Meet our Governing Board
Brad Hess, Board Member, Audit Committee Member
Brad is a local Certified Financial Planner and works with clients primarily on retirement planning and strategies. He earned a Bachelor’s Degree from Utah State University in 1999, and a Master’s Degree from Utah State University in 2002. He began work in the financial services industry in 1999 and opened a solo financial planning practice in January, 2011.
Brad has broad experience in business, entrepreneurship, and operations. He is also committed to serving in capacities that can help make make a difference in the day to day lives of others. He has served on many charitable boards and has helped streamline processes, solve challenges, and promote efficiencies to promote goal achievement.
Brad is committed to helping achieve the mission and goals of CCID! He believes that education can be both challenging and engaging when children have the opportunity to creatively learn, adapt and collaborate.
Contact Brad at [email protected]
Brittan Barker, Board Member, Evaluation Committee Chair, Board Membership Committee Member
Brittan is an involved, long-time CCID parent and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communicative Disorders and Deaf Education at Utah State University. She earned her Ph.D. in Hearing Science in 2006 and her M.S. in Cognitive Development in 1999, both from the University of Iowa. She has over 20 years of experience working with children (both with and without hearing loss) and their parents. Brittan is a disability rights advocate who is passionate about ensuring that every child has a right to an appropriate, individualized education. CCID shares this philosophy and is one of the reasons she and her family feel at home here. Brittan also loves spending time outside in the Utah mountains or being curled up on a comfy couch with a good book.
Contact Brittan at [email protected]
Marion Bishop, Board Member
Marion is a Emergency Medicine physician (MD, University of Utah). Prior to going to medical school she taught College English for eleven years and earned a PhD in English from New York University. She is a loves science but is also passionate about language and literature—and is particularly interested in the way studying science and the humanities can illuminate and broaden each other. Marion frequently writes about the practice of medicine, with her writing appearing in local and national publications. She is proud to call the Intermountain West her home.
Kacy Lundstrom, Board Member
Kacy is a parent and supporter of CCID. She is also an Academic Librarian at Utah State University. She has a background in education and spends a lot of her time working with students to help them think critically about information. Her work confirms her belief that people learn more when they care about the things they are learning about.
Kacy also loves Logan deeply and when she’s not working she’s enjoying her family and kayaking, eating good food, or watching superhero movies. Reading has been transformative in her life and she can’t say enough good things about Anne of Green Gables or A Separate Peace.
Contact Kacy at [email protected]
Mi'kel Price, Board Member
Colby Tofel-Grehl, Board Treasurer, Audit Committee Member, Evaluation Committee Member.
Contact Colby at [email protected]
Kyle Glass, Board Member
Kyle Glass is the owner of Leg Up Agency. A PR/Marketing Agency that he founded after 15 years of working in the consumer tech industry. His marketing experience focuses primarily in B2B custom installation consumer electronics, where he has worked with companies such as Sony, Bose and Samsung and many more over his career. However, he also has experience working with businesses including, law, not-for-profits, forensic accounting and even shoes.
He earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Public Relations in 2005, as well as graduate studies in the same field, until 2008 at Ball State University in Indiana.
Kyle is also a wartime Army veteran, having served in Bosnia and Herzegovina during ‘Operation Enduring Freedom’, and supported deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan in the early 2000’s. After six years of service, he departed the military as a sergeant (E-5) in pursuit of education and professional opportunities.
He transplanted in the Logan area in 2020 and believes that the opportunities provided in STEM-focused education, and particularly CCID, will be leg up for his son, a student at CCID, and our community.
Contact Kyle at [email protected].