Meet our team of experts.
With a variety of professional backgrounds, including private business executives in and outside of Park City, financial professionals, civic leaders, and community activists, our Board of Directors ensure that Park City Community Foundation remains a well-governed, fiscally sound and highly effective organization. Thank you to our past Board Members.
John D. Cumming, Board Emeritus & Founder
Chair, American Investment Company and Powdr Corp.
Bradley Olch, Founder
Park City Mayor, 1990-2002
President, WareITis Technologies, LLC, Archive America Inc., Seaboard Warehouse Terminals, and National Brands, Inc.
Founder, Leadership Park City and Former Park City Planner
Board of Directors
Back Row: Courtney Caplan, Michael Ruzek, Franklin Morton, Jack Mueller, Peter Vitulli, Robert La Forgia, Karen Marriott, Mark Lemons
Front Row: Bob Richer, Syd Reed, Whitney Olch Bishop, Beano Solomon, Cathy Hill, Kristi Terzian Cumming, Diane Foster, Sarah Hall, Tom Raffa
Courtney has had roots in Park City since 1999, when she moved to town after college to teach skiing for the National Ability Center, later writing grants for the organization. She is currently a Board Member of EATS (Eat Awesome Things at School), a Park City nonprofit advocating for school food reform and enhanced nutrition education through school gardens and cooking classes. With a background in marketing and membership management for organizations including Sundance Institute/Sundance Film Festival and the Park City Chamber/Bureau, as well as a London, UK nonprofit that matches senior executives to assist with strategic planning for other small non-profits, Courtney is passionate about identifying a need and working collectively to address it.
After moving to London and then Hong Kong, she is thrilled to be back in Park City with her husband, Andrew, raising their young kids, Parker and Monroe.
Karen, her husband Greg, and their two children moved to Park City part-time in 2004 and became full-time residents in 2017, when they returned to the US after living in London for over 20 years. Karen graduated from Brown University with a degree in English and American Literature. She then received her JD from NYU School of Law and practiced intellectual property and anti-trust litigation in both New York and London. Upon retiring from practice, Karen dove into philanthropy. Her philanthropic involvement has ranged from serving as the Global VP of Philanthropy of Right to Play as well as a member of the organization’s International and US Boards of Directors, as well as several leadership roles at Brown University, including serving on the Board of Governors of the Alumni Association, on the Women’s Leadership Council, Annual Fund Leadership Council, as Global Chair of the Alumni Interviewing Program and on several Campaign and Reunion committees. In addition to serving on the Board of Park City Community Foundation, she is a Women’s Giving Fund member and serves on the Solomon Fund Advisory Committee and Development Committee. Karen still can’t believe she is lucky enough to call Park City home. She can usually be found taking advantage of the great outdoors – hiking on the trails with her dog, Frankie, riding her bike or enjoying bluebird days on the slopes.
J. Taylor Crandall
J is a founding Managing Partner of Oak Hill Capital Partners where he has been affiliated with the firm and its predecessors since 1986. Prior to joining Oak Hill, J was a Vice President with the First National Bank of Boston. He has also served as Chief Operating Officer of Keystone, Inc. (the primary investment vehicle for Robert M. Bass) playing key roles in nearly all of the major transactions in which Keystone has invested. J earned a B.A. degree, magna cum laude, from Bowdoin College, where he has served on the Board of Overseers. J also received an honorary doctorate in humane letters from Bowdoin College in 2010.
J currently serves on the Board of Directors of Berlin Packaging LLC, First Light, Hilltop Holdings, Omada, and Pulsant Limited. In addition, he’s served on numerous public and private company boards in the past, including serving as a director of American Skiing Company, Bell & Howell, Cincinnati Bell, Genpact Limited, Interstate Hotels and Resorts, Meristar Hospitality Corporation, Quaker State and Washington Mutual. He is currently the Secretary-Treasurer of the Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Foundation. Philanthropically, J is a Trustee of the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health, and currently serves on the Boards of the Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford, Park City Community Foundation, Powdr Corporation, and the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Team Foundation.
Kristi Terzian Cumming
Kristi currently serves as chair of the Community Foundation’s Board of Directors. She has been successful in founding and running local businesses including Primo’s Espresso and Copper Moose Farm. Kristi brings with her a long history of board experience including Athlete Rep., US Skiing Board of Directors, Deseret Foundation, Rowmark Advisory Board, Planned Parenthood Action Council, Alf Engen Ski Museum Board, University Hospital Foundation Board and Board Chair for the Park City Day School. As a member of the U.S Ski Team from 1984 – 1994, Kristi was on the World Championship Team in 1989 and 1992, and earned three U.S. National Championship titles. She earned a BA in Business Administration from the University of Utah.
