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Stefanee & Ted Chalfant
Ted and Stefanee Chalfant founded Little Lambs Foundation for Kids in July 2014 with the hope of helping children right in their own community. They currently call Nibley, Utah their home and they have three children. They love giving back to their community through service and believe life is all about being good and doing good for others. They find great importance in family, friends, and giving back to the community. 
Tiffany Elaine Chalfant
Director & Content Creator
Tiffany graduated from Utah State University with a Bachelor's Degree in Professional and Technical Writing, a minor in Multimedia Development, and a Master's Degree in Instructional Technology & Learning Sciences. She is an Instructional Designer & Grants Management Assistant at Bridgerland Technical College. Her roles include supporting faculty in the development and revision of course materials for Bridgerland's Machining Technology program. Additionally, she assists in writing and managing multiple grants awarded to the college, which includes adhering to the commitments made in the grant proposals and reporting on grant outcomes. Tiffany is also
an Instructional Design contractor for the National Institute for Jail Operations where she creates online corrections training that focuses on litigation prevention. In her free time she enjoys baking, hiking, traveling, and spending time with her family. 
Gay Moss
Director & Treasurer 

Gay Moss comes to Little Lambs with extensive leadership experience. She has served as President for the Sacramento and Bakersfield chapters of the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC), two years as a National Director and Chapter President of CREW Sacramento & CREW Network (Commercial Real Estate Women), and eight years as coordinator for a "Family to Family" community service program annual event. She serves as both Board Member and Book Keeper for Little Lambs Foundation for Kids.
Shauna Thorpe
Event Specialist & Director of Little Lambs Teen Ambassador Program

Shauna Thorpe, Salt Lake native, wears many hats. She is business co-owner with her husband Brad of IVC Services. She also works at Maple Springs Assisted Living as the activities coordinator. She’s held many leadership positions in her church and loves serving in her community and volunteering at her kid’s schools. She served as director of the youth 2000/youth council program at her kid’s elementary school and served many years with the PTA.
Shauna is the director of our teen ambassador program. She helps empower youth to create positive experiences through service projects, fundraisers, and education in support of the families we serve at Little Lambs. Shauna & her husband have 4 children & 4 (1 more on the way) grandchildren. They are her world! She loves boating, travel, hiking, reading, service, & interior design.
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Shelly Nazer

Shelly is an active volunteer in the community with a background in pediatric and emergency medicine. She grew up in Salt Lake City and has called many places home including Texas and Oregon. Shelly is a former foster youth who truly knows the value of the service Little Lambs provides. She cherishes time with family from lazy weekends to traveling or catching a theater show.
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Ronnette Fancher Anderson
Director & Business Outreach Specialist

Ronnette has always been an active volunteering when and where possible with the community. She has served on the Logan City Parking Board, on the Board of Directors for the Cache Humane Society, and is always  trying  to donate time, knowhow, and resources to as many local charitable groups as she can through her businesses. While Ronnette’s strengths stand out in purchasing and advertisement marketing with her businesses Logan Extermination and Anderson’s Seed & Garden, she is always willing to share that knowledge with others; Through these skills she hopes to help the Little Lambs foundation. Ronnette is a Mother of 4 and Married 28 years. She enjoys the company of her 2 dogs, landscape photography, music, riding her motorcycle, working in her yard,  traveling and relaxing on the beach.
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Julie Cook
Family Resource Advocate & Community Outreach Manager

Julie moved to Logan over 6 years ago with her husband after raising their 3 children and living in Sacramento, CA for over 40 years. They fell in love with Cache Valley's landscape and accessibility to the outdoors while visiting family one summer and chose to make the move shortly after. A few months later while looking for a place to volunteer, she met Ted & Stefanee and immediately wanted to be a part of the incredible community they had built. Julie has been married to Mike for 24 years and has 2 daughters, 1 son and 2 dogs. She participated on many parent association boards from elementary to high school and assisted with many fundraisers, events and school district meetings. She was the administrator for Sacramento United Soccer Club for over 8 years, fundraising, hosting large events, socials, certifications and board meetings. She was also directing or assisting in many national, regional and local competitive soccer tournaments, If she is not working or volunteering you will find her enjoying the outdoors, listening to music, baking, walking the dogs, reading, traveling, going on adventures and meeting new people and being with her 3 adult children, husband and family. 
Rebecca Ellis
AmeriCorps Vista
Diaper Bank Manager
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