Board of Directors
Staying on the move is often how Lizz’s family and friends define her characteristic, and keeping her mind and body active is essential which makes hiking, dancing and good conversation her daily choices.
As founder of Give Again, Lizz’s professional experience is diverse in design, content creation, writing, and administration. Combing that with her passion for sustainability and equality, Lizz can’t wait to see what can come when we define giving as gifts.
Highlighting diversity and giving a voice to all, Catia enjoys leading projects with passion and with a goal to educate. She recently created and led the Women’s History Month Commemoration events at Hill Air Force Base. Her passions have led her to pursue a Masters in Public Health which will give her the tools to continue to work with diverse populations. As much as Catia loves diversity in people, she loves in food. You will always find she is up to any adventure that ends in culinary exploration.
Finding his space outdoors in the warmth or cold, Dave enjoys alpine and nordic skiing, and hiking or biking around the trails of Northern Utah. Taking these activities a step further, Dave actively serves on the board for the Trails Foundation of Northern Utah and as an Ogden City Planning Commissioner. His past experiences is found in Colorado where he spent 33 years building his business, eventually selling, retiring and moving to Ogden in 2014.
When not practicing acupuncture and chiropractic medicine, Dr. Kim Graf’s go-to spot is outside surrounded by her garden with friends and family. As an active community member Dr. Graf frequently supports causes related to her field, such as serving on the Board for the Utah Chiropractic Physicians Association and volunteering for local rescue missions—or learning new fields and serving on the board for Ascent Credit Union.
Enjoying his retirement time in a comfy rocking chair, John appreciates the leisure moments after 27 years of employment with Weber State University (WSU). Finding spare time he serves as an Ascent Credit Union board member, playing grandad of the year, or visiting his former work place theater department at WSU. John is a proud Hoosier, with prior years in Montana and Michigan.
Caring and giving are at the centerfold of Suzan’s lifestyle. As a retired educator, she now spends her time teaching, supervising, and mentoring first year teachers from Weber State University. But tending to plants is another form of caring that might take priority, and if you visit, plan on leaving with a clipping. In addition, Suzan practices yoga daily and finds herself being drawn to the mountains.