roger (DELL) FULLER
Born and raised in La Jolla, sports and the ocean were large influences. Graduating from Principia College, Dell was a Navy pilot followed by a flying career with Western and Delta. In life-long community service, he served on the PC Board of Adjustments, as Chair of the PC Parks and Recreation Board, as a founder of the PC Arts Council and PC Film Series. As a Hope Alliance volunteer for 10 years, he has led many international expeditions and currently serves as Board Chair.
LanGdon "Don" owen
Don is a transactional lawyer with the law firm of Cohne Kinghorn in Salt Lake City. He has practiced since 1977 in areas such as tax planning, business transactions, health care law, and nonprofit organizations. His first expedition with Hope Alliance was in 2002 (Iquitos, Peru) with his wife Ann and two of his four children. Don has served on the Hope Alliance board since 2004 and currently serves as the Board Secretary.
Corrie moved to Utah in 1999 and fell in love with the mountains. She has an MBA from Penn State, a 20-year business management career, and has served as Summit County Treasurer since 2011. She was previously the Treasurer for the People’s Health Clinic, and is the past president and current treasurer of the Park City Rotary Club. Corrie and her husband Scott have a blended family of six kids and love finding new adventures together.
Brett is a student at the University of Utah School of Medicine working to become Hope Alliance’s newest doctor. He has participated in two expeditions to Guatemala which were so inspiring that he is now focusing on global health within his medical degree to integrate the practice into his future career.
SCOTT FARRELL, OD
Scott, an optometric physician, spent most of his life raising his family in California while practicing optometry with Kaiser Healthcare. He then lived in central and South America for 6 years. His current practice with Utah Partners for Health in Salt Lake City allows him to continue his real passion, running his 6 international free clinics around the world. Dr. Farrell brings a variety of experiences and valuable expertise to the board both as optometrist and humanitarian.
John Hanrahan, MD
John is a happy father of 2 and happy husband of Maura for 33 years. After leaving family medicine to co-found Hope Alliance, he has led dozens of volunteer groups on international humanitarian expeditions. John then co-founded People’s Health Clinic and served as its Medical Director until 2021. He has served with Hope Alliance and PHC since 1999, served on the Summit County Council, and is past District Governor of the Utah Rotary.
Dalia is the Clinic Coordinator for People’s Health Clinic. In her role, she provides clinic leadership and support for all clinic staff, volunteers and helps facilitate patient assistance programs. Dalia grew up in Park City, UT, and was the first in her family to attend college. She received two bachelor of science degrees from the University of Utah. Dalia loves to serve and give back to her community, especially the youth and uninsured residents.
After retiring, Kym’s path intersected with a joy-filled, but poor, unhealthy, and illiterate group of Haitians. Wanting to make a sustainable difference, she reached out to Hope Alliance founders for guidance resulting in the creation of Hope Alliance Haiti. As its Director, Kym has continued to grow and learn the true humanitarian spirit of service within this organization and is honored to be a part of this best-of-the-best team.
Stacy is the chief administrative officer of Scientia Vascular, a medical device company in Salt Lake City. In addition to serving on the Kellermann Foundation and Hope Alliance boards, she is a member of Park City Sunrise Rotary. Stacy first volunteered in Uganda in 2012 and loves to serve the people of Uganda through the Hope Alliance vision projects.
Peter and his wife Mary have been full time residents of Park City for 16
years. Prior to moving here, Peter was Treasurer and then President and Vice Chair of Keystone Helicopter Corporation, an aero-medical services and helicopter maintenance business in Pennsylvania employing approximately 350 people. Since moving to Park City, he has been significantly involved first with
Recycle Utah where he was treasurer for about 5 years and then with the Park City Rotary Club. He was their treasurer for approximately 5 years as well.