She regularly teaches graduate courses in program evaluation and positive developmental science, trains graduate students in evaluation science, and evaluates youth development programs trying to make a meaningful difference in the lives of young people. Over the past 15 years, Dr.
Berry has directed more than 75 program evaluations across a range of content areas e. These evaluations have been designed to drive organizational improvement, identify critical conditions for success, and track optimal youth outcomes over time. More recently, she has partnered with LAUSD and the LA84 Foundation to evaluate the middle school sports program in LAUSD to understand the impact of high-quality school-based youth sports programs as well as how and why youth outcomes emerge during sports participation.
Berry and her colleagues have disseminated their evaluations broadly. She has published over 75 technical evaluation reports, published peer-reviewed articles in leading evaluation journals American Journal of Evaluation and New Directions for Evaluation and youth development journals Journal of Early Adolescenceand presented her findings annually at scientific and practitioner conferences.
In this capacity, Dr. Berry worked to ensure that evaluations across the state were useful, feasible, and promote continuous quality improvement. In her spare time Sarah likes to play basketball, attend sporting events, hang out with her friends, shop for the latest sneakers, and volunteer in her community.
Sarah has a knack for putting the needs of others in front of her own desires, which guides her in wanting to have a career in Public Service. YALLA combines the promise of education and the passion of soccer to inspire refugee and immigrant youth to achieve a college education.
Originally from London, Sarah is an experienced and proven leader in the nonprofit sector, specializing in working for Community Arts Programs in urban areas. She brings more than 20 years of experience in technology, philanthropy and higher education, most recently setting up and running her own brand marketing business. Sam Polk is the co-founder and CEO of Everytable, a social enterprise that sells fresh, healthy grab-and-go meals affordable for all, and founder of Groceryships, a Los Angeles non-profit working at the intersection of poverty and obesity.
Prior to becoming a social entrepreneur, Sam was a hedge fund trader on Wall Street. The award-winning work of UXE puts it in elite company amongst the boutique production firms in entertainment and sports.
Their latest project, Let It Play: He has two other daughters Brittany and Erin. She is responsible for approximately employees ensuring they deliver best in class customer experience, productivity and performance management through employee engagement and a focus on leadership behaviors. Celebrating her 6-year anniversary with PayPal in November of with prior leadership in sales and marketing.
She has completed her Marketing certification at Harvard University. Denise Birdwell believes through an inclusive collaborative process with a shared vision and the students at the center of each decision we make as a school community, we can drive the highest levels of student achievement. The inclusive and collaborative process she embraces includes students, parents, families, all staff, business and community members.
Birdwell's breadth of expertise ranges from educational law to curriculum to finance.
She is well versed across the educational organization and has received numerous awards including: He is responsible for all administrative and operational functions at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport. He is also an Accredited Airport Executive A. He and his family reside in Gilbert, AZ. In his most recent position, Bricker served as a consultant helping hospitals around the country develop strategies and improve their operations. He has served in a number of leadership roles in community organizations, including board positions with the Sandy City Chamber of Commerce, the East Valley Partnership, the Sandy City Utah Chamber of Commerce and with an independent K-8 school.
He has also been involved with the United Way of Utah and has led healthy community initiatives in partnership with local service organizations, community leaders, and residents. Jerry and his wife, Sheila, reside in Chandler. Doreen has been working in the economic development field for over 14 years. Her Master of Science research focused on youth services. Her current research interest is in youth culture and technology.
The following spring, his role expanded to Assistant Principal and in the spring ofhe was named principal of Payne Junior High School. In the spring ofhe was selected to the position of Director of Secondary Education and inwas named Assistant Superintendent of Secondary Education.
In his current position he is responsible for supervising seven junior high schools, six high schools and two alternative schools totaling over 21, students.
During this time, he also received his doctorate of education from Arizona State University. Hunter has taught Seminary and Institute for twenty-six years. His family is of Pioneer Heritage all the way back to Scotland.
He served a mission in the Philippines Cebu Mission.
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Before becoming a seminary teacher, he was an open pit copper miner in Silver City, New Mexico. He is married to Catherine Freese. They have 6 children and 4 grandchildren.
He has served in many ward and stake callings. He and Sister Hunter are currently ordinance workers at the Mesa Temple. They love traveling and spending lots of time with the grandkids! Brother Hunter enjoys tennis, bike riding, the yo-yo and playing classical guitar. Killian is the founding partner and senior broker of Sunny Mesa Realty, a family owned property management and real estate company. He is a managing partner in family ranching and farming operations in Arizona and New Mexico and serves on the advisory board for Northern Trust Bank Arizona Board of Directors.
In addition to his fourteen years of service in the state legislature, Mr. Among his many accomplishments, Mr. Killian served as Speaker of the Arizona House of Representatives for four years. Killian is a graduate of Arizona State University, where he received his degree in Business Administration and specialization in real estate and urban planning.