Kristi and her family love living in Park City for all it has to offer. They enjoy skiing and all outdoor sports.
Anna Frachou, MBA, MA is the Director of Business Development at the University of Utah Health. Anna has 13 years of marketing, sales and management experience holding various leadership positions in the non-profit and health sector. This experience includes consulting for local and national organizations, such as The Lab Miami, Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund, The Center for Leadership Innovation, and Miami Dade College School of Business. Anna founded a Latino Youth Leadership Development Program, organized a Gulf Coast US Census Campaign, and started a Non-Profit Leadership Academy for Latinos in Louisiana.
Anna obtained a Master’s degree in International Business Administration from IE Business School in Madrid, Spain and a Master’s degree from Tulane University’s Roger Thayer Stone Center for Latin American Studies in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Anna currently serves on the board of the People’s Health Clinic and the Utah Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. Previously, she was part of the Mayor-Elect Task Force on Youth and Families, the Recovery School District Community Task Force, and a board member of the Second Harvest Food Bank. Anna has been recognized in various news articles and was awarded with the NFL Hispanic Heritage Leadership Award for her work with the Latino community. She is passionate about serving and creating opportunities for others in the community, especially those who are marginalized.
Steve is happily retired after a 30 year career in the Mortgage Banking business. He founded and served as CEO & COB of both National Pacific Mortgage and Pacific Republic Mortgage operating 36 offices in eight western states. His career also included serving as President of Pacific First Mortgage, Western Division President of Old Kent Mortgage and Western Division SVP of GMAC Mortgage. While in the business, Steve served on FNMA’s Western Region lender advisory board and the California Mortgage Banker’s board. He also served as chairperson of Cal State Long Beach’s school of business advisory board and is a past board member of the UCSB Foundation. He and his wife Deborah, along with their two sons Reid and Grant, now manage the Ginder Family Foundation which has donated in excess of $1.5 million to worthwhile charities in California and Utah. Steve received a BA in economics from UCSB and an MBA in finance from USC. He is also an avid sailor, skier, fly fisherman and struggling golfer!
Rebeca is a Park City native and a graduate of Park City High School class of 2014. She is the Program Manager for Bright Futures a program of Park City Education Foundation and is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Spanish Teaching with an ESL endorsement from the University of Utah as a first-generation college student. Rebeca’s passion for social change has guided her work in youth and community development for the past 4 years. Her goal is to make high school and college graduation a reality for all students, as she understands the challenges they confront. Rebeca’s parents emigrated to Park City 25-years-ago from Mexico before she was born speaking not one word of English. From a young age, Rebeca has been inspired and motivated by her parent’s quest for a better future and hard work. For the past two years, she has gathered data to show the effect of educational programs in the community that saw her grow. Rebeca calls the Park City community her home. For this work, she was recently named the recipient of the University of Utah’s Charles H. Monson Essay Prize. Rebeca is also a graduate of Leadership Park City Class 23. In 2014, she was awarded the MLK Jr. Youth Leadership Award in recognition for my leadership in promoting the principles of social justice. Finally, Rebeca is an active member of PC Unidos, serving our local community efforts in the areas such as education, health, social services, safety, housing, recreation, employment and legal advising. Prior to Bright Futures, she served as an AmeriCorps volunteer for two years under the Destination Graduation program to help bridge the gaps between high school and college by providing counseling and mentoring opportunities for students and their families.
Jody currently serves as the vice-chair of the Community Foundation’s Board of Directors, and co-chaired the Park City Women’s Giving Fund in 2013-2014 during its inaugural year. She also serves on the board of the United Jewish Federation of Utah and currently sits on the National Board of Jewish Federation of North America. She is a partner in a family owned commercial real estate and investment company now based in Arizona. Prior to moving to Park City, Jody was an officer of the Junior League of Fort Lauderdale, where she co-chaired the South Florida Women’s Business Conference, served as chair of the Architectural Search and Design Committee and Capital Campaign Committee for Temple Dor Dorim, Weston, Florida and was a member of their Executive board. Other board positions included the Nova Southeastern University Library, National Council of Jewish Women and Tucson Association of Child Care.
Jody and her husband now split their time between Park City and Tucson, Arizona. They enjoy skiing, traveling, golf, hiking and fly fishing.
