Board of Directors President:  Scott Jolley, Vice Presidents: Jan Felix & Alberto Puertas, Secretary:  Karen Timothy, Treasurer:  Brent Bell

Members of the Board Celeste Bain Allen, Brent Bell, Jay Bosshardt, Ken and Gloria Deyhle, Jan Felix, Keith Johnson, Scott Jolley, Alfred Kessler, Randy Moore, Rob Moore, Alberto Puertas,  Kurt Reintjes, Karen Timothy
Advisory Board Members Michael Bennett, Jake Cavanaugh, Lauritz Christensen, Jim Gulbrandsen, Paul Jeffries, David Kirkham, Tiffany Lorensen, Will Love, Natalie Mano Smart, Mark Morrise, Brian Murphy, Carol and Scott Nelson, Sean O’BrienDarren Proulx, Andrew Smith, Marilyn Summerhays, Jeff Talley, Vicki Talmage.
ECH Peru Representatives: Carlos Tejeda, Yirka Roldon
Board of Directors
Celeste White Background Celeste Bain Allen Celeste lives in Draper, Utah and is the lovely mother of five children. Celeste’s first language is Spanish. She is a certified translator and she served an LDS mission in La Paz Bolivia. She is a graduate of Utah State University with a BA in Political Science, a Certificate International Relations with an emphasis in Latin American studies. Celeste has worked as a drug and gang prevention coordinator with Hispanic youth, and she also has volunteered as an evaluator for a prevention program aimed at young Hispanic women.
Brent White Background Brent Bell (Treasurer) Brent is a Certified Public Accountant whose accounting firm specializes in tax research, planning and compliance. He oversees companies’ tax situations and has clients in the retail, hospitality, manufacturing, real estate and nonprofit industries. He previously worked for an international accounting firm for over ten years. Brent has served as chairman of the Utah Association of Certified Public Accountants Tax Symposium committee for several years, has been on the advisory board of the Single Mom Foundation, and has been involved as a volunteer in the United Way and the March of Dimes. Brent and his wife Annette have four daughters ages 10 to 23.
Ken & Gloria Deyhle Ken and Gloria run the Deyhle Foundation: a family run humanitarian organization committed to promoting worldwide literacy. Their goal is to provide new textbooks, literature, and other teaching materials to the most impoverished areas of the world. As a family they have traveled to third world countries and experienced poverty firsthand. These experiences have inspired them to do everything they can to make a difference in the lives of the poorest citizens within these communities. Ken and Gloria are among the original founders of Eagle Condor Humanitarian and continue to serve to this day. 
Felix Jan White Background Jan Felix Jan earned his BS and MS degrees at BYU. He was drafted during the Vietnam War where he served at the Pentagon for two years. After which he worked for the LDS church educational system for 38 years with assignments throughout the continental US and Hawaii teaching seminary, in Institutes and coordinating church programs and operations. Currently Jan lives in Lehi, Utah with his lovely wife Becky, to whom he has been married for 39 years. His 5 children children have all served LDS missions.
Johnson Keith White Background Keith Johnson Keith graduate from Utah Technical College and has worked as a plumbing contractor since 1982. Keith served a mission in Ireland and is very active in scouting. He has been a Scout Master for the National Jamboree and is active now as Scout Master for Troop 1186. He has been happily married to Lauri for 37 years. They have six children and ten grandchildren with two more on the way. Keith among the original founders of Eagle Condor. He has traveled to Peru many times on expeditions and loves doing humanitarian work.
 scott jolley Scott Jolley, CPA Scott has over 23 years of Medicare reimbursement experience in the healthcare industry working in a “big four” CPA firm, as the Controller for a chain of healthcare providers, and as founder and principal of Pinnacle Healthcare Consulting. As a CPA and business owner, Scott provides sound guidance and wisdom to all ECH projects and programs.
Alfred Kessler Al is our resident renaissance man. He was born in Buffalo, New York and grew up in Indianapolis, Indiana. He received his BS in Chemical Engineering at Purdue and a Real Estate Development degree from the University of Pennsylvania. Al owns and manages rental properties and investments in the SLC area, he also works as an Inner City Project Missionary. In the past, he served a service mission in Peru, and worked with the Boy Scouts as a leader and trainer for 25 years. He and his wife, Ann, have raised six children and currently have 15 grandchildren. 
Maxfield Brad White Background Brad Maxfield Brad has been involved in humanitarian work since 1998 when he first traveled to Urubamba, Peru with the Andean Children’s Foundation. He was first drawn to Peru to visit Machu Picchu, but while there he fell in love with humanitarian work.  Later, Brad served on the Board of Directors for the ACF organization as it went through a name change to Chasqui Humanitarian.  He has traveled to Peru and Bolivia over ten times since his first experience in South America. Brad is fluent in Spanish, which he learned while living in Uruguay in 1981-1982. He is an original founder of Eagle Condor, and, as such, has been involved in the program since 2004. 
Moore Randy White Background Randy Moore Randy resides in Sandy, Utah with his wife, Robyn, and their five children. He has been working in the real estate industry for over 35 years. His experience includes commercial and real estate marketing, and overseeing the progress and construction of dozens of housing developments along the Wasatch Front. Randy is a Utah Contractor and Utah Real Estate Broker and attended the University of Utah. He has been actively involved in the Utah Home Builders Association and Utah Board of Realtors.
Moore Rob White Background Rob Moore Rob received a BA degree from the University of Utah in accounting and is currently the VP of Coldwell Banker Commercial. Rob is known as “that guy” who can solve difficult challenges with creative and innovative ideas. He has many years of experience in putting together successful and exciting projects from the ground up. Rob’s experience and professionalism make him a trusted colleague, friend, father, and humanitarian.
alberto Alberto Puertas Alberto works as a career and academic advisor for students at Brigham Young University. Additionally, he mentors BYU student interns and humanitarians who work abroad for ECH. He has presented workshops and seminars in the United States, Canada, and South America. In his presentations and daily work, Alberto emphasizes the relationship between meaning, spirituality, and career development. He also stresses the benefits and challenges globalization presents to vocational guidance in the international arena to this new millennium. Alberto served as the National Career Development Association (NCDA) International Career Issues Committee Chairperson, and he was a member of the Board of Directors for NCDA. In his current position with NCDA, Alberto serves as the Latin America Director.  In his free time Alberto enjoys soccer, reading, good cuisine, and spending time with his family and friends.
Karen White Background Karen Timothy Karen attended Brigham Young University (BYU) and spent a semester studying abroad in Israel through one of the University’s programs. She has run her own business, Faux Techniques, since 2001. In 2011 she participated with Koins for Kenya in building the Tingey School of Gona through fundraising in the U.S. and helped teach English vocabulary in Kenyan village schools. She is the mother of four children and grandmother of six. She recently published her first children’s book, “Marvin the Malcontent Monster,” and is currently working on “The Middle of a Miracle,” which will tell how the children in her hometown of Kaysville helped provide a school for children in Kenya through small and simple acts of selflessness.
 boardmember_Jay Bosshardt Jay Bosshardt is from Redmond, Utah, about 150 miles from SLC. Jay was one of the original partners of Redmond Minerals, a salt and clay mining operation in Central Utah.  Jay attended Snow College and BYU, graduating in 1975 with a degree in accounting. He also got an elementary teaching certificate and taught school for a couple of years, until his family persuaded him to return and help them with the business. There isn’t a job at Redmond that he didn’t get to do many times, but most of his time was spent maintaining the accounting records and supplying useful financial information to the board of directors and officers of the company.  The Bosshardt Family has always been generous with their time and means to help those who are less fortunate. Their focus more defined after reading “Working toward Zion”. The Bosshardt family, through Redmond Minerals, has worked with a number of NGO’s and Jay has personally been on expeditions with many including Eagle Condor.