Tom owns Metropolitan Corp and five local automobile dealerships in the Twin Cities, a place he has called home since childhood. Having run his own business for 40 years, Tom brings a wealth of practical experience to his board memberships and other volunteer activities. Currently, Tom serves on the board of Planned Parenthood, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota. Over the years, Tom has lent his sales and management expertise to a variety of community causes; past board memberships including: Minnesota Philanthropy Partners, Friends of the Hennepin County Library, Minneapolis Jewish Federation, Methodist Hospital Foundation, and Fraser School.
Tom and his wife Patricia live in Minneapolis full time and enjoy spending time at their home in Park City, Utah too. They have two children, Charles and Elizabeth, and four grandchildren.
Sarah Hall is an attorney, a pilot, and an active member of the Park City community. She is general counsel for Crescent Venture Investors, a private equity firm, headquartered in Silicon Valley, where Sarah lived prior to relocating full time to Park City in 2012. Previously, she worked at a Salt Lake City law firm where she focused on high net-worth estate planning which encompassed charitable giving as well as business, tax and succession planning. Valuing the Community Foundation’s leadership and commitment to Park City, she first served on its Governance and Education Committee prior to joining the Board of Directors. Sarah is an alumna of the Park City Leadership Program (class 24) that focused on a food waste diversion project which she continues to champion. She is currently the Vice Chair of the Park City Library Board, a Women’s Giving Fund member, Mountain Trails Foundation ambassador, a Park City Rotarian, and a Park City Planning Commissioner.
Sarah and her husband enjoy cheering on their alma mater (UCLA Bruins), flying, backcountry skiing, and mountain biking and raising their daughter and rescue dog.
Mindy, her husband John, and their three sons have called Park City home since 2006. Since moving to town, Mindy has been actively engaged with the Park City School District serving in many roles. For roughly 10 years, Mindy was a member of the Board of the Park City Education Foundation, serving on the Executive Committee for most of her tenure and was Vice President from 2016-2017. Previously, Mindy worked in the financial industry in New York, starting her career at European-American Bank. After a short stint on the corporate side, she returned to Foreign Exchange Sales at JP Morgan Bank and ended her career as a Principal at Morgan Stanley. Mindy holds a BA with Honors in Economics from Trinity College in Hartford, CT, having spent her junior year at The London School of Economics. In Park City, you will find Mindy on the tennis court, on the golf course, on the ski hill, hiking or biking our wonderful trails, in a yoga class, or home with a book.
Sean Kelleher is the President of Austin Atlantic Asset Management Co., an institutional investment management firm. He and his wife Margaux moved to Park City full time in 2014 after many years as part-timers. He spent the majority of his career working in New York in finance for firms such as Merrill Lynch, Deutsche Bank, and AllianceBernstein. Mr. Kelleher is also the developer of a sustainable residential real estate development in the Old Town neighborhood of Park City known as Echo Spur. Echo Spur uses a variety of building strategies to minimize the use of carbon-based energy and recycle water for household use. Mr. Kelleher is a graduate of the University of Virginia’s McIntire School of Commerce and is a member of its Alumni Advisory Board and a former board member of the Madison, NJ YMCA. He enjoys all that Park City has to offer, particularly its people and culture, as well as skiing, biking, golf, and hiking. He has three children and is a Chartered Financial Analyst.
Heather Koopman is a Program Manager for the Byrne Family Foundation Trust whose mission is to champion children’s education growth in Texas and Utah. Heather’s career spans over twenty years working in public relations and marketing. She was raised in Dallas, froze at Ithaca College for four years, thawed out in Los Angeles for almost 20 years, and now calls Park City home. Heather and her husband, Michael and their two kids, Sam and Kate were drawn to the outdoor lifestyle that Park City has to offer. Heather currently serves on the board of the Park City Education Foundation as well as the Solomon Fund grants committee. She has previously served on the board and scholarship committee of Sandpipers, a 100% volunteer organization in Hermosa Beach, CA that is dedicated to serving the needs of the entire South Bay community through a variety of charitable & philanthropic programs. She is also proud of her volunteer work with 826LA’s English Learner Camp which helped 120 low-income students refine their English language skills through creative writing.
Mark C. Lemons
Mark is a trustee of The Lemons Foundation. His main goal is to help children & families in need. Previously, he started a development company and built custom homes in West Los Angeles. Prior to that, he was part of his family’s construction business. He attended Prep School in Connecticut and went on to Major in Psychology at Curry College in Milton Massachusetts.
Mark and his family currently live in Park City and feel moving here was one of the best decisions they’ve ever made.
Karen has been actively involved in the Park City community since she moved to Park City in the fall of 1997. Her service, time and commitments have been primarily focused on her children’s schools, her church and nonprofit organizations. She is an active member of the Park City Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints serving in positions that have included hosting quarterly activities for her congregation, creating weekly activities for young women ages 12-18, and teaching adult and children’s classes on Sundays. Karen founded and chaired PC Teen Foundation, a nonprofit 501(c)3 which helps build teen leadership skills and creates monthly clean teen events for high school aged students in the Park City community. She is also a supporter and sponsor of Rising Star Outreach (RSO), a nonprofit which supports leprosy affected communities in Southern India. In addition, she is a founder and current board member of the Marriott Daughter’s Foundation which supports national and international nonprofits.
Karen graduated from UCLA with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology. She is married to Nathan Rafferty and has 3 children: Kendall Blake (at BYU), Sydney Blake (at CSU) and Sam Rafferty (at Park City Day School). She loves to be in the outdoors, travel, and create memorable events which bring people together.
Franklin L. Morton
Franklin serves as a Director and Investment Committee member of the Golden Apple Foundation, which fosters excellence in teaching. Additionally, he is Chairman of the Investment Committee at the Northeast Illinois Council of Boy Scouts of America where he has received a District Award and Council President’s Award. Other board positions include director and shareholder at Credo Capital Management, LLC., trustee at Diocesan Foundation and trustee at Northfield, Illinois Police Pension Plan. Professionally, Franklin worked for more than 15 years as Senior Vice President, Director of Research, Investment Committee member and shareholder at Ariel Investments, LLC. based in Chicago, IL. Prior to that, he worked as Vice President of Research at Alex Brown, Inc. Franklin received a BA in Political Science at Middlebury College and an MBA from Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia.
Franklin splits his time between his homes in Chicago and Park City. He and his family enjoy skiing, snowshoeing, golfing, biking and hiking.
Jack has been with the Community Foundation since 2009, and served as chair of the board of directors from 2014-2018. He works at Deer Valley Resort in both the winter (ski host) and summer (mountain bike crew). Before moving to Park City in 2007, he was a Managing Director at Morgan Stanley with over 20 years experience in a variety of roles – Institutional Equities manager, Director of Equity Research (Europe and subsequently the US), and Regional Manager in Private Wealth Management. Prior to Morgan Stanley, Jack worked at Smith Barney as an Institutional Equity Salesman in New York. He has a BA in Accounting from University of Notre Dame and an MBA in Finance from Columbia University. An alumnus of the Park City Leadership Program, he also sits on a few local Boards.
Jack and his wife are active around the community and hobbies include photography and all sports.
Whitney Olch Bishop
Whitney is a native Utahn, born and raised in Park City. A desire to share her love for the unique community and lifestyle offered by her hometown, led Whitney to a career in real estate. During her successful 12-year career in real estate, Whitney’s work has ranged from short sales and bank owned properties, to golf course communities, collaboration with top local builders, and luxury condominium sales. Since 2011, she has proudly partnered with Shane Herbert, perpetually one of the top Realtors in Utah. Prior to her career in real estate, Whitney worked in public relations in Los Angeles. Whitney is equally passionate about serving the people of Park City in a wide variety of capacities. She currently serves on the Board of Directors for KPCW, the local radio station and as the Board Chair of Sotheby’s Cares the donor advised fund for Summit Sotheby’s International Realty, which has given away more than $250,000 to local not-for-profits since its inception in 2011.
Whitney and her husband George are raising their two young children, Blythe and Tucker in Park City. Whitney received a Bachelor of Arts in Art History from Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut.
Kevin T. Parker is the CEO and Chairman of the Board of HireVue Inc., a Salt Lake City based developer of digital video and analytics solutions for building and coaching the world’s best teams. Kevin also serves as a senior advisor to Bridge Growth Partners, LLC and serves as a member of the board of directors of Plex Systems, Aptos, Intermedia and Salient CRGT.
Kevin’s career includes senior leadership positions at Polycom, Deltek, PeopleSoft and Toshiba. He holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Clarkson University and served on its board of trustees from 2005 to 2015.
Kevin, his wife Annie and daughter Kate moved to Park City in 2013 and are active outdoor enthusiasts.