Utah Office Staff

Laura Chabries
SLC Director of Operations Laura worked in Educational Fields for 20 years, teaching youth, training teachers, and writing curriculum. She was President of a CA teacher’s union, a Lead Union Negotiator and a National Writing Project presenter. She was a fellow for Harvard’s “Project Zero,” an honoree for the Random House teacher of the millennium, and a consultant for Bay Area Science Integration. Despite this, her humanitarian trips to Russia, Fiji, Africa, and South America motivated her to focus all of her time on humanitarian work.  Terrylynn Figueroa Project Director

Figeroa Terry White Background

Terrylynn attended Olympus High School and graduated from the University of Utah. She received her Masters of Education from Phoenix University. She served an LDS mission in Peru and has lived twelve years in Bolivia, Mexico, and Peru doing charity work. Terry has worked with Andean Children’s Foundation, CHOICE, EMI, Chasqui Humanitarian and presently with Eagle Condor Humanitarian, with whom she is a co-founder. She enjoys leading Humanitarian Expeditions, which gives her the opportunity to serve, meet new people and explore new places. She is the proud mother of five children and two granddaughters. Currently, she teaches special education at a charter school. Her hobbies are photography and traveling.

Melissa (Missy) Webster Melissa (Missy) was raised in Lehi, Utah. In high school, she was a cheerleader and playemissyd    varsity basketball, softball, and  tennis. While attending UVC Missy served on the executive  committee for the Orem LDS Institute Student Council which served over 6,300 students. Missy  fulfilled a Spanish speaking LDS mission in Houston, Texas, which is where she gained her love for the Latin  people.  During her mission she even sold her blood plasma each week to help buy food  for those who were poor.  Professionally, she is a licensed escrow officer and has worked in a variety  of administrative positions.  She has been very involved in her church, school, and community.  She  and her husband Roland have four very active children. She, her husband and their three oldest children have  traveled to Peru on humanitarian expeditions, and Missy has has been on nine expeditions.  Missy loves her work with Eagle Condor and is excited to be part of such a fast moving organization.