Tom is the Founder and Managing Partner of Raffa, which he established specifically to service the needs of the nonprofit community. During his more than 38-year career, Tom has provided accounting, auditing, tax services and business consulting to the nonprofit sector, conducting studies on management structure, internal and operational controls, and management information systems. As a graduate of Georgetown University and member of the Georgetown University Alumnae Admissions Program, Tom has served as a mentor at the Georgetown University McDonough Business School for almost three decades.
Bob is a former Summit County Commissioner. Prior to his election as County Commissioner, Bob was a member of the Park City Council. He has led numerous civic groups including the Park City Rotary Club, The Egyptian Theatre, KPCW and Mountainlands Community Housing Trust. Bob has been honored to receive the Community Leadership Award recognizing excellence in sustained community service and the Park City Chamber of Commerce Spirit of Hospitality Award for his dedication to the community. Bob is the President of Richer Development Services Inc., a real estate firm specializing in condominium and land development. Bob is a past president of the Park City Board of Realtors and has been honored by his peers multiple times as the Board Salesperson of the Year and Realtor of the Year.
Bob and his wife, Susan, reside in the Snyderville Basin and enjoy all Park City has to offer. Bob received his BA degree from Emory University and studied law at Washington University School of Law.
Mike works for Graystone Consulting, a business of Morgan Stanley. Mike is very active in his community having served on numerous non-profit boards over the past 13 years. He is also currently involved with the National Ability Center. Past board of director positions include Park City Friends of Animals, Summit County Open Space Committee, Park Silly Sunday Market, The Speedy Foundation, the United Way of Salt Lake and Summit County Advisory Board. He received his BS from the University of Utah and Executive Education at the Wharton School. Mike and his family try to take advantage of all that Park City has to offer including skiing, mountain biking, and fly fishing. In his spare time he tracks buoys in the Pacific to predict winter storms in the Wasatch.
After graduating from college in 2002 with a degree in Customs Administration, Maureen came to the United States on a work and travel program from Costa Rica. She discovered Park City after watching the 2002 Olympics and decided it would be a great place to expand her horizons. Her professional work includes medical coding and billing, childcare provider, and now Office Manager at Mountain Top Physical Therapy. Her civic enthusiasm and commitment to Park City is boundless. Maureen has served as an interpreter for the People’s Health Clinic, is an active participant with McPolin’s PTO, volunteers at the Christian Center and Holy Cross Ministries, and assists in Peace House support groups. She is also active in addressing local issues involving the Latino community. Maureen has one daughter who attends McPolin Elementary School.
Stephen R. Sloan
Stephen is a shareholder in the law firm of Van Cott, Bagley, Cornwall & McCarthy and a member of the firm’s Tax, Estate and Benefit Planning Practice Group. He is involved in the Utah community including “And Justice for All” Leadership Committee, University of Utah Planned Giving Committee, Primary Children’s Medical Center Planned Gifts Committee, United Way of Utah and Utah Food Bank. Stephen was selected by his peers and listed in Utah Business Magazine as one of Utah’s Legal Elite in the area of Wills, Trusts and Estates Law for 2007 to 2011. He is also listed in The Best Lawyers in America 2011, in the areas of Trusts and Estates and maintains an AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review. Stephen received his JD from the S.J.Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah and BA in Accounting from the University of Utah.
Beano has been in Park City for 15 years. Being in the midst of cancer treatment, she saw the need and funded the feasibility study for what is now Park City Hospital. As a philanthropist, her goal is to make change in her own community, supporting Park City Institute and the new Peoples Health Clinic as well as furnishing and funding its expansion from three to five days of week, She also is a champion for the LGBTQ community and has supported a myriad of causes locally and nationally.
Recently, her attention has turned to the underserved children in Summit County and is dreaming even bigger through the Solomon Fund. Beano holds a BA in economics and an MEd in elementary education and has one grown daughter.
Peter Vitulli is operating partner at MTS Health Investors. Mr. Vitulli has over 35 years of experience within the consumer products and healthcare industries in both large corporations and entrepreneurial-stage companies. He served as President and CEO of DNA Diagnostics Center, the world’s largest provider of private DNA tests. Peter has served as President and CEO of Sciona, Inc., a pioneering personal genetics company offering customized health and wellness solutions and as President and CEO for Amerifit Nutrition, Inc., a nutritional supplement company focused on women’s health. Earlier in his career, Mr. Vitulli managed start-up enterprises for various investor groups and was a general manager of the $1 billion North American Gatorade business for the former Quaker Oats Company. He holds an MBA from New York University’s Leonard N. Stern School of Business and a BA from College of the Holy Cross.
Peter and his wife Lauren live full time in Park City.